A musical drama revolving around the life of a talented pianist diagnosed with Young Onset Parkinson’s and the punk band who try help him live again through friendship and music.
Pin Park are a polish experimental electronic band formed by Maciek Polak and Maciek Baczyk. The name is derived from a part on the instruments they use to compose, two “EMS Synthis”. Built in 1971, these were one of the first commercially available synthesisers used and praised by musicians ever[…]
In a world where music is banned young Esme Winters, aided by best friend Jacob, must search for her missing brother. On the way she is mentored by mysterious music teacher Havisham before facing the evil force that lurks in the woods.
‘sarah & i’ is a ‘telephonic equivalent of a duet’. If one were to find tapes of a conversation that may or may not have happened, take it home and set it to music, this is what it must sound like. A 3-minute photograph of 2 people who’re soulmates on[…]
Our friends over at The Art of The Title have been inspiring us for years with incredible in-depth interviews of some of our favorite title sequences in film and TV shows. I think that we can all agree that a film’s title sequence will not make or break the film[…]
You might remember Julian in ‘Death by Chocolate‘ by Dimitri Gochgarian, featured on Film Shortage back in 2015. Part of a new series called Modern Artists by Dimitri, episode 2 focuses on actor Julian Casey who tells us about the art of acting. Modern Artists – Episode 2: Julian Casey[…]
An every day commute gone very weird. This is an animated music video for the song “Commute” from the album “Show me the blueprints” by Seymour’s fat lady. Available to download at seymoursfatlady.bandcamp.com alternatively visit the website seymoursfatlady.co.uk
Watching movie previews can sometimes be more entertaining than the original movie you came to see. Effective movie trailers get audiences excited about the plot without giving away too many surprises. The greatest movie trailers do that and more with stunning images, memorable dialogue, and music that brings it all[…]
This documentary is a question. A conversation starter. It’s an examination of the reasons we create and the things that drive us to make something new — passion or success.
If ‘Beauty & the Beast’, ‘Karate Kid’, and ‘Deuce Bigalow’ had an orgy and created a super creepy music video-child… this would be it.