Stetson Poulin & Mary Landro

For the Ages

Stetson Poulin & Mary Landro
Edmonton, Alberta (YOUTH)

Michael Doyle

September 14, 2015 8:32 am Reply

With compelling visuals and strong motifs, this short piece manages to communicates the passage and pathos of so much time. Bravo!

Curt Bust

September 15, 2015 8:05 am Reply

Wow I really found this video cool! Really meaningful, and probably the best one I’ve seen this year.

Vicki Rak

September 16, 2015 11:31 am Reply

I love how the images tie music to nature since they both have a deeper, spiritual connection to the self. Listening to music and being in a natural setting are ways we can reflect on and even enjoy the passage of time. Kudos to these students for a thought-provoking video.

Dena Bracken

September 16, 2015 3:45 pm Reply

So well done in black/white with the in and out of focus images, plus moving fingers, piano keys and leaves that serve to meaningfully intertwine music, nature and people. The vitality of youth contrasted with the sedentary lifestyle of older age. Beautiful portrayal of reality.

B. Larochelle

September 18, 2015 9:29 pm Reply

The black and white as well as the variety of camera angles, lighting and other effects artistically tell this engaging story. Well done!