We've become accustomed to film and video using words to communicate a story, whether it be through the lyrics of a song or dialog. It's always a bit of an adjustment to watch a film that removes verbiage from the equation. I always find pieces like this wonderfully meditative, once I make the adjustment. The three short films are great examples of this, including one very unique way to share a recipe.
1. 8 Hours in Brooklyn
Leslie Foster is a filmmaker, an urban nomad, and the executive director of Traveling Muse Pictures, a Los Angeles-based film collective
This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at http://spectrummagazine.org/node/3340