CCO — Craig Allen
Creatives — Matt Nall / Kyle Davis
Executive Producer — Mike Davidson
Producer — Elisha Gustafson
Director of Photography — Christopher Ripley
1st AC — Jordan Utley & Spencer Goff
2nd AC — Chris Hammock & Brenna Empey
Camera PA — Corbin Dallin
Gaffer — Brent Rowland & Jared Jaynes
Best Boy Electric — Josh Miller
Key Grip — AJ Beer
Dolly Grip — Elias Jeppeson
Grip — Camille Johnson & Christian Spangler
Production Designer — Cortni Wimberley & Meg Cabell
Propmaster — Emma Swenson
Art PA — Jaimy Lee
Special Effects: Roundy SPFX
Animatronic Designer: Chris Hanson
Graphics: Tiffany Wardle
Wardrobe Stylist — Subrina Mohr & Lianna Hartley
Wardrobe Assistant — Ciera Perry
HMU — Subrina Mohr
SPFX Makeup — Laura Hendricks
1st AD — Tyson Whitney
PAs — Gaylen Smith, Austin Farmer, McKenzie Smith, Nathan Smith, Matt Gagnon, Stephen St. Peter, Duncan Biles, Beth Kearsley, April Stromberg
Choreographer — Naomi Pacheco
Editor — Dusten Zimmerman
Post House — Exile Edit
VFX Supervisor — Ryan Game
VFX Artists — Alex Budlan, John Bashyam, Geoff Stephenson
CGI Artist — Vicki Juhasz
Colorist — Chris Ripley
Sound Designer — Shaun Yee
Chipper — James Morris
Chipper Stand Ins — John Anderson & Renny Wardle
Devin — Alex Weyerstall
Bully — Jagger Woolstenhulme
Employee — Martin Courtney
Doctor — Palmer Scott
Bus Stop Woman — Robin Wardle
Kids — Quinn Gustafson, Jonah Hashimoto, Rhythm Pacheco, Samuel Hashimoto, Reiken Barber, Damon Clement, Owen Clement
Birthday Party Dad — Craig Allen
Quilt FeverWelcome to the Academy Awards of quilting.
2020 SXSW Official Selection
2019 WINNER Reel South Short Award, Hot Springs Documentary Film Festival
2019 DOC NYC Official Section
2019 St. Louis International Film Festival Official Selection
2019 AFI DOCS Official Selection - WORLD PREMIERE
Betye Saar: Taking Care of Business | Art + FilmDirected by Christine Turner
At 93, there’s no stopping when it comes to the legendary artist Betye Saar.
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Over the decade, with the establishment of the Art+Film initiative, LACMA has dedicated resources to producing short documentary films on artists including John Baldessari, Ed Ruscha, David Hockney, Barbara Kruger, James Turrell, Robert Irwin, and Catherine Opie that are directed by outside filmmakers. By producing and commissioning work from emerging and mid-career filmmakers such as Lance Accord, Sini Anderson, Pippa Bianco, Dime Davis, Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman, Lisanne Skyler, Chrsitine Turner, Lucy Walker, and Jessica Yu. LACMA has created a series of short documentaries that have earned official selections and awards at some of the leading international film festivals, including Sundance, SXSW, DOC NYC, Outfest, Aspen Shortsfest, Sheffield Doc/Fest, Full Frame, Provincetown Film Festival, Florida Film Festival, and AFI DOCS.
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SoftcoreTaste in music can be painfully revealing, as depicted in this short film / music promo starring Greta Titelman and Alex Warren.
Written and Directed by Kristoffer Borgli
Produced and Edited by Andy Ruse
Cinematography by Ben Mullen
1st AC Elliot Barnes
Sound Design by Jack Sobo
Production Design by Phil Steiger
Costume Design by Kaysie Lee
Art Direction by Tessa Binder
Gaffer Justin McWilliams
2nd AC Ben Palmer
Colorist Daniel de Vue
Production Assistant Mackenzie Becket
Book Design by Robbie Barnett
Promotional material for Softcore Untd.
A Sequential Vacation production.
The Foster PortfolioBased on the original short story by Kurt Vonnegut, Jr., The Foster Portfolio is an offbeat, mid-century tale about a rookie investment counselor who discovers that his penniless client is hiding a million-dollar inheritance in order to conceal a strange, double life.
Tribeca Film Festival
WINNER - BEST SHORT FILM:
San Diego International Film Festival
HONORABLE MENTION - BEST NARRATIVE SHORT:
Woodstock Film Festival
Tribeca Film Festival, Palm Springs International ShortFest, LA Shorts International Film Festival, HollyShorts Film Festival, Edmonton International Film Festival, Traverse City Film Festival, San Diego International Film Festival, Woodstock Film Festival
Director: Danielle Katvan
Producers: Saleah Smith, Danielle Katvan, Joel Pincosy
DP: Michael Epple
Starring: Roe Hartrampf, Joel Nagle, Rebecca Watson
S+C+A+R+R - The Rest Of My DaysDiscover S + C + A + R + R ’s first music video, a singular opus directed by Jack Antoine Charlot for Cinq7.
An intoxicating music and a sequence shot to dance to, unplug and get away from it all ! Plunge yourself in full immersion into this timeless universe, let yourself be carried away by the electro-hypnotic dance steps of this captivating character and this bewitching heady sound. Dance like S + C + A + R + R - Share your groove.
