And today, on the 3rd day of 2012, Maggie Lee's review of 60 SECONDS OF SOLITUDE IN YEAR ZERO (omnibus film I participated in) on Hollywood Reporter had this to say about my segment "I Dreamt Of Someone Dreaming Of Me".
Twentysomething emerging short film directors also make their mark with works that display resourcefulness (with budgets, time, etc).
Through "I Dreamt of Someone Dreaming of Me," 26-year-old Japan-based Malaysian Edmund Yeo expresses his cultural duality with split screens, one following a Malaysian girl in a cheongsam as she loiters around the city, the other featuring a Japanese girl against backdrops of traditional architecture in the snowy North. Bookended by one standing by the sea and the other by a pond, he integrates the water motif into a broader idea of the flowing, ephemeral nature of filmmaking and of this particular one-off screening.
Very awesome. Very honoured.
You might remember me mentioning about the film's one and only screening at Tallinn that I attended on December 22, 2011, with my nice video recap, where you can actually see the whole 1-minute of "I Dreamt of Someone Dreaming of Me"