The Dream is a surreal short film about the subconscious world of dreams interpreted through dance and sound. The woman’s journey symbolic of the awakening of our spirit where MAGIC dwells and inspiration runs free.
During an evening of babysitting, Rebecca draws inspiration from a ‘learn Spanish’ tutorial series while reflecting about her stagnant life. Starring: Kandis Fay, Dominic Bogart, Dione Kuraoka, Chris Mast Wardrobes provided by Solosix (solosix.co) Set paintings provided by Nilu Azimi (niluazimi.com)
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[…]
This story takes its inspiration from the oldest game in nature. The hunt. Across the ages, whether we are talking about carnivores or herbivores, flora or fauna, indifferent of species, the cycle of predator and prey continues to define the natural world. From the Directors of Waste, a short movie[…]
Inspired by BuzzFeed’s rampage to display history’s most beautiful cinematography shots, we decided to take a look back at the short film repertoire – and were simply blown away by beauty. Here’s a list of 80+ (in no particular order) breathtaking shots. 01 “032” – The Canadian Affair (2010) –[…]
An exiled Pakistani poet finds fresh inspiration in his new home. capitalkpictures.com
Lisa Cook smiled and laughed throughout her 14-year battle with breast cancer and never failed to see a silver lining. Even when the end was imminent, she reflected on how a positive attitude helped her fight for so long. twitter.com/shannon_palmer_ instagram.com/shannanogans
A few years ago Kenny faced his problems head on and went sober and in doing so discovered his way forward in life.
Poem from Charles Bukowski turned into a cinematic poem shot in Spain. To inspire those that need a positive kick in the ass. martinot.com twitter.com/WillemMartinot
Suzanne is waking up. In the fleeting moments before she forgets her dreams, she searches her subconscious for an answer to the question on the tip of her tongue. But can Suzanne learn to break free of her suspended state of being? Inspired by the Edward Hopper painting “Morning Sun.”[…]