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The Patten Projects is a compilation of 23 video shorts by Grant Patten. The shorts in The Patten Projects are primarily works created by Patten during his time as an undergrad student in the Film Studies program at Ryerson University in Toronto, Canada, between 2003 and 2008. Patten is also the producer, director, writer and cinematographer of this 2009 film. The collection includes titles that focus on broad-ranging thoughts and ideas. The include: The Life of a Circuit Box in a Wall; Colors & Shapes; Memory Catalyst: Sound Version; Memory Catalyst: Paint/Scratch Version Two; The Doze; The Cowardly Camera; The Visual Literacy Challenge; Perspectives; Bob's Fate; Lament One; Lament Two; The Living Quarters of a Young Man; Double Exposure; DOC-U-MEN-TA-RY; The Bureau of Health; The Chaos Problem; The Storyteller; A Study of Wind Behavior; Visual Study; The Interactive Cinema; The (Rough) Date of My Death; Exploring Spaces: A Documentary Moment; and Documentation of Non-Synchronous Area.