"A visual essay on culture, history and the act of physical filmmaking used to recreate memories, myths and images." A Myth In Movements is a deeply personal film for me. It's about a lot of things. It's about riding the train in Chicago, which is how I get around. It's about the stasis of celluloid film. It's about the endurance of day-to-day life. It's about the horror of war. It's about dealing with a lost love. It's about the power of the image, when coupled with memories, ideas or thoughts. We create our own myths in this life. Here's a window into some of mine.
"Liberating film and video from a prehistoric value system" since 2011. This site was founded by Writer, Video Essayist and Webby Award Nominee Nelson Carvajal. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org