Edgar Bergen was a ventriloquist who performed on the radio, which springs to mind only because the Third Wave Collective will be broadcasting their interactive filmmaking experience during their two-hour show on Phonic FM on Wednesday, June 10 between 2pm and 4pm, as they make a film in 90 minutes, and encourage others to do the same.
It is the Third Wave Collective’s hope to inspire the filmmaking talents, and imagination of all and sundry, and they hope by pushing the idea of making something quickly and without preparation, they can lure people into the filmmaking community.
It’s a method that seems to be working. There are 66 films already on the Third Wave Collective Vimeo site, and the flicks have been flicked through a number of festivals.
To find out more, listen to the show, take a gander at some of the films, and bear in mind their three credos:
1. All films must be created in the spirit of spontaneity -no scripts, no pre-production.
2. All films must be no longer than two minutes.
3. All films must be produced within 90 minutes -from the start of shooting to the end of editing.
posted by Cptn
â€¢ What’s the shortest time to make a film?
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