super8 | 8mm | 16mm

  1. directed & filmed by ROBERT FALDNER, produced by ROBERTA F. ENTERTAINMENT

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  2. La Gay Parade de 1977 en la Gran Manzana. Las imágenes desfilan tal como salieron de la cámara de super-8, filmadas a diversas cadencias.

    The 1977 Gay Parade at the Big Apple. The images flow as these came out from the super 8 camera, shot at different speeds.

    Music: The Trashmen, "Tube City".

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  3. midterm for my intro to film class. intended to create the mood of "anxiety".

    shot on the bolex on 16mm b/w reversal film.

    music by Rocket:

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  4. Today is Sarah's birthday.

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  5. above. + Adam Murfet & Jessie Oldfield.

    Level was created in collaboration with fashion label above. It features pieces from above's autumn/winter 2011 collection.


    In searching for the next step, a girl sees a sign: a simple beginning. She enters with a strong direction, but there is an undercurrent present, a want and desire in her for more. We are not only one mind, one piece, one body; instead endless connections and thoughts make up our workings.

    The girl finds herself in a beautiful mechanised environment, and she is struck by the flow and perfection of process. Grunting, binging, snickering and ringing – all the parts in the space move – clicking, bending, clashing, thumping – it doesn’t matter where we exist, repetition is always a constant presence. Despite appearing familiar, she realises no two moments are identical. The mechanism is beautiful, it's awkward and it's continuous – just like the girl’s need.

    She steps into the flow, and is propelled forward, immediately gaining momentum and light. There can be only true beauty in this chaos. She is alive, she is moving, thrust in to the fray, caught up in the breathing dimension, spun in to a synchronised movement, and lifted up.

    Suddenly, she pauses. A stillness and reflection settles in the scene. Breathless with a new sense of calm, a feeling of nothing, of openness, spreads across the scene. The girl is still, but inside nothing has truly stopped, and a sense of every moment being continuous, being connected, tingles through her. Just like a swing, like a mechanical part, the pause at the top is really about momentum, about that moment before the thrust begins again.

    Time is always moving, we are always building, growing into a taller wiser being. Sometimes it feels like we are part of a continuous machine, but the machine is beautiful and only leads to a better place. Everything is unfinished, we as humans are unfinished, all is above.


    Directors: Adam Murfet & Jessie Oldfield
    Above: Nyssa Marrow and Kerry Findlow
    Cinematographer: Edward Goldner
    Editor: Adam Murfet
    Colorist: CJ Dobson
    Sound Designer, Recorder: Dane Cody
    Camera Assistants: Josh Mckie & Alexander Brunacci
    Stills Photography, Titles: Jonas Marnell
    Lighting Technician: Brad Andrew
    Sound Mix: Clark Randerson
    Boom Operator: Jack Pender
    Choreography: Jessie Oldfield
    Stylist: Jade Leung
    Makeup: Helena Thomas
    Hair: Pipa K (Biba)
    Cast: Indianna, Holly, Courtenay, Amy, Kate, Jacqui, Monika and Penny
    Thank you: Ralph Keystone, Zange Oldfield, Natalie Arnull, Kodak, 64 Sutton Street, Ministry of Dance, Mnemonic Audio
    Music: Roll The Dice - Axee. Digitalis

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