'Between You and Me' Filmed in Burst Mode|
Mike Pasini, The Imaging Resource
(Monday, July 3, 2006 - 11:39 EDT)
Boy meets girl. It took just two thousand stills from a Canon 20D but a digicam plays Cupid.
Filmmaker Patryk Rebisz's short film "Between You and Me" splices together over 2,000 stills taken in burst mode with a Canon 20D.
Rebisz describes the plot, "A young woman, snapping photographs in a big city, is attacked and loses her camera. The assault sparks the attention of a young man whose attempts to save her are in vain. In the end, her lost camera becomes his only clue to finding her."
The film won Best Experimental Film at the Triburton International Film Festival, Best Cinematography at the Gotham City International Film Festival, Best Short Film at the Vilnius Independent Film & Video Festival and in the Experimental Film category at Big Apple Film Festival.
Watch Between You and Me on YouTube.