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December 22, 2015 AT 3:00 pm

Ray McCarthy Bergeron on re÷belief, a Film Made with 3D Printed Zoetropes #ArtTuesday

Nice interview with Ray McCarthy Bergeron from the Creators Project:

We asked Bergeron about the ins and outs of making such a time-intensive and captivating film:

The Creators Project: Can you briefly outline the plot in your own words?

Ray McCarthy Bergeron: Through the perspective of a boy, you witness a personal story that recalls 9 very specific instances of my life. These are memories that have repeatedly haunted me throughout my youth and adulthood. The memories regularly reflected times of bliss mixed with sullen, miserable moments. Ultimately the film is about cycles; a story about growing up, religion and relationships.

Check out the full interview and don’t miss Ray McCarthy Bergeron’s site!


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