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This Short Film Was Shot in a 3rd Person POV

"The Irrational Fear of Nothing" is a new short film by director Paul Trillo. It follows a paranoid, neurotic man named Terry as he wanders about on the streets of Manhattan. "Past memories and his irrational inner thoughts soon plague his every move," the synopsis says. "By channeling a form of mental time travel, he attempts to overcome these past anxieties."

What's interesting about the film is the way the story is told. Trillo strapped a camera to the actor's back for a 3rd person video game-style point of view.

‘True Detective’ Opening Titles: Even More Double Exposure-Inspired Awesome

After sharing Paul Trillo's double exposure-inspired music video for "Be Around" by the folk duo The Peach Kings, several commenters here and on Facebook pointed out that the opening titles for the HBO show True Detective make use of the same technique.

And so we checked them out, and were blown away by the execution on this awesome video. We can see why one reader said that it's the only show she doesn't skip over the titles on.

Brewery Puts Together Stop Motion Tour of Brooklyn in 3,000 Photos

To promote the Brooklyn Brewery Mash, filmmakers Landon Van Soest and Paul Trillo put together the impressive stop motion creation you see above. The video, which was created by putting together 3,000 separate stills, takes viewers on a tour of Brooklyn by bike messenger (among other things) showing off some of the borough's highlights.