Directed by: Jack Antoine Charlot
Produced by Passion Paris
Producer: Marc Bodin-Joyeux & Marion Vermogen
Post-Producer: Emile Chaillou & Rita Oliveira
Recorded produced and Mixed by: Dan Levy
@ The WatchTower Studio - Madville
Choreographer: Nicolas Huchard
Assistant Choreographer: Yorina Bosco
DOP and VFX Supervisor: Mehdi Alavi
Cameraman and Stuntman: Paul Lavau
Team Manager: Julie Bellemare
Fitness Trainer: Hadrien Farre
Acting Coach: Axel Digoix
VFX Artist: Clementine Choplain
Stylist: Maxime Granger
Osteopath: Philippe Nguyen
Special thanks to Remi Brun, Mathias Chelebourg, Camille Beauplan
Mastered by: Chab' Translab
Sound Design by Remi Durel
Covid no more!Here's a fun little video I cut amongst these strange weird times we're in.
PioneersPIONEERS tells the story of two desperate pioneer women who escape together across the midwestern desert in 1848. In a twisted and gripping tale of survival, the duo shatters our expectations of the typical damsels in distress and deliver a story of physical and psychological survival. A haunting and mesmerizing tribute to the fierce femininity often forgotten in history, PIONEERS is a raw, visual journey rich with tender perseverance.
Directors: Charlotte Fassler & Dani Girdwood
Script by: Bianca Rusu & Diana Irvine
Production: SLMBR PRTY Films
Producers: Kirstin VanSkiver, Sarah Donnenberg, Leah Donnenberg
Director of Photography: Allison Anderson
Editor: Stephania Dulowski
Original Music: Julianna Barwick
Sound Design & Mix: Mike Vitacco
Colorist: Jenny Montgomery
First Assistant Director: Christopher Michael
First Assistant Camera: Sara Ingram
Second Assistant Camera: Nina Portillo
Gaffer: Kevin Willing
Key Grip: John Sircher
Grip: Cory Solon
Wardrobe: Gabrielle Levion
Hair & Makeup: Diahann McCrary
Prop Master: Larry Poole
Animal Wrangler: Racine Poole
Stunt Coordinator: Pete Porteous
Sound Recordist: Leonardo Nesco
Property Owner: Marcus Phares
Medic: Albert Cosio
Production Assistant: Angie Savoldi
Production Assistant: Dusty Phares
Additional Sound Editor: Julianne Guffian
Assistant Sound Mixer: Stefano Campello
Conform Artist: Kaitlyn Jackson
Color Producer: Stephanie Arce
VFX Artist: Tim Farrell
VFX Producer: Felix Cabrera
Cora: Bianca Rusu
Mattie: Diana Irvine
Man on Horse: Larry Poole
The Follow-UpLonely. Scared. Insecure. But how's it going with you?
Is this the first film to be made completely in quarantine? Possibly.
'The Follow-Up' is Ben Berman's follow up film to 'The Amazing Johnathan Documentary (Hulu 2019).
Meanwhile in AmsterdamA social distance walk through the seemingly empty streets of Amsterdam during the Covid-19 outbreak, step by step, trying to deal with a new reality.
By: Meier & Counet
Camera/Edit: Jean Counet
Sound/Sound Design: Rik Meier
Aerials: Nikolaj Labuyanov
Thanks to: Annemiek Munneke & Mea Dols de Jong
(C) 2020 All Rights Reserved
Pink SlipAn employee is given surprising news by her boss -- but he plans to give her even more.
Director: Emma Debany
Written by and starring: Joey Katz and Emma Debany
Cinematographer: Craig Harmer
Production Designer: Mary Florence Brown
Three teenage girls break into a shut down pool. When uninvited guests show up, their friendship is tested and one of them is left behind.
Michael Tyler Jennings
Directed by Victoria Rivera
Produced by Camila Zavala
Co-Written by Neda Jebelli
Cinematography by Allison Anderson
Production Design by Juliana Steiner
Editor Julienne Jones
Sound Mixer- Kieran Altmann
Assistant Director - Jon Jones
Co-production Wild Combination
Production Coordinator - Katya Skakun
Production Assistant - Rob Kerr, Michael Dukas, Michael Piccirilli
1st Assistant Camera - Daniel Cardenas
2nd Assistant Camera - King Lu, Sushant Chaudhary
Gaffer - David Ospina
Key Grip - Zane Pappas
Grip - Devin Armstrong
On-set Photography - Jacob Krupnick
Post-Production Supervisor - Michael J. Cacioppo, Peter Vaughn
Graphic Designer - Maggie Briggs
Sound Designer - Igor Comes
Colorist - Kath Raisch at Company 3
Festivals // Awards:
WORLD PREMIERE Tribeca Film Festival 2019
WINNER Best Student Short Palm Springs Shortfest 2019
WINNER Best Fiction Film Bogota Short Film Festival 2019
WINNER Audience Award Nitehawk Shorts 2019
WINNER Prix Du Public Champs-Elysées Film Festival 2019
OFFICIAL SELECTION Telluride Film Festival 2019
OFFICIAL SELECTION Rooftop Films 2019
OFFICIAL SELECTION San Jose International Film Festival 2019
OFFICIAL SELECTION New Hampshire Film Festival 2019
OFFICIAL SELECTION Sun Valley Film Festival 2020
Ice BreakersJosh Crooks is a young, gifted African-Canadian hockey player in an overwhelmingly white sport. In its intimate story of transgenerational identity, Ice Breakers reveals the buried history of how Black athletes helped pioneer modern hockey, as Crooks discovers that his passion is tied to a remarkable heritage.
