Promotional art for my
short film and the mixed media shows we have planned in Brooklyn, Philly, and New Brunswick.
I Love to Hate Records is putting out a mixtape for my short film How Will We Cross the Seas? In light of the film’s themes and mixtape quality, we thought it’d be cool to distribute the film this way, too. Each tape will come with a digital download of the film, soundtrack, and extras.
Here’s a rough draft of the cover art. Let me know what you think!
we are fauna
What About Romance?
After kicking out her boyfriend, a teen-fiction romance writer is alone, broke, and faces eviction.
♥ Love Fest Creative Prompts ♥ Character: Mystery Person Location: Backseat of a Car Prop: Lost Piece of Jewelry
Our latest short film, commissioned for Love Fest 2013. Check it out if you like/relate to the following:
trying to live in NYC/Brooklyn as an artist
how goddamn impossible that is
if you ever had to kick out a significant other and pay double rent
you’ve lived in a car
specifically, “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together”
we are never ever getting back together
Poster for my new short film “What About Romance?”
After kicking out her boyfriend, a struggling teen romance writer is alone, broke, and faces eviction.
It’s showing at 3rd Ward on Feb 17 with seven other romcom shorts for LOVE FEST . Here’s the invite: http://www.facebook.com/events/471187656268095/?fref=ts
The way Love Fest, and the previous iteration SpookyFest, works is that each filmmaking team picks 4 prompts out of a hat that they have to use. Categories include prop, character, subgenre, formal trait, etc.
Our prompts were:
Prop - lost piece of jewelry Character - mystery person Location - backseat of a car Line of dialogue - “what about romance?”
Come check it out!
Just in time for the apocalypse blues, I’m posting a preview for my film “How Will We Cross the Seas?”. Just ‘Like’ the Facebook page and I’ll update it with the link and password tomorrow.
Click here for the Facebook page.
How Will We Cross the Seas? - Teaser from Shaun Seneviratne on Vimeo.
end of the world
“Last Chance For A Slow Dance”
A short film where two people walking in opposite directions are caught in an awkward dance on the street. This goes on for two minutes and reaches ridiculous heights.
Lee Berger, Emma Wiseman, and Ali Abidi. Sound by Ali Abidi. Written, produced, and directed by Shaun Seneviratne.
Shot on a Canon T2i with Zeiss 50mm using a Jag 35 Field Runner set-up. Audio with Tascam DR-100 and Sennheiser shotgun mic. Edited with Adobe Premiere Pro CS5.
Featuring the following music that I do not own but highly encourage purchasing (links below):
Birthmark - “Balloons” and “On Birthdays”
Joan of Arc - “Olivia Lost”
Euphone (feat. Tim Kinsella) - “Friend in Common”
last chance for a slow dance
joan of arc