Barry Braverman has worked on a ton of projects for National Geographic, but most notably, behind-the-scenes films for Wes Anderson. His work as a cinematographer brought him to the University of Oklahoma to give a three hour workshop about HD and filmmaking.
At the end of his presentation we were divided into groups of six. We had 20 minutes to develop our idea, storyboard, and shoot the short. The restrictions were: use manual focus, only use close ups, no editing, must include the objects: eyelashes, glasses, and keys.
This was my groups final product. It's not very good. But that doesn't matter- it's interesting and it was fun to see people squirm because they were expecting the title to deliver..."Obstruction: This Time He's Out for Blood"