Directed by Sandi Rankaduwa - 2019 | 15 min
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There's Something in the Water"There's two kinds of lakes in the South: them that's got Giant Salvinia and them that's about to have Giant Salvinia."
Caddo Lake is the only natural lake in Texas, but its delicate eco-system is threatened by a seemingly unstoppable invasive species of floating fern: Giant Salvinia.
There's Something in the Water is an 8-minute animated documentary featuring interviews with people who live and work on the lake, demonstrating the damage that has been caused, and how everyone can work together to try and fix it.
Featuring the voices of Rick Michaels, Laura-Ashley Overdyke, Tim Bister, Billy Carter, Laura Speight, Howard Leftwich, Henry "Peanut" Lewis, Kizzie M. Hicks and Jay Webb.
Director - Rory Waudby-Tolley
Producer - Shannon S. Wynne
Executive Producer - Stephanie M. Casey
Associate Producer - Daniel Villanueva
Music - Dimitrios Ntontis
Sound - Marian Mentrup
Additional Animation - Rosanna Wan
Orville Peck "Queen of the Rodeo"Director: Austin Peters
Creative Direction: Carlos Santolalla
Video Production House: Radical Media
Video Producer: Danny Dewes
Editor: Marlo Caine at Cosmos Street
Director of Photography: Bill Kirstein
Stylist: Catherine Hahn
Production Designer: Wylie Gelber
Executive Video Producer: Jennifer Heath
Asst. Editor: Kyle Moriarty
Head of Production: Luiza Naritomi
Sound Design created by Q Department
Color and VFX by The Mill
VFX EP: Heath Raymond
VFX Leads: John McIntosh, Kshitj Khanna
VFX Artists: Luke Midgley, Lucia Hill Barroso
Colorist: Mikey Rossiter
Christopher "Click" Thompson
Bowie the horse
Special thanks to the Fort Worth Film Commission & Billy Bob's Texas Rodeo
VERTEmelia (BAFTA Nominee Nikki Amuka-Bird) and Jeff (Nick Frost) are an open minded couple celebrating their 20th wedding anniversary by venturing into the virtual reality world of 'Vert' together. Vert presents them with a character that is their ‘ideal self’ and what is supposed to be re-awakening for them as a couple becomes the unearthing of Jeff’s secret.
"Vert" is the winner of the Vimeo Staff Pick Award at the 2020 SXSW Film Festival
H O R S EA horse struggles to exist.
Concept, Direction and Animation : AJ Jefferies
Sound and Music : AJ Jefferies
SALI (TUESDAY), short film directed by Ziya DemirelAn ordinary school day for a teenage girl in Istanbul and her encounters with three different men as she goes to school, plays basketball and takes a bus on the way home.
Cannes Official Selection 2015
TIFF Official Seelection 2015
Sundance Official Selection 2016
Directed by: Ziya Demirel
Produced by: Anna Maria Aslanoglu - Istos film (Turquie / Turkey) / Olivier Berlemont & Emilie Dubois - oriGine films (France)
Director of Photography: Alice Stephens
Production Designer & Costume Designer: Eleanor Steiner
1st AD: Kean Szczur
Sound Designer: Gunay Demirci
Composer: Tommy Spender
Colourist: Abe Wynen
1st AC: Cameron Stewart
2nd AC: Jessa Rose, Oliver Reuben
Gaffer: Alaistair Duffield
Best Boy: Harry Byrne
Sound Recordist: Nick Whelan
Hair & Make Up Artist: Jenni Tighe
Production Assistant: Alec Wilson
BTS Stills: Nynno Bel-Air
Chris & Giulia Voce
Hummingbird, Savage Rentals, Offshoot Rentals
Robbie U-Man Simons
Sarah Banfield, Collective Talent
Maria Efthymiopoulos, 2 Divas
Louis and Roberta Cheung
David Rittey, Nora Niasari, Alex George, Bonnie Moir
Tim Richmond, Longplay
Family of Lydia Rui
BloomersNominated for Best Short Film at the British Animation Awards 2020
Winner of Best British Film at London International Animation Festival 2019
Winner of Best Documentary at ReAnima International Film Festival 2019
Animated fabric brings the story of a lingerie factory in Manchester to life. Silk, cotton and lace go under the camera, as the workers recount the history of Ella and Me, the UK garment manufacturing industry, and British family traditions of making. A specially composed soundtrack by Swedish composer Malin Bång, inspired by sounds of sewing machinery, evokes the ups and downs of the factory. Produced by Abigail Addison at Animate Projects.
A film by
at Animate Projects
Music performed by
David, Paulette, Hazel, Kim, Anne, Jackie, Myra, Keith, Janice, Jess
and all the team at Ella and Me https://ellaandme.co.uk/
at Helter Skelter Studios
Arts Council England
JUTLAND II | Breath of the SeasonsWatch in 4K or HD with headphones or quality sound in fullscreen - thank you!
'Breath of the Seasons' has been my personal project from early 2017 until early 2020.
Living around the Jutland peninsula in Denmark my entire life, what inspired me to make this
film was the very difference between winter, spring, summer and autumn in the already
diverse Jutlandic landscapes - and the visually beautiful story this has.
To show this cycle in nature through timelapse photography has been a mammoth task and
a huge completion for me personally. It has driven me through all spectres emotionally;
exhaustion, excitement, despair, joy and everything in between.
The countless hours spent on locations made me see and feel the difference of all four
seasons. It opened my eyes to how similar nature actually is to humans; As nature takes a
single breath all four seasons play before our eyes until she’s ready for the next breath and it
all starts over again.
