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Film Threat magazine gives CHLOE 3 1/2 Stars! Check it out after the jump:
“Princeton Holt’s The 10 Commandments of Chloe plays out almost like a dream. Musician Chloe (Naama Kates) arrives in Nashville and begins the arduous task of finding a venue willing to give her a spot to perform. Along the way she meets Brandon (Jason Burkey), and the two strike up a friendship that may or may not be something more.
And, roughly, that’s the film. There’s a real naturalistic vibe to the camerawork, that floating style where we feel less like we’re watching a movie and more like we’re just omnisciently following the lives of our characters. What happens in the film isn’t overly dramatic, no huge tragedies befall Chloe or Brandon, the film just navigates their experience.
Which is a vibe that isn’t for everyone. I could see someone seeing this and thinking it’s a film where nothing happens. Well, things happen, and there is a progression made from opening to closing, but it’s more true to the way life works. Which is, we might have small evolutions, or small successes and failures, but it’s not always a resounding arc of character growth where Event A sets off Event and Catharsis B.”
I’ll admit that I really wanted to like this camera. As an independent digital filmmaker, I had not yet had the opportunity to do an underwater shoot until I had the opportunity to review the Kodak PlaySport Zx3. I had to really wrestle with the grade on this one because the video camera is far from perfect, but also possessed…
The Cisco Flip Mino HD is a excellent camera for under $200. For those looking for an HD solution to carry with them on a daily basis, the Flip Mino is the perfect solution. With Flip designed and third-party accessories, there is little limitation to what you can do.
Music and performance courtesy of Amanda Dove.
For the average user who wants to take their camcorder out of the box, just press one button to shoot, and not have to worry about setting any controls or even focusing the lens, the Panasonic HM-TA1 delivers excellent HD video with plenty of ease.
Robert Davenport was a classmate of mine at UCLA in Film School. He was an accomplished Screenwriter, Producer, Author, Veteran and much, much, more. On July 2, 2010 while practicing takeoffs and landings in a small Cessna, Robert Davenport died in a place crash when the engine failed. http://www.ktla.com/news/landing/ktla-santa-monica-plane-crash,0,5456008.story Some of Robert’s screenplays have won more awards than I have…