Deep in Louisiana’s swampland, a woman wakes from a fever dream where it has been August for 16 years.
Trojan Horse is a cybermelodrama set in the Screen. When Mundo realizes Mother has been using him as a Trojan Horse virus online, he decides to change his life. With the help of Human, he will find a way to log out of the Screen.
Mindcastle’s latest experimental film — and the second installment of our Filmsupply Presents series — is a testament to the power of creative improvisation and whim. Shot in two contrasting locations (an abandoned swimming pool and a Japanese supermarket), Fukuro captures a freestyle breakdancer’s spontaneous choreography, as she is transported[…]
There is always movement, even in stillness. Things around us are constantly changing in tiny ways that we don’t notice, eventually building up to growth and death. In “Confluence,” a new film by director Noah Shulman, viewers look beyond what the human eye is capable of seeing to experience those[…]
A girl walks through the beach with thoughts of what could be
A maladroit bumbler marvels at an associate’s sustained charm and fluidity in contrast to his own ineptness. What begins as a simple spirit of inquiry quickly becomes a dark obsession. A film that lets us explore, in a rather unusual way, the depths of a person’s dark obsessions. Devereux Milburn’s[…]
YOUNG SEA is a visual poem set to and inspired by the poem of the same name by Carl Sandburg. Director’s Statement YOUNG SEA is a visual poem drawn from multiple sources of inspiration. The first is Carl Sandburg’s poem of the same name, which is featured as the vocal[…]
Calarts Experimental Animation student film featuring living neon signs in an alternate world where media roams free, just not like how it does in ours.
This 3 minute film follows a young girl. She pictures what it’d be like to be a ballerina using her imagination. The film is narrated by JK Rowling discussing the power of imagination. It gives us joy, excitement, and empathy into others circumstances. Make sure you watch till the end.
A poignant tale of loss and loneliness. This dance film features world-renowned Batsheva dancer-choreographer Bobbi Jene Smith in a hypnotic performance to Radiohead’s “True Love Waits”. Director’s Statement I originally wrote a script about a girl returning to her childhood home and reliving painful memories, but when we found this[…]