Environmental Films | Documentaries | Enviro Fiction
The Tell Tale Heart
The killer sitting in rocking chair. An old man, walking through the street, sees the killer stabbing a victim. The killer looks up and sees the old man running away.The killer writing a letter to the police signed T.T.H. The killer drives up to a house and enters.He searches the house. He stops at the last room and opens the door. He sees the old man sleeping and next to his bed a framed feather of a vulture. The killer enters the bedroom. The killer sitting next to the old man’s bed. The old man wakes up and gets stabbed. A policeman drives up to the old man’s house, he parks behind the killers car. The policeman explores the car on his way to the front door.
A eco-activist daughter, a mother and anthropocentric father, moving from the city to a small wooden cabin in the middle of nowhere, needs to learn how to live with each other, and discover a lot with-in.
This film was inspired by my research project Burnt Toast, and the mini series, BurntToast below.
A 5 part documentary series, Burnt Toast, about the relationship between humans, the film industry and climate change. This mini series include clips of the stop-motion animation, TRIO.
BurntToast is a documentary about the findings discovered with the academic dissertation also titled Burnt Toast, that uses environmental ethics theory and climate change realities to form a thorough investigation between the relationship of the film industry and climate change, mainly focusing on the filmmaking process and how it influences climate change. This report includes an examination of how climate change impacts the film industry: a series of interviews, with filmmakers all over the world, will give opinions and experiences around this subject. These interviews, that are used for the documentary's content, was used as data to support the research question and sub-questions. In conclusion, this research report aims to change the way filmmakers think and act towards saving our planet.
A story about the coffee crazy of today. This film was my first Production Design role.