In search of independence, a young woman rises up against the charismatic leader of the community which has welcomed her a few months ago.
Street Racers is a short film documenting the illegal motorbiking culture in the Dominican Republic. The film follows a tight-knit community of teens who risk their lives to entertain themselves, blocking off motorways and hitting high speeds on small custom bikes.
A group of rebellious, creative Kiwi seniors give death the finger, one crazy coffin at a time. Musical and documentary unite to introduce The Coffin Club, a truly unique community organisation bringing free-spirited seniors together to construct and personalise their own low-cost coffins. Based in small town New Zealand, with[…]
In one continuous shot, a man has a public meltdown in the middle of a residential cul-de-sac. What unfolds is a constantly shifting scenario in which community’s cultish public shaming is taken to extreme heights. From the conceptualized mind of Paul Trillo, we get a quasi-impossible – one continuous shot[…]
After a lifelong career as a government midwife, Mary “Nalongo” Kamya retired from her job and set up a clinic in her own home in the rural district of Lutengo, Uganda. Nalongo (which means the mother of twins) now delivers babies in her rural community and works hard to educate[…]
The PanicRoom is PostPanic’s bi-annual inspiration evening held both in Amsterdam and around the world. With high-profile, creative industry speakers and an audience hand-picked to represent the best in Amsterdam’s creative community, the evenings have achieved cult status worldwide with tickets much sought after. Creating the idents for each event[…]
Loco is out of jail and acts for the good of his community. His life found balance now. Until he runs into an old acquaintance.
Blackface is a period piece set in 1934 that explores the racial violence of a small southern town through the eyes of minstrel actor Henry Roberts. After being pressured by his best friend to participate in a lynching, Henry struggles to come to terms with the gruesome racial brutality exhibited[…]
In 1848, Phineas Gage suffers an unspeakable brain injury when a tamping rod plunges through his skull, causing dramatic shifts in his personality. His physician Dr Harlow watches over his recovery and must choose whether or not to fight for this outcasts place in the local community.
In a post nuclear era where owning books is a felony and the intellectual community is persecuted, a group of scientists is trying in vain to find a way to save the world. A Professor’s assistant will be called upon to make the most difficult decision of his life. Writers[…]