Terribly Tiny Tales launches, an experimental video today, Unsaid, featuring confessions by five real but faceless people about their friends.
Unsaid, is the first of the many new narratives TTT will explore in the months to come. This format is an experiment with intent to be candid with faceless confessions of things in a friendship that are left unsaid. The effort with this experiment is to move beyond the face of the narrator/performer and engage with the story itself, which explains its treatment and form.
Please see the video here
Chintan Ruparel, Co–Founder & Chief Creative Officer of Terribly Tiny Talkies says, “As a platform, we’ve never shied from experimenting with stories and creating new ways to tell them. Introducing this format is exciting. It is new and will evolve with audience feedback over time. The more we do, the more we learn, we can’t wait to see where this takes us.”
Sharanya Rajgopal, Creative Producer of Terribly Tiny Talkies says, “With Talkies, over the past two years, we’ve managed to create a special place for short films with our audience. With Unsaid, for the first time, we take the written word and give it a candid human voice that is raw and could be relevant. Sometimes just saying things without the fear of being judged can be cathartic. Each of these pieces could find resonance with people who have so many things to say to friendships that have gone astray, but just haven’t.”
Terribly Tiny Tales or TTT as it is popularly called is the India’s largest and most celebrated storytelling platform which brings together distinctive and talented voices from around the world to craft moving stories.