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WILDsound Film Festival
April 2008 Video and Moderation

WILDsound Film Festival APRIL 2008 Video
Q&A Feedback Videos of all the films that screened

Moderated by Film Producer
JOHN GILLESPIE



WATCH THE INDIVIDUAL MODERATIONS OF ALL THE FILMS THAT SCREENED

Falling Down, Wildsound Feedback Film FestivalFalling Down
Drama
U.S., 15 min.
A Lucky Strike, Wildsound Feedback Film Festival A Lucky Strike
War
CAN, 8 min.
The Sad Story of Knave, Wildsound Feedback Film FestivalThe Sad Story of Knave
Animation
France, 6 min.
Tell us the Truth Josephine, Wildsound Feedback Film FestivalTell us the Truth Josephine
Experimental
CAN, 15 min.
Just a Slice, Wildsound Feedback Film Festival Just a Slice
Comedy
US, 11 min.

Alpha Male, Wildsound Feedback Film Festival Alpha Male
Comedy
CAN, 12 min.
The Calender, Wildsound Feedback Film Festival The Calender
Drama
CAN, 15 min.

Tom's Place, Wildsound Feedback Film Festival Tom's Place
Horror
US, 8 min.
Daddy Why, Wildsound Feedback Film FestivalDaddy Why?
Drama
CAN, 5 min.



AUDIENCE CHOICE WINNERS:

BEST FILM: DADDY WHY?

BEST OVERALL PERFORMANCES: ALPHA MALE

BEST MUSICAL SCORE: TELL US THE TRUTH JOSEPHINE

BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY: TELL US THE TRUTH JOSEPHHINE


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PRODUCER John Gillespie brought a terrific perspective when he Moderated the March 2008 WILDsound short film event.

One of the underlying themes for this month's event was EMOTIONAL ANGST! Relationships that turn into a twist of emotions that are hard to get out of. All the films presented were praised by the audience, and all of the films also brought indifference from the audience. It was definitely a polarizing evening

The comments that keep coming back from the audiences throughout the first year this festival about short film-making in general are two main points that most of the films screened didn't do, which was why they were selected:

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1) There should never be a lapse moment in a short film. Every second counts. And usually a main problem with many shorts is that they are too long and they need to be edited down. There's a lot of greatness in many shorts but there is too much dullness in between the magic. People seem to be either too close to their material or have a hard time cutting their baby.

2) Many short films have too many themes going on and/or the theme is too large for the short film medium. The cliche line of 'Keep it simple stupid' should be reminded when people try to tell grand epics. The more simple the story, the more grand your message comes across. Entertain the audience first and then your theme will be present.

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