Kyle Farscht has a passion for film and everything that comes with it. Kyle has directed, edited, and written dozens of his own short films, music videos, and documentaries. He will continue to pursue his passion in college at NYU Tisch School of the Arts as a film and television production major. To view his portfolio see films below or visit www.vimeo.com/kylefarscht.
"Demons of Love" (2019)
This experimental piece showcases the torture that comes with loving someone who doesn’t love you back.
"After the Beep" (2019)
Isaac listens to his past voicemails that he had sent to his girlfriend, Sophia, as he replays their memories in his head.
A girl feels isolated from those around her and longs for connection. To cope with her sadness, she turns to her obsession with mermaids.
"Her Faith" (2018)
A teenage girl feels pulled between two important parts of her identity, religion and love.
"A Sensation" (2018)
A young man reflects on his first love through the lens of each of the five senses.
"A Sensation" was created at the NYU Summer Filmmakers Workshop in July of 2018.
Powdered Elephants shows the fun spirit of summer and adolescence through their song "Drive" - available on their album "POV".
A couple discusses the flaws within their relationship, only to realize that all of their actions have consequences.
"Sweet Dreams" - Cover (2017)
Powdered Elephants cover "Sweet Dreams" originally by the Eurythmics and bring a new dark element to the song and video.
"Soulfege - The A Cappella Experience" (2017)
Soulfege - a student-run, high school a cappella music group - must overcome their struggles and prepare to compete in the International Championship of High School A Cappella.
As a housewife prepares dinner for her husband, she is bored with her mundane life and decides to make a change.
While at a Halloween party, a group of high schoolers is visited by a terrorizing killer. They attempt to escape this horror and figure out the motive.
Powdered Elephants share their colorful and bright feelings with their music video for their single "Watercolors".
A photographer discovers that his camera has a special power, but he soon learns that they must be taken with precautions.
"Up Right Now"
"Up Right Now" is Powdered Elephants debut single and music video, that describes the struggle of wanting someone else's love.