“Once again, I knew precisely which song and scene I had in mind for this (I like to use Back to the Future whenever I can); this time I decided to invite participation from my students at the videographic criticism course I was teaching at the time. Five of them volunteered, and this time I gave some notes to some of them, to clean up some cut here and there or remove one or two shots that felt out of place. That was it really – and I enjoyed working with them on this (and appreciated their willingness to contribute to this extra-curricular activity in the middle of an already labour-intensive course).” (Ariel Avissar)
“I find it hard to be brief, but I tried to tap into the flow of the video, continuing the emerging narrative from clip to clip and matching movement to music.
I also had tendency to recognize which movies are used and consider the original context , so I tried to pick movies that reward the viewers who do the same.” (Gay Klein)