Category: Shorts

Trial_and_Error_still02

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Aug2016
Antje Heyn TRIAL & ERROR Germany, 2016, 5' 27“   TRIAL & ERROR A film about a lost shirt button, perfectionist aunts, busy cats, startled parrots—and a long-lost friend.   Antje Heyn (*1979 in Bergen auf Rügen) is a Berlin based animation director and illustrator. Her work is inspired by daily observations of urban living and culture as ... Read More
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The Meadow 02

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Aug2016
Jela Hasler THE MEADOW Switzerland, 2015, 9'   THE MEADOW In a dry, barren landscape, a herd of cattle is grazing, accompanied by dogs, looked after by cowboys. Step by step the seemingly peaceful place starts to prove fallacious to the viewer –while the cows end their day as it begun.   Jela Hasler Lives in Zurich, she ... Read More
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Blood Brothers

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Aug2016
Marco Espirito Santo & Miguel Coimbra BLOOD BROTHERS Portugal, 2015, 6' 21“   BLOOD BROTHERS The film follows one night in the life of the Forcados Amadores de Montemor, a bullfighting suicide squad in Portugal. Returning to the biggest arena for the first time without their fallen leader, they must channel his invincible spirit.   Marco Espirito ... Read More
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Seas of Pearls

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Aug2016
Katrina Daschner PERLENMEERE Austria, 2016, 9'   SEAS OF PEARLS Jellyfish floating gracefully through the water. Gently swaying sea anemones. Fragmenting closeups of naked skin. Gaping fissures in rough rock. Sensual body sculptures that blend in their similarity of form and montage to a hybrid film body: silent, beautiful, erotic. The reproduction of bodies far ... Read More
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Spazio-tempo prelude 2

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Aug2016
Roberto D'Alessandro SPAZIO-TEMPO: PRELUDE France, Italy, 2016, 5' 15“   SPACE-TIME: PRELUDE A mountain landscape dances under the effects of quantic fluctuations of information. The discrete nature of the recording system dialectically interact with the apparent continuity of reality, revealing a landscape which tends towards abstraction.   Roberto D'Alessandro Born and raised in Sicily, after his studies on ... Read More
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Vigil 02

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Aug2016
Rita Cruchinho Neves VIGIL Portugal, 2015, 12'   VIGIL One day, Vigil stumbles upon his everyday life. Does his individual development lead him to a wider space of freedom or to the tragic awareness that, after all, he is no more than a part of a whole?   Rita Cruchinho Neves Born in 1974 in Lisboa, Portugal. Between ... Read More
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Susurrus

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Aug2016

SUSURRUS – Na Yon Cho

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Na Yon Cho SUSURRUS USA, 2016, 5'   SUSURRUS On seeing a dead man.   Na Yon Cho An interdisciplinary filmmaker who grew up in numerous parts of both South Korea and the United States. Influenced by her diverse upbringing, she is fascinated by and is perceptive of the inevitable impact various social conflicts have on an individual’s ... Read More
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TRAIN

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Aug2016
Olivier Chabalier VLAK France, Croatia, 2015, 12' 40''   TRAIN It takes us on a voyage through dark and surreal landscapes of imagination. Governed by its tracks it passes different stages of life: from affection, knowledge, dreams to loneliness and death. A story about voyage, an allegory about determination, destiny and existence.   Olivier Chabalier (1980) studied film at ... Read More
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Squame

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Aug2016
Nicolas Brault SQUAME Canada, 2015, 4' 06“   SQUAME Exploring the body's sensitive envelope: the skin. The animation of the ephemeral shedding (created with sugar casts) evokes the fragile landscapes in a world on the edge of abstraction.   Nicolas Brault Born in 1975 in Montreal, Nicolas Brault is a graduate of the Université du Québec à Montréal ... Read More
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Bone

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Aug2016

BONE – Jenny Brady

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Jenny Brady BONE Ireland, 2015, 10' 48“   BONE In a photography studio, we see Sally, a Labrador Retriever sitting for a series of portraits. Bone unfolds as a series of conversations between male crew members, uncovering unexpected mutualities between the animal and female subject. Through these exchanges, ‘the animal’ unexpectedly takes on attributes of ... Read More
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