Short Film: Emanation
Recently teamed up with a creative team of actors and filmmakers, most notably my friend and burgeoning artist
Roberto Jones, to create a short film. The film, styled in the tradition of French New Wave Cinema, depicts two lovers as their relationship evolves into something substantial though lacking communication. The film trails the production and dissolution of language, the non-verbal communication of intimacy, and the messy memories of post-break up. I wrote the script based on some suggestions from the director, forming a script that was actually also a poem. Check out the poem and video here:
Posted on April 27, 2014, in films, Poems, Poetry, Writing and tagged Charleston, Derek Berry, Emanation, New Wave Cinema, poem, poetry, Roberto Jones, spoken word, video, word salad, writing. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.