Posted June 8, 2016
oshua Evangelista, a UCF Film BFA student working under the nom de plume “J. Ellis Evans,” has successfully crafted a short film that uses this gimmick to challenge what we would typically expect from digital filmmaking. Tucker is a film that takes place entirely from the perspective of a young woman’s loyal companion. Evans wants the audience to experience the world as though we were looking through the eyes of a dog. We play as Tucker, eat as Tucker, even growl as Tucker. The immersive quality of the film’s first-person perspective makes us believe we are Tucker the dog, without anyone else in the film convincing us otherwise.
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