Nursed Back is a narrative, dance film that explores how we deal with grief in unconventional ways. The film centres on a nurse as she realises the loss of a patient. The nurse begins to dance, which acts as a cathartic release of her emotion. Unconventional and harrowing – this[…]
A malignant spirit forces a girl into a perilous journey through a watery underworld. A narrative music video for the song “Atlas World (Solomun Day Remix)” by Liu Bei.
Selfies, Dim Sum, E.T.’s troubled niece and misfits looking for meaning. We wanted to create the feel of a multiformat, 21st-century urban-legend. June 17 is a narrative music video focused on a delirious grassroot-movement, guarding and worshipping a radioactive entity. Through this experience they find new meaning, camaraderie, and some[…]
I made a film that expresses my inner turmoil trying to choose between Hillary or Bernie. It’s a narrative film that follows a woman from work to her home, based on my own night two weeks ago.
Temptation can be a trap, but so can responsibility—in the new narrative short THE DEVIL NEEDS A FIX from writer/director Ian Ebright. In the film, an ambivalent reporter sits down for coffee and an interview with the Devil, which could land the reporter his big break—if everything goes as planned.[…]
A dancer uses violent means to find fulfillment with herself and her art in this psychological dance narrative.
A cyclical revenge narrative with the look and feel of a fashion film. Featuring two girls trapped in a never ending cycle of revenge.
Pause for a Moment is a short narrative directed for the clothing retailer Kit and Ace. It’s about the importance of taking time to slow down during the holiday season. It’s a non-traditional approach to telling a christmas story that taps into the nostalgia, chaos and traditions we have created.
Guest Post provided by Musicbed.com There are plenty of filmmakers exploring the burred line between fiction and reality, but far fewer explore a much more interesting phenomenon: fiction that creates reality. The most iconic example being Orson Welles’ 1938 radio broadcast, “War of the Worlds,” which became instantly legendary for[…]
When Leah’s mentally ill brother goes missing in an abandoned Sea Side Resort, she is forced to search through rotting homes and forgotten memories. Every door she opens, pulls her deeper into her brother’s world. “Sultan of the Sea” is an experimental narrative film about siblings, mental illness and abandoned[…]