A man walks through Brooklyn photographing creatures. Director’s Statement KrAbBamLGraM is an experimental film about a peculiar photographer, hunting and capturing elusive creatures with his camera. The grotesque creatures, names of which only he seems to know, live in the crevices of the city, amongst people who unseeingly pass by.[…]
A Full CGI Graduation Film by Martin Nabelek. This atmospheric short will leave you contemplating just what awaits us as we venture beyond our own small world. What strange journeys lie in store, and what piece will humankind add to the grand design?
A young woman arrives in a new city. She looks at the people around her and realizes that she doesn’t belong to that world, that everything is alien to her. Even so, she tries to pretend to be one of them, to fit into this strange place. Directors Notes Aliens[…]
This experimental micro-film follows a dreamer as she runs from her fears. Director’s Statement This piece was birthed out of my own inability to strike a balance between the commercial world and the art world, and a need to learn how to let go of my own self-doubt. This surreal[…]
It’s by chance Michael was thrown an inmate who could have been on his side. But his own psychological brea, paranoia, taxed his potential to save her.
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