Arcade Fire releases new short film music video combining their tracks ‘Put Your Money On Me’ and ‘We Don’t Deserve Love’, from their 2017 album ‘Everything Now’.
When the last Citizen on the furthest outpost in space makes first contact with intelligent life, he’s forced to not only protect humanity, but that which makes him human: love.
Thomas, a self-proclaimed recluse, is a photographer in New York City who sees the world through the lens of his camera. He approaches his photography—as well as his life—in a minimalist style, focusing on the purity and simplicity of things. His world is turned upside down when he encounters Sylvia,[…]
What is the taste of love? Could it be sweet, sour, bitter or even salty? A young woman on a quest for the taste of love: Taste of Love recalls past events, the most significant sexual moments of a young woman’s life. From her first intimate touch, that sweetly lingered[…]
Dream Boy is a short film about a girl, Cecelia, who’s daily life is interrupted with nightly abductions by the man on the dark side of the Moon. Cecelia keeps waking up confused and out of sorts, slowly growing more and more withdrawn from life. But while the Moon Man’s[…]
Love,Death, Fate. The downfall of a couple triggers the birth of a new love between two strangers. ‘Happy Valentine’s Day‘ is an award-winning CGI short film told in slow-motion, in one unique camera sequence and in reverse. In other words, all the secret ingredients to create the perfect over-dramatic Valentines[…]
A Story about love
Can love last forever? Sheltered in the darkness of his small puppet’s theater, Javier relives every day what was his most beautiful love story. One day, a mysterious character appears in his life, determined to take with him the most valuable thing Javier has.
He would do anything to be touched by his former lover once more. Ecstasy is an arthouse drama that explores and challenges the relationship between love and violence.
The story of a series of encounters between two strangers told from two very different perspectives. Director’s Statement “The Love” is essentially a film about the meaning we assign to chance encounters: is it fate, coincidence, or something else? The film requires the audience to get lost in the two[…]