Energy is everywhere and nothing is at a standstill.
Big thanks to timelapse colleague Henrik Matzen for always supporting and feedbacking
along the way.
Praise and thanks to my supportive family for always understanding my need to create.
Sound design by Slava Pogorelsky
Music: Davis Harwell - Eureka (Licensed on Musicbed)
Jonas Høholt all rights reserved. Unauthorized use of footage prohibited.
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Breast FriendsSome people can’t escape the voices in their head, but for Jess it’s the voices of her two larger-than-life talking breasts that she can't seem to get away from.
Directed by - Caitlin Young
Sound Design - Ioannis Spanos
Sound mix - Yin Lee
Voice actor (All characters) - Suzy Oxenham
Script- Caitlin Young, Tash Smurthwaite
Colouring Assistance - Alicia Wengler, Chloe Thomas
BFI London Film Festival 2019, Short of the Week, British Shorts Berlin 2020, Wanda Feminist Film Festival 2019, 21 Islands International Short Film Fest 2020
An homage to one of the best drummers of all time, Art Blakey.
Watch it in 4K!
FLUT by Malte SteinA dirty lake bursts its banks and begins to flood the town.
At last there´s a good reason to keep the son at home.
But in isolation, nightmarish associations start to mix with reality.
And whilst outside the world sinks peacefully under water,
a domestic apocalypse rages inside.
Manuela Buske, Darius Kolski, Gitte Hellwig, Malte Stein
Best First Film
Kinoproba Film Festival 2019
Best Animated Film Award
Toronto Arthouse Film Festival 2019
FAB Festival of Animation Berlin 2019
13th Annual TAIS Animation Showcase Toronto
Best Animated Film
Hong Kong Arthouse Film Festival 2019
Best First Film Zladko Grgic Award
ANIMAFEST Zagreb 2019
Grand Prix Animation
Mecal Pro International Short and Animation Film Festival 2019 - Barcelona
Sound & Image International Festival 2018, Macau
Best International Short Film
ANIMASIVO-Mexico City Contemporary Animation Festival 2018
Balkananima - European Animated Festival 2018 - Serbia
Tofuzi - International Festival of Animated Film 2018 - Georgia
Nominee for Børge Ring Award
OFF18, Odense International Film Festival 2018 - Denmark
Piccolo Festival dell'Animazione 2019
17th Mumia Brazil
Kinoproba Film Festival
LIAF 2019 London International Festival
Linz International Short Film Festival
Klappe Auf! Kurzfilmfestival
Feinaki Beijing Animation Week
21.Internationales Trickfilmfestival Wiesbaden
LUFF Lausanne Underground Film and Music Festival
Toronto Arthouse Festival
OAXACA Film Fest X
Sweaty Eyeballs Animation Festival
Ottawa International Animation Festival 2019
Bit Bang Fest
Festival of Animation FAB
FANTOCHE International Animation Film Festival
Warsaw Animation Film Fest
der Neue Heimatfilm Filmfest
La Guarimba Film Festival
4th Sacramento Underground Film & Arts Festival
13th Annual TAIS Animation Showcase
Super F!?ked Up Film Festival
SICAF 2019 The 23th Seoul International Cartoon & Animation Festival
KO:SH Film Festival
Fest Anca International Animation Festival
FECI Bogota International Independent Film Fairof Bogota
Animadeba 12th Festival Internacional de Animacion
Hong Kong Arthouse Film Festival
Festival d`Animation Annecy
Holly Weird Film Festival
Kinomorphia Film Festival
Bal Can Kino
Anifilm International Festival of Animated Film
29. Filmkunstfest MV
ITFS 26th International Festival of Animated Film Stuttgart
Cellu l`art Kurzfilmfestival
Filmfest Dresden International Shortfilm Festival
Skepto International Film Festival
Animakom International Animation Festival
Cinema Perpetuum Mobile ISFF
Mecal Pro Barcelona Internationl Short and Animation Festival
FluXus Animation Film Festival
VOID International Animation Film Festival 2019
CRASH-10th. International Fantastic Film Festival 2018
Sound & Image International Festival 2018
TINDIRINDIS International Animation Film Festival 2018
Magma - mostra di cinema breve
16th ANILOGUE International Animation Festival
ANIMASIVO-Mexico City Contemporary Animation Festival 2018
GIRAF animation festival 2018
Sommets du cinéma d`animation 2018
KFFK/Kurzfilmfestival Köln N°12
PÖFF-Black Nights Film Festival 2018
Asiana International Short Film Festival 2018
New Chitose Airport International Animation Festival 2018
DOK Leipzig/German Competition
Balkananima - European Animated Festival
Taichung International Animation Festival (TIAF)
Tofuzi - International Festival of Animated Film
AnimaSyros International Festival + Agora
Ars - Independent Festival 2018
Linoleum Animation Festival
Turku - Animated Film Festival
OFF18, Odense International Film Festival
AUDI - ELECTRIC WAVEDIRECTOR - DANIEL ASKILL
EDITOR - LORIN ASKILL
Double TapA screen-obsessed teen ignores an instagram chainmail.
