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Fire Island

Embark on a visual journey through the pristine shores of Fire Island.
4/5

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Douglas Maxwell Myer’s mesmerizing short documentary offers a visual ode to the captivating beauty of Fire Island in New York. Helmed by the cinematography of James O’Connor, the film unfolds as a breathtaking exploration of the island’s pristine beaches and stunning coasts over the course of a day. J.K. Hodge’s evocative original music, ‘Kiss On Your Shoulder,’ adds a poignant layer, enhancing the film’s emotional resonance.

The absence of dialogue allows viewers to immerse themselves in the natural splendor, making it a truly sensorial experience. Myer skillfully crafts a visual symphony, seamlessly blending aerial and landscape shots that showcase the island’s diverse landscapes. The film serves as an unofficial advertisement for Fire Island, capturing its tranquil essence and becoming a cinematic postcard for the island’s allure.

As the sun sets and the full moon rises, the film reaches its crescendo, leaving a lasting impression of the island’s timeless beauty. ‘Fire Island’ is a testament to the power of visual storytelling, offering a serene and relaxing escape into the natural wonders of this idyllic destination.

Brief Synopsis

Venturing out toward the New York seaside, we get a glimpse of Fire Island’s oceanic vision during the day and night.
Fire Island Short Film

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Director(s): Douglas Maxwell Myer
Writer(s): Douglas Maxwell Myer
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Producer(s): Douglas Maxwell Myer
Director of Photography: James O’Connor
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Runtime: 3 min

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Fire Island

Embark on a visual journey through the pristine shores of Fire Island.
4/5

Review

Douglas Maxwell Myer’s mesmerizing short documentary offers a visual ode to the captivating beauty of Fire Island in New York. Helmed by the cinematography of James O’Connor, the film unfolds as a breathtaking exploration of the island’s pristine beaches and stunning coasts over the course of a day. J.K. Hodge’s evocative original music, ‘Kiss On Your Shoulder,’ adds a poignant layer, enhancing the film’s emotional resonance.

The absence of dialogue allows viewers to immerse themselves in the natural splendor, making it a truly sensorial experience. Myer skillfully crafts a visual symphony, seamlessly blending aerial and landscape shots that showcase the island’s diverse landscapes. The film serves as an unofficial advertisement for Fire Island, capturing its tranquil essence and becoming a cinematic postcard for the island’s allure.

As the sun sets and the full moon rises, the film reaches its crescendo, leaving a lasting impression of the island’s timeless beauty. ‘Fire Island’ is a testament to the power of visual storytelling, offering a serene and relaxing escape into the natural wonders of this idyllic destination.

Spotlight

No artists for this title have been featured on Spotlight.

Brief Synopsis

Venturing out toward the New York seaside, we get a glimpse of Fire Island’s oceanic vision during the day and night.
Fire Island Short Film

Credits

Director(s): Douglas Maxwell Myer
Writer(s): Douglas Maxwell Myer
Cast:
Producer(s): Douglas Maxwell Myer
Director of Photography: James O’Connor
Animation:

Specifcations

Genre: ,
Country:
Language:
Year:
Runtime: 3 min
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