The Last Days of Nathan Miller

Posted By: Bryan

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Truly the end of the basement films era, I made this movie in 11th grade at Wyoming Valley West High School as my entrance film to the Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema at Concordia University. After watching the movie, you can see why I didn’t get in… It was far too artsy and I didn’t quite understand how to convey symbolism. That, and Adobe Premiere Lite is no way to edit a fight scene… Anyway, this movie is terrible, but for what it is, and what I would become as a filmmaker, incredibly important. I should also point out that this movie in no way is meant to reflect on the real Nathan Miller. He is nothing like the pathetic character Tony plays, nor was the character meant to be like him. Nathan has been one of my closest and oldest friends my entire life, and I simply thought his name had a cool ring to it. The real Nathan is a pretty cool dude, and you should meet him if you get the chance.

3 Responses to The Last Days of Nathan Miller

  1. Sasha says:

    I am unable to view your videos in Google Chrome or Safari on my Macbook Pro.

    • Bryan says:

      Hmm… I’ll check with our developer. It works on my end in Safari and Firefox and I’m on a mac, and I believe our designer coded it on a windows/linux machine, so it should work universally. Sorry for the inconvenience!

      • Adam says:

        It should work fine, now. Simple directory error in migrating the site to live – I actually fixed it a couple weeks ago.

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