Written & Directed by: Eros Vlahos
Produced by: Leah Draws, Honey Ross, Jed Shepherd
Story by: Tron Vlahos
Starring: Olive Gray as Chilli
The Dickless Troll as Himself
Edited by: Flaura Atkinson
Director Of Photography: Robert O'Kelly
Composer: Jeremy Warmsley
Visual Effects Supervisor: Steven Bray
Makeup Designer: Luke Stephens
Production Designer: Julia Grudnowska
Costume Designer: Alexi Kotkowska
Stunts: Nathaniel Marten
Sound Designer: Tom Keech
Colourist: Megan Lee, The Mill
First Assistant Director: Alex Mill
The Haggard dynasty,
Terry Davy, Spiros Vlahos
Official Selection SXSW 2020
Short Of The Week
DVEIN VS FLAMINGOSWe don't hate them, but we got addicted to mess with them.
Music by Banjo Soundscapes (https://banjosoundscapes.com/)
A HISTORY OF SILENCE: THE CINEMA OF LOIS WEBERIn 1914, Lois Weber became the first female director of a feature film.
She was one of the first women to own her own studio.
She made films that directly engaged with social issues like abortion, capital punishment, birth control, and power imbalances between men and women - all at a time before women could vote.
In the 1910s and 1920s, she was one of Hollywood’s most powerful figures, but by the time of her death in 1939 she was almost completely forgotten and bankrupt.
How did we forget one of the great pioneering voices in early filmmaking?
Weber’s story reveals the radical independent nature of Hollywood in the pre-studio era.
For a brief time, women were free to compete with men as producers, directors, entrepreneurs, and writers. Ambition, profitable work, and innovative ideas outweighed prejudices and social norms; allowing women to carve an impressive place for themselves in the origin of early Hollywood.
This was a time in Hollywood’s history when 40% of scripts were written by women. June Mathis was the highest paid executive of a major studio. The majority of post-production and editing was handled almost exclusively by women.
Lois Weber used that freedom to tell stories to a global audience that were socially relevant, groundbreaking, and are now completely forgotten.
The erasure of the influence of women in early Hollywood reads more like a conspiracy than an accident.
The discovery of the broad role of women in the origin of our industry forces you to re-examine the contemporary exclusion of women from the cinema.
It isn’t simply the case that women are working to create a new place for themselves amongst the ranks of male directors, producers, writers, and studio heads.
They are working to re-claim a place that was theirs from the beginning.
There were a ton of great research references that I found that I would highly recommend you check out for more information on Weber and other women of early Hollywood.
Check them out:
Lois Weber in Early Hollywood by Shelley Stamp
Lois Weber Interviews edited by Martin F. Norden
Silent Women: Pioneers of Cinema by Melody Bridges, Cheryl Robson
Go West, Young Women! The Rise of Early Hollywood by Hilary Hallett
Women Film Pioneers Project: https://wfpp.columbia.edu/
Visual References: Dawson City: Frozen in Time, What Do Men Want, The Blot, Where Are My Children?, Sunshine Molly, Idle Wives, Hypocrites, Suspense, The Girl in the Armchair, From Death to Life, Too Many Wives, The Great Train Robbery, The Rosary, Eleanor's Catch, Pioneers: First Women Filmmakers
powerwash (i love you)*warning! contains rude words*
a short short by rory wt.
sound mix by skillbard.
sarah, what are you looking at?
BASIC -- a very, very, very short filmwritten & directed by Chelsea Devantez
Follow Chelsea on Insta and Twitter @ChelseaDevantez
NOBU - a stylized portrait of a Japanese immigrantNOBU is a short film about former world champion karate and Japanese immigrant Nobuaki Konno. In this film his daughter and fashion designer Lisa Konno asks him about cultural differences while he wears a collection she made for him. The film combines aesthetics with humour and social engagement with optimism.
Director: Sarah Blok - firstname.lastname@example.org
Design: Lisa Konno - email@example.com
Distribution: Kapitein Kort - info[at]kapiteinmedia.nl
La course navette / The Beep Test"Wojtek is a mysterious new student at school. This is why he is a prey designated for Thomas and Philippe, two students in search of entertainment. Not finding the words in front of his assailants, Wojtek will go back to his physical education course to express the substance of his thoughts."
Cast: Theodore Pellerin, Antoine L'Ecuyer et Antoine Desrochers
Writer and Director: Maxime Aubert
Production: Audrey D.Laroche
Director of Photography: Hugo Gendron
Production Design: Charlie Beaudoin
Editing: Maxime Aubert
Sound Design and Mixing: Ivann Uruena et Jerome Guilleaume
Regard sur le Court Métrage, Saguenay | 2017 | Official Competition *BEST DIRECTOR*
Off-Courts Trouville, France | 2017 | Official Competition *AUDIENCE AWARD*
Paris Court Devant, France | 2017 | Official Competition *GRAND PRIX DU SYNDICAT FRANÇAIS DE LA CRITIQUE*
Les Percéides, Quebec | 2017 | Official Competition
SPAFAX Air Canada | 2017 | Presentation
Carrousel du Film de Rimouski, Quebec | 2017 | Official Competition
Int. Children’s Film Festival Filem’On, Belgium | 2017 | Official Competition
Festival du Film Francophone de Tuebingen, Germany | 2017 | Official Competition
Namur Francophone Int. Film Festival, Belgium | 2017 | Official Competition
Milano Int. Short Film Festival, Italy | 2017 | Official Competition
Interfilm Berlin | 2017 | Official Competition
FICFA, Moncton | 2017 | Official Competition
Whistler Film Festival, Colombie-Britannique | 2017 | Official Competition
Festival Plein Écran, Montréal | 2017 | Official Competition
Rendez-Vous du Cinéma Québécois, Montréal | 2018 | Official Competition
Clujshorts, Roumanie | 2018 | Official Competition
Canadian Screen Award | 2018 | Official Competition
Prix PCC! Montréal | 2018 | Official Competition
Akbank Short Film Festival, Égypte | 2018 | Official Competition
Cellu l'art Short Film Festival, Allemagne | 2018 | Official Competition
Bangladesh Film Festival | 2018 | Official Competition
RiverRun Film Festival | 2018 | Official Competition
BCN Sport Film Festival, Spain | 2018 | Official Competition
Festival 48 Images secondes | 2018 | Offficial Competition
Fest – New Directors / New Films
Festival Phare, USA | 2018 | Official Competition
Seattle Int. Film Festival | 2018 | Official Competition
Partie d’campagne, France | 2018 | Official Competition
Basta Fest, Serbie | 2018 | Official Competition
La Guarimba Short Film Festival, Italie | 2018 | Official Competition
Buster Int. Film Festival Children & Youth, Danemark | 2018 | Official Competition
Festival du 1er Film Francophone de La Ciotat, France | 2018 | Official Competition
Kerry Film Festival, Irlande | 2018 | Official Competition
Raymonde or the Vertical Escape by Sarah Van Den BoomRaymonde is really fed up with peas, aphids, dirty panties and her kitchen garden to dig. After all, she would prefer sex, and love, and the immensity of the sky...
