KEVIN TERRELL

The Film


About the Film

I made this film while living in Orlando, Florida. A place that, still to this day, I find mildly detestable. It wasn’t until I lived in Orlando that I started to care about architecture and landscape. Because I lived in the same town for 18 years I assumed that everywhere in the US was relatively the same. I thought that every place had beautiful things and lots of wonderful people. I was shocked to find out just how wrong I was.

Releasing this film just shy of a year, it’s weird to see how much has changed and how much has stayed the same. I now live south west of Atlanta, working as a freelancer. Joe and I, still bonded by something greater than earthly powers, have grown even father apart. For a moment, Sami and I saw a possibility but that came and went. My relationship with my parents seems just the same; perhaps my mother and I have grown closer to fight the distance. And I still intensely miss Nettle.

I guess in some weird way I am thankful for Orlando or at least the obsession it left me with. Growing up I was always wondering and searching for something; Orlando just intensified that thirst. But I think the most honest thing I can say about all of this is - what I’ve really been searching for all this time isn’t a place at all.

 

Special Thanks to:

Clark Harris

Nikki Wilson

Additional Thanks to:

Amanda Bovea

Lex Lambert

Emily Cochran

 

This film was shot on the Krasnogorsk-3 using Eastman Kodak Motion Picture Film.


I have found a desire within myself that no experience in this world can satisfy; the most probable explanation is that I was made for another world.
— C. S. Lewis