Solipsism. A movie by Andrew Huang
Causing a buzz around the web on the basis of a trailer, Andrew Huang’s movie has just picked up an award at the Slamdance Film Festival
Solipsism, the winner of the Special Jury Prize for Experimental Short at the 2012 Slamdance Film Festival is a complicated word for a visually inventive movie.
Made by film and commercials director Andrew Huang, Solipsism according to one philosophy dictionary means the belief that, “only I myself and my own experiences are real, while anything else – a physical object or another person – is nothing more than an object of my consciousness.” Just like a hangover then.
Huang, who has created commercials for Google and Toshiba raised the money on Kickstarter. Watch it and be amazed. Watch it again and be amazed that most of the special effects are staged not done in post-production.
Watch the Making Of below[vimeo clip_id=”38040196″ width=”600″ height=”385″]