Short animation film written and directed by Sarah Van Den Boom
"Raymonde or the Vertical Escape" is this week's Staff Pick Premiere. Read more about it here: https://vimeo.com/blog/post/staff-pick-premiere-raymonde-or-the-vertical-escape/
Le potager, les petits pois, les pucerons et les culottes sales, Raymonde en a vraiment assez. Tout compte fait, elle préfèrerait le sexe, puis l'amour, puis l'immensité du ciel...
Court métrage d'animation écrit et réalisé par Sarah Van Den Boom
Produit par / Produced by Papy3D and JPL Films
PLACEWanting a fresh start, Lauren (Emily Green) moves into a house with her daughter (Stella Edwards) and new boyfriend (Nick Hurley)—but the spirits of the house have plans to turn them all against each other in very bizarre ways.
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More importantly - if you're young and healthy please consider donating some of your awesome blood to the American Red Cross because there is a national shortage. Find a nearby drive or location at www.redcrossblood.org.
Also please wash your beautiful hands.
TRAJECTOIRESTRAJECTOIRES est une expérience cosmique sur le mouvement et lumière.
Un film de
HUGO MANHES (instagram.com/hugomanhes)
En collaboration avec
SXSW Animated Shorts Competition 2020
Glas Animation Festival 2019
Kaboom Animation Film Festival 2019
Directed by Tuna Bora & Jonathan Djob Nkondo
Written and produced by Tuna Bora
Storyboards: Tuna Bora & Jonathan Djob Nkondo
Design: Tuna Bora
Animators: Jonathan Djob Nkondo, Nelson Boles, Vincent Tsui, Mohamed Fadera
Lead Compositor: Stéphane Coëdel
Compositing: Sarah Blank
Foley & Sound Design: Sam Plattner
Re-recording Mixer: Owen Granich-Young
Music: Niv Bavarsky
Production Companies: Frengers LLC, ModerneJazz
Based on preexisting work by Tuna Bora.
Nowness - Photographers in Focus: Alec SothPhotographers in Focus: Alec Soth
Isolation and silent unrest is at the heart of this visual storyteller’s tale of contemporary America
Sleeping by the Mississippi, the monograph published in 2004 by photographer Alec Soth, was a landmark photobook that established him as one of the most evocative chroniclers of contemporary life in America. Embarking on a series of spontaneous road trips along the Mississippi river, Soth’s formative work follows in the tradition of the ‘on-the-road’ photography of Robert Frank, Walker Evans and Stephen Shore, capturing the spellbinding landscapes, eclectic communities and individuals that exist outside of the global spotlight.
In this special edition of Photographers in Focus, commissioned with Magnum Photos in support of their online learning platform, Magnum Learn, filmmaker Joppe Rog hits the road with Soth as he seeks out exciting topographies and inspiring faces around his home state of Minnesota.
The episode unveils some of Soth’s most iconic images, such as Peter's Houseboat (2002), an intriguing large-format image centered around clothes hung on a drying line in the middle of a snow-covered expanse—a picture that invites viewers to contemplate isolation and home comforts. Misty (2005), his compelling portrait of a woman wearing a swimming cap and full face of make-up, was captured with such exacting shallow depth of field that her ears, shoulders and collarbone blur into the distance, rendering her all the more enigmatic.
Soth’s artistry lies in his ability to make the most modest images cavort with light and texture. The photographer’s most recent book, I Know How Furiously Your Heart Is Beating (2019), includes Leopold (2018); an image of an elderly man with a stick-and-poke abdomen tattoo splayed across a sofa—his expression a heady mixture of fragility and defiance.
All these images, liked many of his others, invite audiences to consider topics such as illness, art, death, religion and politics across the States. Soth became a member of Magnum Photos in 2008, an event that marked his power to evoke the ineffable and produce serene images tempered by silent unrest.
Produced in partnership with Magnum Photos to celebrate the launch of Alec Soth: Photographic Storytelling, Magnum’s second online photographic learning course. Visit learn.magnumphotos.com
Director - Joppe Rog
DOP - Joseph Dunn
Producer - Joppe Rog
1st AC - Jacob Chase Jacobus
Sound opp - Christian Wilner
Production Assistent - Sam Rickner
Magnum Education Manager - Michael Sargeant
Senior Education Manager - Shannon Graham
Nowness Commissioner - Shelley Jones
Oh Sees - GholüFilmed in our attic, this is the official video for Oh Sees - Gholü.
