You guys, we've finally gone through the footage and put together this super short video. It was super hard to film while in Lebanon and then I barely filmed anything at all while in France, so we had to work with what we had. Although the video is short, I do hope you come away with the amazing vibes I felt while there.
After months and months spent talking about, it is with great pleasure that I announce my departure into the Youtube world. Of course, those who have been with me since the beginning know this isn't my first foray into the platform, but I plan on taking my second channel a little more seriously. We already have our script rehearsed and our studio space booked!
I also want to thank my boyfriend, for being supportive and way more knowledgeable when it comes to video production. I do have the film degree and video production experience, but he is like a PRO when it comes to things of this nature. So many ideas between the two of us, I can't wait to see them realized. Expect more creative things, from our creative little duo - can't wait to hear what you think of our collaborative videos.
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If you're on youtube as well, leave your links in the comments and I would be more than happy to subscribe back!
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But the tigers come at night...
Finally got to see Les Misérables the other night and I LOVED every second of it. I am a huge fan of musicals, set designs and costumes (I'm just a film nerd in general), so it's no surprise that I thought this was uh-mazing. My boyfriend on the other hand hated every second and wanted to leave the theater early (never happened obvi). Just like the reviews on this film our feelings were mixed through and through. My best advice would be to just see it. You are either going to love this movie or hate it passionately but you'll never know until after you watch it. Don't go by the reviews for this one.