NARRATIVE2019-02-22T00:19:38+00:00

James Carman’s Narrative Reel

The Opening Sequence for Anja Murmann’s film, Unintended.

A young woman repressed the memory of having killed someone when she was twelve years old. Thirteen years later that memory comes back.

Written and directed by Anja Murmann. Produced by Sabine Schenk.

Starring Elizabeth Lail, Nathan Keyes, Hannah Westerfield, Jay Jay Warren, Sean Cullen, Amy Hargreaves, Jeremy Holm.

Director of Photography, James Carman.

Big Mother Scene from Bruce LaBruce’s film, The Misandrists.

When an injured male leftist on the run discovers the remote stronghold of the Female Liberation Army — a radical feminist terrorist group whose mission is to usher in a female world order — one of the members takes pity on him and hides him in the basement. However, the man in the basement is just one of many secrets threatening to disrupt the FLA’s mission from within.

Written and directed by Bruce LaBruce.

Starring Susanne Sachsse and Kita Updike.

Produced by Juergen Bruenning.
Director of Photography, James Carman.

The Cave Scene from the Film, Unintended.

A young woman repressed the memory of having killed someone when she was twelve years old. Thirteen years later that memory comes back.

Written and directed by Anja Murmann. Produced by Sabine Schenk. Director of Photography, James Carman.

Starring Elizabeth Lail, Nathan Keyes, Hannah Westerfield, Jay Jay Warren, Sean Cullen, Amy Hargreaves, Jeremy Holm.

Police Line-Up Scene from Bruce LaBruce’s film, The Misandrists.

When an injured male leftist on the run discovers the remote stronghold of the Female Liberation Army — a radical feminist terrorist group whose mission is to usher in a female world order — one of the members takes pity on him and hides him in the basement. However, the man in the basement is just one of many secrets threatening to disrupt the FLA’s mission from within.

Written and directed by Bruce LaBruce. Starring Susanne Sachsse and Kita Updike. Director of Photography, James Carman.

Bus Scene, From Hollywood to Rose.

In the city of Angels, everyone is on a quest. A disheveled, middle-aged woman in a bridal gown boards a Metro bus on Hollywood Blvd in the middle of the night. As the bus heads further west, she meets an assortment of eccentrics and social outcasts who make her question where she’s been and where she’s going. Each person she meets is at their own personal crossroads, who in turn shape the course of her bizarre journey.

From Hollywood to Rose is directed by Liz Graham and Matt Jacobs. Written by Matt Jacobs. Starring Eve Annenberg. Directory of Photography, James Carman.

Childhood Fight Scene from the Film, Unintended.

A young woman repressed the memory of having killed someone when she was twelve years old. Thirteen years later that memory comes back.

Written and directed by Anja Murmann. Produced by Sabine Schenk. Starring Elizabeth Lail, Nathan Keyes, Hannah Westerfield, Jay Jay Warren, Sean Cullen, Amy Hargreaves, Jeremy Holm. Director of Photography, James Carman.

The Cliff Jump Scene from the film, Unintended

A young woman repressed the memory of having killed someone when she was twelve years old. Thirteen years later that memory comes back.

Written and directed by Anja Murmann. Produced by Sabine Schenk. Starring Elizabeth Lail, Nathan Keyes, Hannah Westerfield, Jay Jay Warren, Sean Cullen, Amy Hargreaves, Jeremy Holm. Director of Photography, James Carman.

The Mine Fight Scene from the Film, Unintended.

A young woman repressed the memory of having killed someone when she was twelve years old. Thirteen years later that memory comes back.

Written and directed by Anja Murmann. Produced by Sabine Schenk. Starring Elizabeth Lail, Nathan Keyes, Hannah Westerfield, Jay Jay Warren, Sean Cullen, Amy Hargreaves, Jeremy Holm. Director of Photography, James Carman.

Arrest Scene from Shu Lea Cheang’s FIlm, Fluidø

Set in the post-AIDS future of 2060, mutated AIDS viruses give birth to ZERO GEN – humans that have genetically evolved in a very unique way. These gender fluid ZERO GENs are the bio-drug carriers whose white fluid is the hypernarcotic for the 21st century, taking over the markets of the 20th century white powder high. The ejaculate is intoxicating and the new form of sexual commodity in the future. The new drug, code named DELTA, diffuses through skin contact and creates an addictive high.

Screened at the 67th Berlin International Film Festival.

Written and directed by Shu Lea Cheang. Starring Candy Flip.

Produced by Juergen Bruenning. Director of Photography, James Carman.

Pillow Fight Scene from Bruce LaBruce’s, The Misandrists

Written and directed by Bruce LaBruce. Starring Susanne Sachsse and Kita Updike. Director of Photography, James Carman.

When an injured male leftist on the run discovers the remote stronghold of the Female Liberation Army — a radical feminist terrorist group whose mission is to usher in a female world order — one of the members takes pity on him and hides him in the basement. However, the man in the basement is just one of many secrets threatening to disrupt the FLA’s mission from within. Inspire by Jean Vigo’s, Zéro de Conduite.