Coming up this weekend on Saturday, June 28th at Gauntlet Gallery in San Francisco, California is “Lost Moments,” a show of new work by Scott Listfield plus new work by his friends and all of it looks fantastic. Check out more of Scott’s work and work by Simon Stalenhag, Hollis Brown Thornton, Nora Sturges, Rebeccca Chaperon and Wiley Wallace below!
As with all the arts, it is the relationship between audience and work that sustains the life of the created object, and this truth underlines the importance of the filmmaker and his or her respect for the viewer. The filmmaker should allow the audience to participate in the storytelling, to allow the viewer’s imagination and emotions take part in the film.
Filmmakers from different parts of the world and different time periods share their insight on how to communicate with the spectator in order to create timeless films. As Stanley Kubrick suggests, when the filmmaker places the viewer in a position of discovery, the thrill of the film goes through the heart.