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Moe Abbas ...
Man with Tie - Hitman ('Perspectives")
Gerry Amram ...
Aaron the editor ("The Cowardly Camera")
Lyndon Casey ...
Character (segment "Bob's Fate")
Chris Ciosk ...
Jacob's Friend (segment "The Bureau of Health") / The Photographer (segment "The Chaos Problem")
Cameron Davis ...
Raymond ('The Visual Literacy Challenge")
Aaron Duarte ...
Character ('Documentation of Non-Synchronous Area")
Nikolai Efimov ...
Narrator (segment "The Bureau of Health") (as Nikolai Beeby)
James Gallagher ...
Character (segment "Bob's Fate")
Alex Harrison ...
Character (segment "Memory Catalyst"), Ethan (segment "Perspectives")
Will Hofstetter ...
Randall ('The Visual Literacy Challenge")
Rory James ...
Character ('Bob's Fate") (as Rory Mule)
Gabe Kastner ...
Himself ('DOC-U-MEN-TA-RY") - Humbert Humbert ('The Storyteller")
James MacDonald ...
Jacob (segment "The Bureau of Health")
Daniel Montgomery ...
Brian the onlooker (segment "The Cowardly Camera")
Grant Patten ...
Investigator ('The Storyteller") / Paul the director ('The Cowardly Camera")
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Twenty-three short moving image projects that span a broad range of imaginative thoughts and ideas. These projects represent a significant portion of Grant Patten's creative output during his time as a university undergrad from 2003 to 2008. 1: The Life of a Circuit Box in a Wall - envisioning the mundane imaginatively; 2: Colors & Shapes - expression through color and shape; 3: Memory Catalyst: Sound Version - the common need for a visual impetus in accurate recollections; 4: Memory Catalyst: Paint/Scratch Version two; 5: The Doze - the illusion/reality dichotomy; 6: The Cowardly Camera - the personality of the camera. 7: The Visual Literacy Challenge - aiding in the treatment of a widespread ailment, visual illiteracy; 8: Perspectives - the cinematic notion of competing perspectives on the same event; 9: Bob's Fate - the script is about fate and the attempt to overcome it; 10: lament one - the conveyance of an atmosphere; 11: lament two - version two; 12: The Living Quarters of a ... Written by Anonymous

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CAD 5,000 (estimated)
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(RCA Sound System)

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(Black & White and Color)

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1.33 : 1
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