At a broadcasting station, a dispirited intern stays late to take calls for Singapore Talking – a talk show covering the fallout from the banning of an LGBT children’s book by the state’s library board. She finds a kindred spirit in a fellow intern, and they form a perceptive bond[…]
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?
An award winning short documentary, ‘Home’ follows a house as it journeys through some of the most spectacular and challenging landscapes in the South Island of New Zealand. It’s about what makes a house a home. It has no dialogue – an unassuming house is the main character. We often[…]
The hidden beauty of the details in nature.
‘III’ is an atmospheric short film and landscape art, expressing story without a linear narrative. Providing a brief character study of a bereaved father, we gradually unite both the visual and dialogue components together to compose the narrative of the film.
Even when tearing through dark, gothic landscapes in a convertible Jaguar, Vampire Girl doesn’t feel free. Waiting for Daybreak is a road movie about a vampires who learns that, just like the rest of us, she can’t run away from herself. The film is a metaphor for the powers ethnic,[…]
A man dances secluded from a city in battle with itself. Syncretic Noise explores the question of how we respond to chaos around us. The dancer’s natural motion continues across cuts over discontinuities of space from forest landscapes to gritty urban life. In a silent dialogue of motion the dancer’s[…]
“Oh, Bouy” is a two-part fine art project that explores my recovery from being raped. Volume 2 serves as a visual statement piece regarding the need to involve more men in discussions of rape culture. Through spoken-word poetry, Jackson Katz’s “Violence Against Women—It’s a Men’s Issue” Ted Talk, and a[…]
NUMB is a short film about the fragility of the female body, the fear of diseases and the thereby associated escape from reality.
Inspired by Rainer Maria Rilke’s poem ‘Gravity’s Law’, we tap into themes of meditation and nature in a deliberate response to the overload of information in modern society. This film is inspired by the poem Gravity’s Law by Rainer Maria Rilke which featured on a Radio 4 programme about Mindfulness[…]