Assignment #4

Tuesday, August 8, 2006

WHERE: Toronto

WHAT: Today, Daniel, you can only shoot footage within a one block radius of where you’re staying. Show us the neighbourhood. Interact with the locals. You must include this interaction in the video.

TECHNICAL RESTRICTION: Absolutely no tripod. Only existing sounds. No voiceovers. No text.

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Comment by Kelaine
2006-08-09 03:14:37

Don’t worry Canadians are friendly. Also, the pizza is better in Toronto than in Niagra.

I’m loving watching the assignments and the films. Number three was brilliant though the assignment was insanely difficult.

Comment by David
2006-08-09 06:11:50

Ah. My birthplace. The big T.O. The melting pot of Canada. The center of (according to Ontarians minds) the Canadian universe.

If you are actually in Toronto and not one of the suburbs, this will be rather interesting to watch and faily simple for you to accomplish. Otherwise…well…I guess shopping malls can be interesting too.

You seriously need to consider the AWOL thing.

2006-08-09 17:30:18

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Comment by Markus Sandy
2006-08-09 21:25:30

A very interesting view of the locals and the area you are staying in. You really found some colorful folks to interview.

Comment by Jonny Goldstein
2006-08-09 22:15:25

I liked that artist dude so much more when he was workin’ the French accent. The lure of the exotic…

2006-08-10 16:10:22

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Comment by Anthony
2006-08-15 00:19:40

Your videos are always visually beautiful to me. Here you found the beauty in the people too. You found interaction and good interviewing. You should us not only how they are beautiful outside but what they think, what they know, what they make, what they share, how they see and all those things are beautiful too.
I’d love to see more like this from you some time. Great!

2006-08-24 06:43:46

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