On a trip to New York over the weekend I was tipped off by a friend to the Dance on Camera Shorts Program at the Film Society of Lincoln Center. I am a dance lover, but never knew about the emerging art of dance captured on film. That’s where the appeal of attending the program began.
There were 12 excellent films in the program, but one completely blew me away (and garnered the loudest applause from the packed audience). Boris Seewald’s short film, Momentum stole the show.
I was excited to find the film online and I am thrilled to be able to share it with you.
The film is 7 minutes of pure genius. It’s a great film creation, but the reason it excites me so much is the story it tells (and shows!) about how creativity can start from a moment as small and insignificant as picking up a tortilla chip. Really. Incredibly.
I hope I've peaked your interest, and hope you enjoy it as much as I did.
(I think you'll also enjoy seeing more of Boris Seewald’s work, which I was glad to experience.)