Donkey - Tribeca Film Festival "Passing" - An Inspirational Award-Winning Short 1 day ago   06:45

Keir Burrows
If you enjoyed Donkey (and I hope you did!), do watch our latest short, you'll love it - https://up-tube.com/upvideo/GZ_X2TX6wjb

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Weird Pot
He's gay?
Michael Moutsatsos
BRILLIANT BRILLIANT FILMMAKING KUDOS FANTASTIC :)
Diana Vucane
This is wonderful.
Gilles 82
Does this guy ever fucking stop talking?
TheWhore2culture
👌👌👌🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟👍Kudos to EVERYONE involved 👋🌟👍
brian smith
can anyone pls share film techniques that can be used in an essay!
Rodrick Marsh
Beautiful peace what camera did they use to shoot this
USUCKTOO
yup, narrator. you're an ass. this makes me wanna invite my elementary classmates over for dinner...
sinimannerfoto
Beautiful.
Rebecca Mason
Such a brilliant film, I shed a tear on my morning commute.
Sanjaybhai Patel
based on indian farmers
Sanjaybhai Patel
It is an indian short film
Sanjaybhai Patel
sir can you produce my short film
HannaMagdalena
Great story. I also liked the narrator, I don't often feel positive about narrator voices, but here, in this movie, it was awesome.
Sunil Pawar
amazing short film.... keep up the good work!
Sameer Tembe
great work
Thomas Johnson
Donkey is super tired no real plot nothing of interest
Russell Coight
Gotta do dis for English assessment where we study belonging with film techniques, yet this film is %70 narration...
Cara Craig
Hey guys I have an English exam on this video and just wanted to see if anyone could help me with a few questions . Why is this film in black and white. ? What is symbolic with the fingers trailing the fence at the beginning and end ?? And just if anyone had some good example of camera techniques where meaning was made or the use of music I would really appreciate it!!!!!
Qasim Hussaini
WOW. Now that's a short!
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"Passing" - An Inspirational Award-Winning Short Donkey - Tribeca Film Festival 1 day ago   05:02

Upon watching a customer in a flower shop, grumpy old Rob comes to a realization that inspires him to see his own life in a different light.

Year: 2007
Director/Writer: Jolie Hales
Cinematography/Sound Design: David Skousen
Music: Robert Allen Elliott - http://www.robelliottmusic.com/

Cast:
Todd Michael Thompson, Jerry Ellison, Holly Larson, Kaydee Brown, Kaitlyn Kinsey

Special Thanks to Jimmy's Flowers in Layton, Utah - http://www.jimmysflowers.com/

Awards/Honors:
Worldwide DVD Distribution - Spiritual Cinema Circle, 2008 - spiritualcinemacircle.com
Domestic DVD Distribution - Best of the LDS Film Festival, 2008 - ldsfilmfestival.org
Best Student Film - Gloria Film Festival, 2008 - gloriafilmfestival.bside.com
Honorable Mention - LDS Film Festival, 2008 - ldsfilmfestival.org
Finalist - Best Woman Filmmaker - West Chester Film Festival, 2008 - westchesterfilmfestival.com

Additional Screenings:
NewFilmmakers New York, 2009 - newfilmmakers.com
Naperville Film Festival - naperfilm.org
Brandywine Digital Film Festival, 2008
Reynolda Film Festival, 2008 - reynoldsfilmfestival.com
Newport Beach Film Festival, 2008 - newportbeachfilmfest.com
Whittier Film Festival, 2008 - whittierfilm.org
Foursite Film Festival, 2008 - foursitefilmfest.com
George Lindsey UNA Film Festival, 2008 - lindseyfilmfest.com
Muskegon Film Festival, 2008 - muskegonfilmfestival.com
Treasure Coast International Film Festival, 2008 - tcifilmfest.com