Juniper Crescent, a short film by Tadas Vidmantas
In our series 'Featured Friday City Shorts' we go to Budapest in Hungary. By Arnau Orengo. Remeber to visit other City Shorts in our series here. A timelapse shortfilm made during my stay as an Erasmus student in Budapest, between September and December 2014. It depicts Budapest in a very variated way, showing...
Haiku from Christiane Müller Short plot summary: Sabine has no one to tell her desires, but she makes an effort to express her longings in haikus she writes herself. Even those poems, however, do not work out well. The reason for this is that she feels to be empty inside herself....
short film/poem music: eluvium (eluvium.net) v.o: david c. richardson From marcos vaz on Vimeo.
Meditation on coping with depression relapse.
PlayTime- Controlled Chaos from The Royal Ocean Film Society I think Jacques Tati's PlayTime is one of the unrivaled great films of all time, but rather than talk about its socio-economic commentary or its myriad of slapstick gags, let's take a minute to dive into its extraordinary (and extraordinarily fun) Royal...
In our serie FridaysFeatured CityShorts we share a video about Madrid (Spain). Click for the complete series. From Carlos Baena HD Footage of Madrid shot over a week on Christmas 2008. Like the one of San Francisco, I did this for fun. Also wanted to test an additional HD camera and different...
Presented as part of the multimedia theatrical performance "Weathering Architecture" at Harbourfront Studio Theatre as part of Digifest/HATCH 2008. This work was shown as the audience entered the auditorium from the rear stage entrance, passing through the light of the projection as they made their way to their seats....
DAEMONRUNNER - A Sci-Fi Horror Short from Wyrmwood Movie Ghostbusters meets The Matrix in this experimental short film from the makers of Wyrmwood: Road of the Dead! (WATCH IT. LIKE IT. TELL US WHAT YOU THINK.) If you want to see more of these goto: www.facebook.com/wyrmwoodmovie/ LIKE the page and we'll send...
KINSKI SCREW KINSKISCHRAUBE from APEIRON FILMS EN: Faces tell a lot. They magnetize onlookers. Female and male principles intertwine in front of mountain panoramas. Werner Herzog coined the term "Kinski screw" for a technique of actors to swing into the frame. Klaus Kinski invented this specific pirouette. What goes on behind...