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May 19th, 2005  /  Category: School Projects, Videos  / 

This is was my 2005 entry into the Campus Moviefest Short Film Competition at the Georgia Institute of Technology. The competition allowed us one week to create a video with a maximum length of five minutes using the provided equipment: a digital camera and a macbook with editing software.

This was my first year participating in the campus moviefest competition.  Luckily, I made friends with a group of people who had made films the two years before I was in college, so I was able to jump on board and add input to a fairly structured group.  This is the first time the group entered the contest using the team name of Active Ignorance, which came about from a conversation between the director and myself.  In this movie we experimented with using a number of different animation techniques to tell smaller stories that were found on an imaginary website.  I was in charge of creating the flash animation, the confession website, and I helped with the concept and script.  This film turned out really well and helped build my interests in film and applying film techniques across media.

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