Wednesday, December 10, 2008

The Royal Film Commission, Amman, Jordan

An experimental short doc-film about the royal film commission.

9 comments:

Rami said...

The best Jordanian short film I have ever seen. It's about time we start making good short film.

Yousef Kawar said...

Rami, Thank you very much

mohammad said...

It's such a beautiful effort, beautiful image, and a very well done sound design. I truly loved this one mate ;-) and thank you loads for giving me a credit, I did nothing, really! keep up the great videos, i want to see more. you have all my support :)

Ahmad Humeid said...

There are two films in your short film. One is a really good documentation and showcasing of the house, with an experimental attitude and great sound.

That's the part I liked

The other is a rather tedious 'documentary' with someone talking for too long and no visual evidence about what is being talked about.

That's the part I didn't like.

What I'd like to see from you, yousef, is your visual and sound abilities employed to help tell a compelling story.

Keep up the good work :-)

Yousef Kawar said...

Thanks mohammad and Ahmad :)

Ahmad, its all about sounds and controlling images. Its not the people :)
You can read again the credits at the end.. MUSIC & video :)

Anees said...

Yo yo....









Very nice, indeed.








Not only music...



But also...







Multi talented Yousef Kawar...






Coming all the way from Salt, the city with yellowish lime stone..






Begins a transition period of Jordan's understanding of the world around...







Leading the way to the next whiskey bar...







The one and only...








Yousef kawar...






cheers..

Yousef Kawar said...

Anees my friendo, thank you very much.. yay :)

Saqf said...

I liked your work very much, but unfortunately, it was shadowed by the boring narration. You should mention that you didn't do that part.

Good luck with future works.

Yousef Kawar said...

Ahmad, thanks