Category: Shorts

Tucuman

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Aug2016
Natalia Ryss TUCUMAN Russia, 2015, 6’ 20”   TUCUMAN At the beginning it was the Day… and the Night was not. Night was lurking in the depths of water - at the heart of the Nut Tucuman...   Natalia Ryss Was born in Rostov-on-Don, lived and worked there as a director-animator and an artist after graduating VGIK in ... Read More
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Six portraits of Clara Schumann

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Aug2016
Stuart Pound SIX PORTRAITS OF CLARA SCHUMANN UK, 2015, 3'   SIX PORTRAITS OF CLARA SCHUMANN Six Portraits of Clara Schumann resolves into perhaps the oldest multiple we know.   Stuart Pound Lives in London and has worked in film, digital video, sound and the visual arts since the early 1970’s. Since 1995 he has collaborated with the ... Read More
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Under the Sun

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Aug2016
Yang Qiu RI GUANG ZHI XIA China, Australia, 2015, 19'   UNDER THE SUN One incident occurs, two families tangle. There’s nothing new under the sun.   Yang Qiu Was born and raised in Changzhou, China. In 2013, he was selected to the directing course at the Victorian College of the Arts, Australia. In 2015, his short “Under ... Read More
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Wearing the Fog

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Aug2016
Yafei Qi WEARING THE FOG China, 2016, 13’38”   WEARING THE FOG A family living in a city whose industry is developing rather rapidly. Inside of the family, it is full of indifference, confrontation and estrangement. Due to the lack of administrative control, the air pollution is very serious in this city. In daily life, ... Read More
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Mesmer

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Aug2016

MESMER – Grant Petrey

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Grant Petrey MESMER Spain, UK, 2015, 7' 14“   MESMER Situated with Artaud’s ideas of the experiential and assault, Mesmer explores subjectivity and sublime experience to question accepted knowledge and perceptions of phenomena and “truth”. Juxtaposing a tension between highly mediated and animated visuals that work reflexively with intense affective elements is central to this ... Read More
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The Interpreter 02

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Aug2016
Noriko Okaku THE INTERPRETER UK, 2015, 6' 29“   THE INTERPRETER A vague narrative that follows the structure of original tarot card, Major Arcana, such as The fool’s journey throughout the rest of 21 scenes to acquire knowledge towards the end. This animation, The Interpreter, was made after creating a series of tactile 22 collage ... Read More
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Boy Who Cried Fish

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Aug2016
Dalia Musaad THE BOY WHO CRIED FISH! USA, 2015, 18’   THE BOY WHO CRIED FISH! Miranda's life falls into pieces when her son, Adam, wouldn’t take off her blue bra. After accidentally watching a violent incident on Television, Adam carries the burden of what he saw to face a similar situation. As a single mother of ... Read More
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Home

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Aug2016

HOME – Daniel Mulloy

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Daniel Mulloy HOME UK, Kosovo, 2016, 20'   HOME As thousands of men, women and children attempt to get into Europe, a comfortable English family sets out on what appears to be a holiday.   Daniel Mulloy Daniel Mulloy is an artist and filmmaker. His short films have won BAFTA, BIFA and Clermont Ferrand as well as near ... Read More
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PLATEAU

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Aug2016
Vanessa Nica Mueller PLATEAU Germany, 2015, 12’ 42”   PLATEAU A man wanders through abandoned, deserted cities. Two women have found a temporary room of shelter. All three of them seem to be disoriented. PLATEAU tells about a condition of alienation, about a dystopian urban emptiness. Film locations were based on real shrinking cities in ... Read More
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A B C A M

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Aug2016
Richard Martin A B C A M Canada, 2015, 7’ 54”   A B C A M A B C A M (or A & B Cam) presents a scene from a TV movie where the angles have been superimposed to explore cinematic conventions. It reveals the narrative, angles as well as the adjustments in ... Read More
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