Inspired by Edgar Allan Poe's "The Tell-tale Heart," the film begins soon after Trevor Smith has brutally murdered a man he knew well, only because he was irritated by the man's blue eye. He then heads out hastily to destroy evidence, but finds himself staring deep into a reflection of his own inner conscience. He finds his world collapsing around him, his senses playing tricks on him, and realizes he is being driven to insanity. Is there any way out for him?
Energy is all around us. Energy is where life is, where humans dwell and animals roam. Energy is colour, light, movement, breath, vision and music. "Energy" is what hobbyist filmmaker, V.H. Belvadi, was challenged to showcase in under two minutes. This is the result.
Filmed entirely with the Nikon D600.
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A dense, glorious deciduous forest ecoregion occupies a considerable portion of southern India. This region has long been known for its untouched natural beauty although that fact seems to be fading of late. Cyntheri (pronounced syn-'thæ-ri and often called "Cyntheri rocks") is one such region famous for its monsoon torrents, caved-in areas, large array of rock types and numerous indigenous, often unique, flora.
This brief video is meant to deliver a sense of what it feels to move through this particular region of forests, often accessible by four-wheelers, often only on foot. It is nature at its closest: friendly yet fearful, colorful yet predominantly green, inviting yet restricting.
This work was conceived, filmed and edited by V.H. Belvadi on a Nikon D600 with music composed by Derek Audette.