This film is a collaborative piece of work - made by Anna Cady (artist) Em Cooper (animator) and Jenny Cuffe (radio journalist) commissioned by Pathways for Women’s Empowerment and Screen South.
In this film three passionate women tell stories of kidnap, corruption and secret societies as they fight to improve the position of women in politics in Sierra Leone. Oil painted animation and live action present issues of gender and politics as compelling and thought provoking viewing. Official Selection Sundance Film Festival 2013
Flight Facilities new single with Micky Green called ’ Stand Still ‘
Available here - smarturl.it/StandStillFF
Nouveau single de Micky Green appelé «Stand Still ‘
Kid - Geovanny Champ Martinez
Mom - Sherrill Martinez
Neighbour - Patrick Kanemann
Parking Cop - Brad Young
Cheerleaders - Dani Bain, Charlie Kanter, Kyra Levenson, Cameron Smith
Director Dave Ma
Exec. Producer - Laura Tunstall
Producer - Jason Baum
Producer - Judy Craig
Cinematography - Benjamin Kitchens
Editor - Cami Starkman
Production Designer - Callie Andreadis
Set Decorator - Chryssanthy Kofidou
Stylist - Laura Eckert
Make-Up - Frances Ferris
Colourist - Ricky Gausis
1st Ac - Leonard Walsh
2nd Ac - Joe Dibartolomeo
Steadicam - Ross Coscia
Gaffer - Kevin Miller
Best Boy - Joshua Atkin
Key Grip - Sergio Silva
Best Boy - Brandon Jones
Jib - Ryan Elliott
Assistant Editor - John Carner
Mpc Colour Grading Producer - Amanda Ornelas
Set Pas - Jeff Cobb, Alonzo Beas, Jessica Green
Raddest Boy - Tate Bradshaw
Security - Chuck Mccoy
2013 Austin Film Festival
2013 SF Docfest
2013 Sidewalk Film Festival (Winner: Best Documentary Short)
2013 Indie Memphis Film Festival (Winner: Special Jury Prize)
2013 Cucalorus Film Festival
A practical and theoretical treatise on the artisanal craft of pencil sharpening. The number one #2 pencil sharpener in the world, David Rees takes viewers through the delicate process of sharpening a pencil by hand.
a film by KENNETH PRICE
written by DAVID REES
camera operator DAVID HAMBRIDGE
sound mixer JUSTIN DRUST
composer FRANCIS DYER
It’s not a secret we love robots here at BLR, so we wanted them to be the heroes in our latest promo clip. Luxury cars with powerful engines to drive through roads under severe speed restrictions, cable TV that allows us to pay to watch all kind of sports, all from our comfortable sofa, and of course, hyper expensive cell phones that do almost everything but making a decent phone call.
Yes, our happiness is based on things we don’t need and governed by entities we don’t control, so what? Sit down and turn on the tv!
The robots were taken from real Japanese robot model kits, and they now hold a privileged position in our freak museum. The bad guy spits real smoke out of its mouth! The environment is made of cardboard houses that were integrated with the help of camera tweaks. It all serves to the purpose of creating a dumb homogeneous atmosphere in which we’re defined by what we’ve got, that is, the same lame things.
Don’t take the message too seriously. This is a promo video we’ve done to laugh at ourselves. We all have an i-diot inside, and it’s so fun!
A tale by Big Lazy Robot VFX
Music and sound design by Full Basstards
This movie is based on over than 200 videos stored on the web
by current users (mostly from Youtube and Vimeo).
A computer displays a day in the life of the common man
in the early years of the 21st century seen through internet
video data, using a basic chronological keyword research :
‘Moonset’, ‘Sunrise’, ‘Waking’, ‘Breakfast’…
As we record the littlest details of our lives on the Internet,
it tends to become an incredible humankind testimony for the
future and human Memory now depends on computer’s hard drives.
But what if the system suddenly fell down ?
ESAG Penninghen graduation project
MOORS is Keith Stanfield with Production by HH.
Director: David M. Helman
Producer: Jamie Geoghan
Cinematographer: Trevor Wineman
Editor: Nick Rondeau @ Arcade Edit
Colorist: Greg Reese @ The Mill
Online Artist: Austin Hickman-Fain @ Airship Post
1st AC: Paulina Bryant
Grips: Brendan Kenney & Spencer Owens
Special Thanks: Kozyndan, Colin Palmer & Laura Tunstall
Filmed in Hawthorne, CA.
Fortunes is an experimental comedy that portrays a collection of domestic rituals, highlighting the monotony of repetitive daily routines.
Its an study on perception, ultimately demonstrating how doing something long enough can drive you crazy.
Spazzkid’s single from the album “Desire (願う)”
"Loneliness in a crowded city. A girl is abandoned with a mysterious suitcase."
Starring - Rika Hirota
Shot and Directed - Czar Campos
Edit - Paco Raterta and Czar Campos
Special Thanks - Kento Nakada, Taishi Arai, Kento Watanabe
We are the Transparent Machines™ | fullscreen please |
Our society is obsessed with the conflicting concepts of transparency and privacy. We are “outraged” by the actions of the NSA, yet continue to willfully upload more and more of our personal information to Facebook and Google. This film explores the contradictory nature of our actions and beliefs regarding transparency.
see the REMIX: vimeo.com/79293746
Directed by Teppei Koseki
■Award ＆ Screening
・Image Forum Festival 2013 / Selected / Tokyo, Kyoto, Fukuoka, Yokohama, Nagoya
・8TH Sapporo International Short Film Festival / prize / Toho Plaza (Sapporo)
・3331 Chiyoda Arts Festival 2013/prize/3331 Arts Chiyoda（Tokyo）
・SHIFT DOTMOV FESTIVAL 2013/selected/home and abroad
"The Heat" is a short documentary about Heather "The Heat" Hardy, a single mother and professional boxer who was displaced by Hurricane Sandy. Heather uses fighting to provide a living for her and her daughter, Annie, while simultaneously pushing the sport of women’s boxing into the mainstream.
Postcard From 1952 by Explosions In The Sky // Across the Sky by Adam Taylor // My Tears Are Becoming a Sea by M83 | Note: Music cues are temporary, custom score coming soon.
Cover image by Sara Forrest. saraforrestphoto.com
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