HAIKU REVIEW CHALLENGE
The Challenge is to write a HAIKU REVIEW after watching the short film Loving Vincent | Official Theatrical Trailer . Feel free to write in Single – Couplet – Triplet Haiku Verses using 17 syllables per verse . Lines in 5-7-5 . Try to Review the short film below as close to your interpretation of what you viewed and how all your senses responded to it. Think of it as looking at a painting in motion.
If you decide to take on the HAIKU REVIEW CHALLENGE . Leave your Haiku in the Comment Section of this post on ‘the secret keeper’ . so others will be able to view what you have created. I will be posting my own HAIKU REVIEW just above the video of Loving Vincent | Official Theatrical Trailer.
If this film [trailer in this instance . but rarely] doesn’t inspire . don’t worry. A new short film will appear every Friday for you to try your skills at the WEEKLY HAIKU REVIEW CHALLENGE .
Here’s to engaging in the Haiku Review Challenge | Clinks & Cheers! – j.kiley
‘Loving Vincent” is a new film created from a magnificent idea . showing Vincent van Gogh as he might have appeared through his own eyes. The LINK will lead to the HuffPost article . It comes with The Exhilarating Full Trailer For A Hand-Painted Film About Van Gogh. How brilliant and exciting is that!? If you look just below my Haiku . however . you will find the Exhilarating Full Trailer for a Hand-Painted Film about Van Gogh there also. It’s magnificent. Van Gogh is the most gloriously impressive artist of all time. My opinion. Love the idea I will be able to breathe in through my senses how Vincent may have visually seen his world appear to him. This trailer definitely calls for a HAIKU REVIEW Haiku. – j.kiley
Colors catching flight
Tastes of red flow through yellow
Genius become stars
© j.kiley ’17
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Loving Vincent | Official Theatrical Trailer
Portion from article on HuffPost . . .
The film [Loving Vincent] was created with the help of 125 artists who together transformed 120 of van Gogh’s paintings into 65,000 painted frames based on live action sequences. After a callout for artists went viral last year, van Gogh wannabes applied to train and work at the film’s studio in Gdansk, Poland.
“We cannot speak other than by our paintings,” van Gogh wrote in a letter to his brother Theo shortly before his death.
Thanks to Kobiela and Welchman’s ambitious project, van Gogh’s story will be told in his native tongue.
According to IMdB, ‘Loving Vincent’ has some recognizable stars on board: Chris O’Dowd, Saoirse Ronan and Aidan Turner, to name a few. The film is set to hit theaters Sept. 22 2017.