Jake Popek – Student

“The summer digital cinema class allowed me to focus intensively on the subject of cinema as well as a freedom of creative expression not found in any other class. With no distraction from other classes, I found myself reaching deeply personal contexts as my focus never frayed from the desire for artistic filmmaking.”

A disguised retelling of Franz Kafka’s A HUNGER ARTIST. In pursuit of his own personal achievement and understanding, an artist endlessly feels his way through a forest blinded by the philosophies of Leonardo da Vinci. Followed by another skeptical entity, he questions his journey’s end and the chances of becoming understood in the solitud


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