Directed by Sylvia Gabriel and Aiden Standke
A short experimental film examining the meaning of memory and perception of reality.
Camera Used: iPhone 5s
Sylvia Gabriel is a young filmmaker from Michigan who attends Community High School. She has taken part in the Ypsi-24 Hour Film Shootout, the Neutral Zone 24-Hour Teen Film Competition, the Michigan Theater Teen Camp, Ithaca Teen Film Camp, and The Neutral Zone’s video production workshop. Sylvia also likes to dance, write fiction, and study foreign languages.
Aiden Standke is young filmmaker and artist from Michigan who attends The Rudolf Steiner School of Ann Arbor. She has taken part in the Ypsi-24 Hour Film Shootout and the Neutral Zone 24-Hour Teen Film Competition. Aiden also enjoys many forms of visual and performing arts and is a black belt in karate.
Together they fill all the credits needed in order to make a film.
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