Shooting on Kodak 16mm 200T allowed Matthew Sterling to capture the vibe of Caitlyn Scarlett's Ornaments.
Shaelone 'San's Revenge' by Matthew Sterling
Matthew Sterling's video for Shaelone captures a dancer's performance in a variety of locations and on three different formats - Super 16mm, 8mm and VHS-C.
Sterling describes it as "an attempt to juxtapose a sense of fleetingness with the permanence of analogue recording formats". The overall effect, with the performance stitched together from these rich formats, is absorbing.
|Director of Photography||Jamie Harding|
|Focus Puller||Sam Finney|
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