Using the haunting melody "Measured Paces," composed by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com), the short film "Valentine" relates a girl's experience with the internal struggle of realization and apology.
"Valentine" was created in early 2010 with the intent of telling a story using only six shots, in an attempt to integrate film with the six-word flash fiction style made popular by Ernest Hemingway. These six shots can be interpreted in various ways by the audience, making the emotions portrayed in the film relatable to many different people and situations.
"Valentine" was shot in 720p with the Canon Rebel T1i, a DSLR still camera with HD video capabilities. The film was put together with minimal sound editing and lighting and color correction in Sony Vegas Pro 9.