A man with a fractured past wakes up in a dystopian reality. Director’s Statement Curious to see what images would accompany his music, Ryuichi Sakamoto created the async International Short Film Competition. Participants had to create short films with a maximum length of 10 minutes and use 1 or 2[…]
“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.
After presenting our favorite Drama and Sci-Fi shorts from our 2016 Daily Short Picks selections, we now bring you the best Experimental and Documentary The Irrational Fear of Nothing by Paul Trillo Watch Film The Life and Death of an iPhone by Paul Trillo Watch Film Kensho by Aaron Paradox[…]
Flesh and dust are mixed in the life of a farmer who, in the carnal relations with his environment, has to face the unpredictability of nature.
Guest Post provided by Musicbed.com There are plenty of filmmakers exploring the burred line between fiction and reality, but far fewer explore a much more interesting phenomenon: fiction that creates reality. The most iconic example being Orson Welles’ 1938 radio broadcast, “War of the Worlds,” which became instantly legendary for[…]
A meditative look at the imagination of a young farm boy during the infamous 1938 Orson Welles broadcast of War of The Worlds Imagination lurks deep in Patrick Biesemans’ ‘Embers & Dust’, where he brilliantly replays the infamous 1938 historical event of Orson Welles radio broadcast of War of The[…]
An emotive account of the Dirtquake event hosted by Sideburn at the Speedway track in Kings Lynn Norfolk. Guest stars include the great Guy Martin and World champion Carl Fogarty . I love the Americana carnival feel of Dirt Quake and the King’s Lynn speedway track has a magical quality,[…]
This is a story about international conflict, war, and our potential doom by our own hands. It is a warning and reminder that we have surrounded ourselves with the military technology that could too easily put an end to our brief epoch. Don’t miss the second part: From Dust mothlightcreative.com[…]