"Breathless” (not to be confused with the 1960 Jean-Luc Godard film) is “a short film about the people, the places, and the heart and soul of Denver, Colorado.”
A project of Air Ball Creative for TEDxMileHigh in Denver, “Breathless” digs deep into the heart of the city, jumping from beautiful location to beautiful location, set to a poem by award-winning Denver slam poet Ken Arkind, which is read by fellow poet Theo “Lucifury” Wilson and paired with a score composed by Dexter Britain.
HuffPost Denver praised the film for its “sheer inspiring beauty,” and the resourcefulness of its producers on a shoestring budget ($0) and super-quick filming schedule.
Even if you’ve never been to Denver, or don’t even know where Denver is, “Breathless” is worth a watch. See the entire film above and try not to get inspired.