After much delay I’ve now uploaded a collaboration from a few months ago, which was the documentation of Sam Kastin’s A Play for the Garage.
We discussed the filming of the play beforehand and were in agreement that it should attempt to capture the rawness and awkwardness of the live event, which was achieved by using Lars von Trier’s Dogme ’95 manifesto as a reference point. Editing was kept loose with a focus on the gesture, time and space as opposed to a flowing narrative structure.
You can view it here now. I hope you enjoy it + feel free to leave comments on the vimeo page.