Featuring over 200 Chapman films
Film Stripes was created to give filmmakers a unique way to look at and analyze the color palette of their short films.
How it Works: The stripes are stacked in a chronological order - the film starts at the top of the painting, and ends down at the bottom. Each stripe represents the average color of a single frame. Depending on the film's length, anywhere from 50 to 250 frames are extracted for each painting.
Created by Akash Arora, Donovan Matsui, and William Cortes
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A Lone Wolf
A Tale Of More Woe
Cakes On Paper Plates
Don't Lie To Me
In The Margins
The One In The Woods
Thicker Than Water
Till Death Do Us Part
When There's Nothing Left To Burn