How Four Kids Solved the World's Problems





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Published on Jan 28, 2012

SYNOPSIS: Barry Sam Peter and Sue found a broken trike in a playground and discussed how can they all share it. Negativity arises as each one offer their version of a solution. The story reflects a simplified version of the worlds problems and at the end, reveals the true source of the conflict and the real solution to it.

I have been watching a few video interviews on youtube on independent filmmakers and they have something to say in common when asked what is the secret to a successful movie:

"Make a movie/story that you know personally and strongly believe in."

I already overly simplified this wisdom from the many versions it came from and by making my first short film, How Four Kids Solved the World's Problems, I finally understood its message.

I don't know if my short is a success (if success can really be measured) but I know the feeling of satisfaction of finally being free to say with a straight face when someone asks me what my main profession was and reveal to them that I am a filmmaker and this short made it official.

It was difficult to make this movie. To be honest, the easy part was making it and the hardest was to drag myself from fear, doubt, distraction and procrastination to finish it. I persevered after failing so many times for I truly believed on its message and I want it to be experienced by every human being possible who could watch it for the information I received from its source had literally freed me from layers of invisible bondage that held me down for many years which could also benefit them.

My ultimate purpose for this movie is to educate my audience of possibly the most credible system out there that explains almost everything about the things that matter to us whatever it may be.

If you are wondering about the type of animation I used on this, it doesn't have an official name as far as I know but for now, I call it a "cross fade animation" which describes the video transition effect I frequently used. I didn't invent it. I discovered it done by an online science fiction show called Afterworld created by Brent V. Friedman and Michael DeCourcey. This web series got many people hooked on its mysterious story line including me and I am looking forward to make my own series myself, so if you think my work is promising, please join my mailing list or simply subscribe to my youtube channel. I promise there will be more to come and this time it will not take months or years for I think I finally found the best strategy to make them.

Thank you for watching.


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