Short film on Ballard Locks wins award at SIFF

Fremont movie-maker Martin Fossum has won an award at the Seattle International Film Festival for the Seattle Times’ 2009 3-Minute Masterpiece. The film, “Interstice” is a study of walkways and water at the Ballard Locks. The film was shot in sequence on Super8 film and there was no post-production editing. Fossum was one of nine winners in this category, the grand prize going to a 14-year-old from Bellevue. You can see the winning films here.


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Art Critic
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Art Critic

Well, there's 3 minutes of my life I won't get back. I guess I just don't get art.

Trix
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Trix

Well, I don't really get it either. But art is subjective. Just because I don't get it doesn't mean it's not art to somebody.

chopper_74
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three strikes.
Art should have some soul, shouldn't it?

gooner
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gooner

the winner “sparks in the night” is pretty dang good for a 14 year old.

that guy
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i don't get it. he had like 5 shots he just used over and over again and timed it to the music.