Monthly Archives: November 2014

Something to Think About: “Too Many Cooks”

Over the weekend, Dan Bailey shared this video with me; it’s apparently the latest big internet meme. I found it enjoyable and well-made (especially in light of all the potential complications to making a short film we’ve discussed in Advanced Scriptwriting … Continue reading

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New Work: SuperSymmetry

SuperSymmetry from Wes Stitt on Vimeo.

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Ken Burns Discusses the “Ken Burns Effect”

On the road to school this morning, I listened to Ken Burns on WYPR’s “Maryland Morning” show. Host Sheilah Kast asked him about the “Ken Burns effect,” which she claimed to have only recently discovered while researching the segment. You … Continue reading

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Inspiration (sort of): “Three Tales: Dolly”

Steve Reich and Beryl Korot’s “Dolly.” How can something with so many good ideas in it be so bad? Perhaps it’s the reactionary religious tone?

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Spit Take

Outside today, reading film theory and smoking. Spitting on the ground serendipitously produced this little portrait of a man spitting.

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