Internationally published and Livingston Montana based photographer Audrey Hall has been chosen as a finalist in the 2009 Nikon Film Festival. Her short film “See You Then” was selected from over 1200 submissions nationwide. Filmed exclusively in Livingston Montana’s Paradise Valley, the independently produced movie combines art, music and the rugged beauty of the West.
Starting with a brush stroke on a canvas by Livingston artist Edd Enders, “See You Then” paints a visual narrative of the creative process in which the daily routines of ordinary people are entwined in unforeseen ways. Unconventionally made, “See You Then” was filmed entirely on a Nikon DSLR with HD movie capabilities – a recent innovation and trend in digital camera technology.
To view “See You Then” go to: http//www.nikonfestival.com/blog/2009/12/13/see-you-then. BE SURE TO VOTE before January 12th!
Hall’s images have appeared in numerous publications including The New York Times, Sunset Magazine, Western Art & Architecture and The Big Sky Journal. This is her first film.