Having a film featured in the Two-Minute Film Festival at the Carnegie Museum of Art was an incredible thing for me; I was honestly proud to have it shown in the festival, and to have such an elite audience viewing my work.
However, I was not as pleased with the other films in the festival. They were, for the most part, pretentious, obtuse, and ridiculous. They were "art" films that were being avant garde and "artsy" for the sole sake of being "artsy". They accomplished nothing, told no stories, and had no real impact on the viewer.
This film, "Found Footage (Art House, Part Two)" was made as an answer to those films. It is intentionally slow, at times strange, and purposefully jumbled and difficult to parse. Unlike the films at that film festival, though, this one has a point: being "artsy" does not mean you are being genuinely artistic or creative.