From Intimacy to Infinity:
exploring the role of interior in 3 short films
Keywords:Interior, Film, Spatial design
This paper discusses interior as a concept used as a motivating principal in a collaborative work between filmmakers and interior designers. This raised work substantial questions in relation to the role of ‘interior’ within each of the films made through the collaboration. Where and how was interior defined and located? What sort of interior relations existed within each of the screenplays? And how might these be represented relative to the various filmic instruments of camera, set, lighting, sound, etc?’
The paper describes and critiques the film-based operations and processes used by the three writer/directors, two interior designers, sound team and cinematographer in the production of interiors within the recent triptych of short films titled Motel.
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