“It’s Time”: A Cinematic Poem Showreel Short Film Directed By Mark Chisholm (2017)

“It’s Time” is a Cinematic Poem  Showreel Short Film Directed By Mark Chisholm.

Edited and Directed by: Mark Chisholm


Produced by: Brayden Weibe, Laura Burke and Garth Collins
Cinematography: Trevor Lang
Creative and Digital Production: Rick McBride
Sound by: Robert Duhaime and Kyle Hudin
Music by: Ryan Taubert

Production Company: Timelapse FIlm Media House

Narrated by: Laura Burke


“When you started out,
You said you’d never look back.
But you had no idea then
That you’d end up here.
How could something so small
Come to this;
You started a time spark
That became a wildfire.”

“While I was cutting this reel, I new something was missing. It such a powerful score which matched the visuals, but I felt like it needed something more. It just felt like I was listening to my favourite a bands songs but the instrumental version… So I hit up my sister and told her I needed some poetry. I needed a voice over for my reel, it was the last peice. The only direction I gave her was to use the visuals ( Fire, eyes, water, or whatever it was ) and create a feeling that was inspiring and true to our story as filmmakers behind “Timelapse”. The last piece of advice I gave her was to not fear the feeling of vulnerability when creating this. I knew she would overthink the project because she was nervous of what I might think of it… but that would kill all creativy, and her ideas would be limited. I told her to write anything that she loved and felt right to her. The result… Being the artistic human that she is, literally 5 hours later I got this recording. The slate was “take two” and she nailed it.”


Website: http://timelapsefilm.ca/


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