I made puppets with Natasha Nicholson, props are by Alan Barr and there are some additional street sets from Ian Watson and Sarah Edwards.
Meat is Murder!
Zoe and HanhA young woman is caught in a lie by her suspicious mom. With tensions already high from recently losing a loved one, their relationship unhinges.
2020 SXSW Film Festival Official Selection
2020 Short Of The Week Official Selection
2020 Horizon Award - Finalist
Writer/Director: Kim Tran
Producer: Erin Miller
Executive Producers: Tina Nguyen and Tuan Tran
Kim Tran as Zoe
Nguyen Stanton as Hanh
Frank Sanchez as Andy
Linzy Beltran as Roommate
Director of Photography: Mariana Gonzalez
Editor: Michael Juarez
Production Design: A Wortz
Sound Recordist: Matthew Kluchin
Sound Mixer: Korey Pereira
Colorist: Mariana Gonzalez
Visual Effects: Juan Pablo Jaramillo
BTS: Erin Miller
Production Assistant: Leah Carlisle
Out There Productions, Michener Center for Writers, Plow Burger, Buzzmill, Mour Cafe, Via 313
Film facebook: https://www.facebook.com/zoeandhanhfilm/
Film instagram: https://www.instagram.com/zoeandhanhfilm/
My instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kimtran.texas/
My twitter: https://twitter.com/KimTranTexas
How Originala video by Jared Sherbert for Stüssy.
The silence withinThe perception of the world is a reflection of one‘s mind. A man visits an institution of silence for facing his inner conflicts. He is brought to different rooms which provide different aspects of silence. None of these help him find inner balance, so he has to go deeper in his mind and confront the initial incident itself.
NOAH // Christian Löffler (Official Music Video)The ways in which we connect with one another are shaped by the tools we use to communicate. When the old tools disappear, those forms of connection die with them.
This video explores the experiences of three real people in three different cities.
MONTRÉAL // Ohannes “Johnny” Bedrossian
LONDON // Magdalene Mills + Gerald Vanderpuye
BERLIN // Dylan Kerr + Jack Scollard
Directed by Mishka Kornai
Produced by Theia.Studio
Commissioned by Ki Records / Juste Survilaite
Editor: Patrick Moccia
Producer: Letty Houldsworth
Colorist: Kaitlyn Battistelli
Movi Operators: Austin Sumner-Grass, Sal Redpath, Robert Paul Kothe
Montreal Producer: Rachelle Alexandra Fleury
Post Production: Ethos Studio
Camera assistants: Jon Barlas, Elliot Poyzer, Lukas Schaaf, Tucker Grindstaff
Archival Scanning: Gary Munden
Additional Still Photography: Jack Scollard, Letty Houldsworth
London Casting: Anna McAuley
London Makeup: Holly Gallienne-Schmidt
Compositing: Mishka Kornai
Paintouts: Tanner Merrill
Production Assistant: Kenny Bernklau,
Special Thanks: Jerad Anderson, Arthur Jongebloed, Gaia Seguin Lutz, Victoria Perlini, Kate Villevoye, Pippy Houldsworth, Will Niava, Dan Carr, Jeremy Comte, Sophia Murlowski, Judith Jakob, Post-Moderne, Ariel Fisher, Trevor Doherty, Luke Orlando, Fraser Munden, Rebecca Hearn, Ellen Zweig
JayThis is the story of Jay. A simple man.
Featuring Jay Kyle Petersen
Director: Nickolas Duarte
Editor: Matthew King
Director of Photography: Will Turner
Producers: Frank Armendarez, Sonia Campbell, Nickolas Duarte
Young Jay: Destiny Vasquez
Teen Jay/Young Man: Stephanie Ingmire
Male Date: Jared Craven
Female Date: Dylan Page
Grandma Petersen: Pat Kaye
Mother/Hooded Figure: Kimberly Wolcott
Father/Hooded Figure: Steve McKee
Cousin/Hooded Figure: Bradford Trajan
Uncle/Hooded Figure: Drew Grubich
Grandpa/Hooded Figure: Mark Klugheit
Jay Kyle Petersen
Penny the dog
Kool Cat the cat
1st AD (interviews): Keith Wagner
1st AD (reenactments): Frank Armendarez
Sound Design & Mix: Mike Clark
Production Designer: Jessica Van Ravenswaay
Locations: Frank Armendarez
Make Up: Sonia Campbell
Location Audio: Mike Clark
DIT (interviews): Ben Montemayor
G & E Team: Chance Roberts, Evan Colten
Production Assistants: Katie Healey, Christina Evans, Stephanie Orr
Dog Wrangler: Christia Abell
Cat Wrangler: Randy R. Culpepper
Pig Wrangler: Angel Canez
Colorist: Will Turner
Executive Producer: Nickolas Duarte
"Nocturnal" by Gio Galanti
"Rape For Profit" by Tony Anderson
"Last Ghost Town" by Triads
"Nightmare" by Triads
"Atlantis" by The White Birch
"Track 02" Ghosts I - Nine Inch Nails
"Track 01" Ghosts I - Nine Inch Nails
"Track 34" Ghosts IV - Nine Inch Nails
Nine Inch Nails tracks off the album Ghosts are provided via Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial Share Alike License
Sacred Heart of Jesus
Soul and Guardian Angel Energies of Costa Rica Rain Forest
Guardian Angel Soul Energy of Cat Sidney
A Place of Angels and the Angels Wept
Guardian Angel Soul Energy of Karen Symons
Pain transmuted with God into a Miracle of Joy
Energy of Rescued Whale Gracie
Soul Painting of Sea Mammals and Marine Life
Venus During Solar Eclipse I
Guardian Angel Soul Energy Painting - Guardian Angel Painting of T. - Islands of the Apostles"
all artwork is copyright Jay Kyle Petersen and may not be reproduced or distributed in any way.
