This was going through the mind of Robert Dominguez Boblett, a Digital Film Academy New York student, as he embarked on his short film “Blind Art”.
“Everyone is surrounded by opportunities, riches, and beauty. Some people take advantage of this and some people don’t.”
As Robert describes it, this was his first year project and first attempt at telling a story.
Robert is now a New York-based Spanish editor, producer, and filmmaker. Born in Barcelona, Spain, he attended a high school of the arts and later went on to study psychology. After moving to New York City, he attended Digital Film Academy NY.
“For ‘Blind Art’, I had one actor, my camera and me, – just the ‘three’ of us! I did all the filming and editing. When I started putting the idea together, I was thinking that everyone is surrounded by opportunities, riches and beauty, and some people take advantage of this and some people don’t. ‘Blind Art’ speaks to that.”
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Challenging times can make creativity blossom, so we encourage all of you filmmakers to keep going, no matter what.
Visit Robert’s website: Robert Dominguez
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