‘4 July’ is my first video work and my last work in Camberwell.
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My idea of making this short film is to observe how people interconnected with each other and even with society. Instead of expressing the tension and stress of this virus pandemic, I try to find a daily state of mind with a realistic perspective. The effect of time on everything is shown through slow shutter speed shots, slow-motion shots and time-lapse processing of different scenes. Dividing my video into two-part is my first idea, the first chapter is mainly taken in my room, as an opening scene. Director Jakob Rorvik’s short film My Friend Kills the Time Gave me a lot of inspiration in video construction and shooting techniques, because of the quarantine, the life of the actor in the short film may resonate with many people. Although I decided to cancel this section at the last moment for the integrity of the film, I am still glad to have thought about this section. My second chapter is mainly street scenes, shooting around the place where I live. I specially select some intersections, where vehicles and people meet each other and examine everything around me from a bystander’s perspective.
My previous works/prints please visit my Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/inaccessibleplace/