Illuminate Film Festival
Peach Tree Properties
Suzie Q. Emmanuel
Randy R. Culpepper
Dr. Christina M. Laukaitis, MD, PhD, FACP
Director of Genetic Consultation and Counseling
Center for Applied Genetics and Genomic Medicine
University of Arizona College of Medicine
Gail Martino, MA, CGC
University of Arizona
Pamela A. Bogan, MS, PA
Urology Care, PC
Reverend Thomas D. Picton, C.Ss.R.
Priest and Director Desert House of Prayer
Picture Rocks, Arizona
Former Congressman Ron S. Barber
CD-8, CD-2 Arizona
Liz Hill, Field Manager
Southern Arizona, Phlebotomist
Alpha Carpet Care
Dr. Judith Becker, PhD.
Head of Psychology
University of Arizona
Dr. Phillip Miller, MD
Santa Clara Kaiser, California
Reverend Joel T. Ireland
Brooklyn, New York
Dr. David W. Foerster, MD
Okalahoma City, Oklahoma"
The Troubles with Darkness in HorrorDarkness in movies can be trickier than you think.
The Shrewd AwakeningTHE SHREWD AWAKENING…
‘The Shrewd Awakening’ is vivid, flirtatious, electric and inconceivable.
Everyday objects flow together in unexpected and serendipitous ways allowing the film to unfold a subconscious narrative that is open to the viewers interpretation.
The focus is on the hyperreal surrealism; the style that is always apparent in our body of work. It’s illusional with bizarre elements and a humoristic tone.
Film by Peter Tomaszewicz & Christiana Perdiou
Sound Contour Studio & Jürgen Branz
Mild Minds - Walls (ft. Boats)A story about migration, displacement, and family separation.
Some behind-the scenes here:
Mild Minds - "Walls" (ft. Boats)
Label: Foreign Family Collective
Director, Editor, VFX: Colin Read
Production Company: Unit9
Executive Producer: Giacomo Vigliar
Producer: Francesco Rizzo
Cinematographer: Andrew Maso
1st AC/Key Grip: Alex Frishman
Colorist: Samuel Gursky at Irving Harvey
Color producer: Kerry Mack
Additional VFX: Sam Jones
Talent: Ana Suarez and Alberto Suarez
Rep: Hands LDN
Dr. Albert LINAS PHILLIPS
Letta KYLE MIZUNO
Dr Sato WILL HINES
Harrietta ASHLEIGH HAIRSTON
Dr. Manny SAM BUCHANAN
Guitar Teacher ERIC D. JOHNSON
Guitar Student LIAM WESIERSKI
Happy Scientist ADAM WILLIS
ERIC D. JOHNSON
Jason Look @Looksdiscount
Art Assistant VICTORIA POSH
First Assistant Camera DEVON MCKINNEY
Production Sound Mixer / Boom Operator KEVIN CHUNG LEE CHENG
Electric SAIGE KRISTIAN
Production Assistant RILEY DONAHUE
A Counterpart Pictures production
In association with Keeper Content
FILMMAKERS WOULD LIKE TO THANK
SHIPPING + HANDLING
The CollectorThe true cost for relief can be unexpected.
Short Of The Week : https://www.shortoftheweek.com/2020/03/12/the-collector/
A short film by Marcus Alqueres - firstname.lastname@example.org
Manager: Scott Glassgold, Ground Control
Written, Directed, Cinematography, and Produced by MARCUS ALQUERES
Co-Producer: STEFANO CAPUZZI LAPIETRA
Editor: MARCUS ALQUERES - DEO TEIXEIRA
Pepe: STEFANO CAPUZZI LAPIETRA
Julie: NATHÁLIA BOGA
Father: PLÍNIO SOARES
“A” Camera Operator: MARCO TÚLIO GUGLIELMONI
“B” Camera Operator: FILIPPO CAPUZZI LAPIETRA
First Assistant Camera: PETERSON LOMOVTOV
Second Assistant Camera: RAQUEL BALBINO
Gaffer: WALÉRIO ROSA
MARIO MARIOTTO - O2 FILMES - CÉLIA REGINA - FIGUEIROA - RODINEI LAPIETRA - SCOTT GLASSGOLD - BEATRIZ COSTA - CAROL OZZI - CECÍLIA HOMEM DE MELO
JULIANA SALVIANO - MONSTECAM - JKL - ELITECAM - MOVIECENTER - FÁBRICA BRASILEIRA DE IMAGENS - CINECIDADE - EVERYONE WHO KINDLY GAVE THEIR FEEDBACK THROUGHOUT THE PROCESS
The Zo - Episode 1: InductionIn this short docuseries, keep your eyes on creator/artist Molly Crabapple as she illustrates the ways disorienting rules and impossible tasks are used to control incarcerated people. Michael K. Williams (The Wire) narrates this series that was produced in partnership with The Marshall Project.