FUNPOV Seeks to Create Real-Life Movies on the City Streets Using a Hidden Camera

American novelist and poet Jack Kerouac once said, “The world you see is just a movie in your mind.” This is the mantra that FUNPOV sticks too.

FUNPOV is a series of short movies, starring random people on the street. The short movies were filmed from the real-life and point-of view of the creator. A man of mystery, you never actually see the guy filming, as all of the films are shot from his point-of view. You do, however, hear his humorous voice and see his hands (most likely) high fiving someone when they least expect it! You might even catch a glimpse of his shadow riding a bike along a busy street.

These movies follow real episodes in my life, with one constant purpose: interact with strangers on the street, asking them to connect with me, and smile in this moment.

FUNPOV aims to create two movies per month. You can support the making of these short films by donating $1 per movie. The goal is to use the movies to reflect our fast-changing culture, and to discuss ideas and topics for the future.

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Alexandra Hudson

Alexandra Hudson

Contributing Writer

Alexandra Hudson is 21 years old and is working towards a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature with a minor in Journalism. When she is not writing an essay or reading Harry Potter she enjoys running long distances and quoting movies.

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