Vincent's Daydream /
december 2010





Story

Christiaan Docter - with whom I form the duo doctersterkenburg - has been caretaker of Vincent for some years. Vincent suffers from the rare syndrome of Leigh which impairs muscular (including speech) and cognitive development. For this condition stands a life expectancy of 10 years and on 10.10.10 Vincent would be 10 years old. I first made a testfilm - with music by Max Richter - that we shot in a hidden garden in Groningen. You find that 2 minute film below. We also made a television promo, that one with music by Christiaan Docter.

I filmed on different moments and offcourse on 10.10.10. The short is still is an ongoing process, the film here could be considered pre-final. It is compiled only from images filmed on 10.10.10 and we submitted it for the One Day on Earth documentary project. C. Docter made on original score for this film.



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Music

artist: Christiaan Docter >>>
release: Vincent's Daydream Original Score


Details

recording date: october 10th 2010
time spent on editing: +/- 22 hours
equipment: Canon 550D, Canon EF 16-35/2.8L
software: Adobe Premiere Pro CS5, Adobe Photoshop CS5, Adobe After Effects CS4, Garageband, Logic Pro


Original test film



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TV Promo



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Muziektelevisie is a Groningen-based film duo consisting of J.T. Sterkenburg and K. de Vries. Their filming style is characterized by slightly surrealistic manipulations and a nostalgic undertone.
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