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Twitter co-founder Biz Stone turns to ‘The Raven’ as inspiration for his first short film

18
Nov
2013

Canons Project Imagination may be a way for the company to promote filmmaking with its DSLR cameras, but it has also yielded some fascinating and impressive short films. With the guidance of director Ron Howard, Project Imagination is showing off 10 short films — five from celebrities and five picked from a wide pool of submissions. One of the five celebrity films was shot and written by Twitter co-founder Biz Stone, not someone typically known for getting behind the camera. While he didnt have someone like Neil Gaiman writing the script for him, his short film Evermore is a well-shot, highly polished affair — his camerawork captures the story of an eight-year-old girl who uses Edgar Allen Poes The Raven as a way to bring her mother and grandfather closer to her and each other.

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