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Directed by
Kayleigh A. Myer, Brandon Sawhill-Aja, Jazmin Kay

USA / 2013 / 1
Woodstock Day School
World Premiere

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Kayleigh A. Myer, Brandon Sawhill-Aja, Jazmin Kay
An experimental film that takes a look at the ability for corruption that an onion embodies. Using stop-motion animation, combined with moving image and otherworldly music, this film strives to ignite an experience within the unconscious self.
Kayleigh A. Myer, Brandon Sawhill-Aja, and Jazmin Kay are three students haling from the Woodstock Day School. After working on several film projects over the course of the past two years, they have decided to branch out into the world of experimental filmmaking. The three students are continuing to expand their creative boundaries as filmmakers, actors & musicians!
Director(s): Kayleigh A. Myer, Brandon Sawhill-Aja, Jazmin Kay
Editor(s): Kayleigh A. Myer & Brandon Sawhill-Aja
Composer(s)/Music: Black Moth Super Rainbow


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