The latest 2011 Beneath the Waves Film Festival movie, Some Things Aren’t Reversible, comes to us from students at the Wrigley Institute for Environmental Studies (USC). Students in Dr. Randy Olson’s course had 48 hours to write, film, and edit their movies.
After watching the short film made by the students at the Wrigley Institute for Environmental studies (USC), I was very impressed to read that they only had 48 hours to write, film, and edit their movies. I found the video to be very informative and enjoyed their over all concept of the project. Their use of images such as forest fires, dead sea turtles, and land fills to fit well with the overall concept and purpose of the video to express that some things are unfortunately not reversible.