DAY BEFORE YESTERDAY follows the story of a woman suffering from total memory loss. Found unconscious in the middle of the downtown Montreal strip, she was brought in by police who proceed to interview her. Does she remember who she is and where she came from? Can anyone else remember?[…]
We all human beings do not carry anything while we take birth nor when we die on this planet. Even after knowing this universal reality, our eyes gets disillusioned by the web of material world which causes breakdown of emotions into our lives. As we grow old with time various[…]
“We Aren’t Strangers” is a visual and abstract exploration of insecurity, loneliness, and the anxieties that come with technology in today’s era. How it can affect ourselves, our connections with each other, and our connection with the natural world.
This is a series of three short films. All of the films have been made under the theme, “a visiter is searching for something in Amsterdam.” Amsterdam 1 A Japanese woman has come to Amsterdam. What does she see there? Isolation: Amsterdam I as a visiter observed this city through[…]
I Remember A Lot of Octobers is a Sci-Fi Thriller which takes place in a desolate and distant future. We follow the story of Mara Burke, who as a result of surviving alone for years, is now battling with the psychological effects of her loneliness.
A 3D animated short film which explores the concept of loneliness, featuring robots against an alien landscape. newmonday.tv
‘Before The Night’ is a short film about life, loss and loneliness. It’s a portrait of George, an elderly man who has been recently widowed, struggling to carry on his life with any sense of purpose, and trying to fill the void that the death of his wife has left.[…]
Cella, is the first film, in a series of moral tales. The inspiration for the series is loosely modeled on Eric Rohmer’s series “Six Moral Tales.” However, aside from the concept and the human factor, there is no theme (storyline, character, etc ) connection to Rohmer’s series. Whereas, the dialogue[…]
“No, thank you.” is about Andy, a guy who has a phobia of food. His anxiety, disgust, and loneliness are explored in humorous and weird ways, as he tries to get over his fears with the help of Robin, a cupcake baker. Watch the film
A man stuck in his endless loneliness wanders in a post-apocalyptic world… Only to discover he is not alone. holdshortfilm.com facebook.com/HOLDfilm erickolelas.com