Fly Filmmaking Challenge 2013
Directors Ben Andrews, Amy Enser, LuLu Gargiulo, Curtis Taylor scheduled to attend | May 27
2012 | 55 minutes
Inspired by works of art created by one of the 2012 Artist Trust Fellows, our four Fly Filmmakers (Ben Andrews, Amy Enser, Lulu Gargiulo, and Curtis Taylor) rose to the challenge with original films that were shot in neighborhoods across Seattle.
A Gift introduces Samuel Green, Washington State’s first poet laureate, whose poetry inspired The Only Time We Have. Samuel uses poetry to make sense of his life experiences as well as to better understand others.
Breathing in Wartime is a circular narrative that elides the transformation of an industrial district with the uncertain progress of its citizens.
Inspired by a goldfish while attending a Humanities Conference, Derek Sheffield crafted a poem based on duality and symbolism which strongly inspired Curtis Taylor’s Breathing in Wartime.
A glimpse into the world of Samantha Boshnack, an eclectic musician and diverse composer whose work provides the foundation for Ben Andrews’ The Three Stars.
What does it mean to be the last in a lineage? The Only Time We Have
explores the day in a life of an elderly man who reflects back on a sliver of time that changes the course of his life forever.
Jovino Santos Neto, the artist who inspired Lulu Gargiulo's Two Friends, details his journey through the transformative power of music, its link to nature, and the sounds that surround our everyday lives.
Amid an atmosphere of mounting cultural and economic tensions, an innocent stopover brings a elderly shop owner, a business man, and his wife together in an unexpected and powerful tale of prosperity, longevity and good fortune.
Two Friends is a day in the life of Bobby, a gregarious 80-year-old nursing home resident and his caregiver Solomon, a shy African immigrant. In this unlikely relationship, we see that there's more than one way to care for a friend.