Everyday Planning My Escape is an experimental short film about a young male figure trying to escape his environment to a better life but his peers and surroundings do everything they can to try and delay his departure. Watch the full film here
“Dust thou art, and unto dust shalt thou return.” In this experimental / elemental / fashion short film, we explore visual & sonic interpretations of origination; and our inherent destiny of returning to that from which we came.
A Syrian-Armenian artist who, after losing his family in the civil war, refuses to abandon his studio in Aleppo before he can finish his final painting.
“to those who Doubt”
A solitary shepherd is taking care of his pack. When the night is coming down, the animals notice something strange. Drylands captures the mood of a typical dry and austere landscape of a Catalan region and how a traditional shepherd wanders in it. Over a little line of story, the[…]
This short film is a simple tale of love and loss, set against the backdrop of a road trip through rural Portugal. Without the need for dialogue, it conveys the mystical allure of falling in and out of love through a series of fleeting, humanist, moments. Like our protagonist, we[…]
This short film is based on Bukowski’s poem, “The finest of the breed”. It has two parallel storylines, one is the video and the other is the poem. The voice over is the poem itself. Director’s Statement “People will do anything, no matter how absurd, to avoid facing their own[…]
A short film depicting city cultures that grow in suburbs of Japan, seen through the eyes of a lonely man struggled with his past. From beginning to end, an exasperating experience taking us right between Japanese tradition and western culture. With a collection of styles and techniques, Pessim is a[…]
In the vertical skeleton of an aborted and abandoned megalopolis, a man stands on the edge of the void. The only escape from this forsaken place is through the depths of the unknown… The main motivation behind this short film is to create a movie that has a strong visual[…]
WAVES is a story about urbanism, where the aesthetic of the built form clashes with the spirit of nature. How conscious are we of the forest floor that once lived beneath us?