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Making Meaning: 100 Clips & Stills from TV and Film

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Making Meaning: 100 Clips & Stills from TV and Film is a collection of time-based media examples that illustrate cinematic techniques that help convey meaning. Created as a teaching tool for time-based design courses, Making Meaning permits students to select clips based on visual interest, search for specific terms, watch an annotated timeline of the clip, and find cross-references to similar clips.  read more »

Crossword

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"Crossword" is a cinematic visualization of Alzheimer's disease achieved by exploring various digital and analog manipulations of printed typography. Using a stop-motion technique, I sequenced more than 2,000 still images to create a flowing cinematic experience.

The conceptual elements of confusion associated with this disease are accentuated by the soundtrack, which plays in reverse during the 'dream' sequence and seamlessly switches to forward play during the 'reality' section of the film.

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