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"Collaging Film" is a series of shorts dating back to 2007. Published NY artist and writer, Stephen Mead, started out fairly bare-bones when beginning to make films, an experimentation which he considered a sort of folk art. Eventually Stephen transitioned from the use of subtitles in his work to creating his own mp3s for soundtracks and effects, finally interweaving actual footage amid paintings and digitized images in hopes of creating a more engaging experience for the viewer. As a Folk Artist, mainly using Windows Movie Maker, a program on most computers, Stephen enjoys the fact that most anyone can use this program to make films of their own. He also likes knowing that these films are "low-tech Independents", not subject to Studio Backing (!) and meant to be viewed on the small screens of televisions or computer monitors. Stephen feels this creates for a more intimate viewing experience that is perfect for the variety of themes found in his work. These themes range from AIDS, love, human rights, the environment, world hunger, global warming, to personal narratives of poetic license from figures such as Marilyn Monroe, Billie Holiday, Camille Claudel and Adele Hugo. "Collaging Film" collages life in all its facets. PLEASE NOTE: There is one minute of silence and a black screen following the short, "Marilyn's Escape Act". This minute of silence is to honor Marilyn Monroe. There is no need to adust your player, another short collage-film, "Marianne", will follow directly afterwards.moreless
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