Alfred Hitchcock's Rear Window, a Remix

I would walk into the classroom and sit there for hours working on my latest project. Sometimes I would miss my next class because I wouldn't hear the bells ring over the headphones... or my creative thoughts. I would sit in that chair and dream about how I could impact the world through video... how I could create emotion and be persuasive by meshing clips together. I love working with video. And I don't think that passion will ever go away. I took the day to rest yesterday and it proved to be rewarding as it freed my mind. It was like a cloud was lifted and I was dreaming and running harder than before. Now my mind is thinking about the possibilities and what I have been called to do. Today I know that all things are possible through Him and those hurdles are opportunities to grow stronger and run harder into that finish line.

Yesterday, I was reminded of my love for video and spent some time watching the videos that won at the film festival. Isaac and I occasionally watch Alfred Hitchcock movies and I can't tell you how many times we have seen Rear Window. The film below won in the remix category and if you have ever seen Rear Window, you will definitely understand what makes this video so amazing.


Rear Window Timelapse from Jeff Desom on Vimeo.