The Wait || Daily Short Picks

The Wait

‘The Wait’ takes the viewer on a journey from Michel’s hometown in Belgium to the remote mountains of Romania. On the trail of wild bison, Michel tracks the movement of the animals and then waits for the perfect moment; a process that can take up to a week to capture[…]

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Breaking The Scene: on the set of Intruders

Breaking The Scene: Intruders

For our next scene break we turned to some home talent and an underground comic book inspired film. Meet Santiago Menghini, a director, visual effect artist, co-founder of Nemesis Films, and founder of The Film Effect. Santiago is the craftful director behind the eerie short ‘Intruders‘, and we had a[…]

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Crowdfunding Picks We Dig | La Nouvelle Française

La Nouvelle Française

La Nouvelle Française, un film de Sebastian Messinger. Marianne veut devenir photographe indépendante à Montréal. La Nouvelle Française présente l’histoire d’une jeune stagiaire française venue faire carrière à Montréal et qui tente de s’y faire une place, difficilement. Au fil de cette comédie dramatique, on évoque de façon allégorique une[…]

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Belly of the Beast

Photographer Markus Andersen doggedly pursues not merely cool images but great images. Sydney, Australia is his canvas – he calls it the belly of the beast. His art practice encompasses documentary, street and conceptual bodies of work using analogue 35mm, 120 film and the iPhone as his capture mediums.This video[…]

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Leviathan Ages | Featured Short Film

Leviathan Ages

Bound in ancient celestial ballet, nine dead Kings arise to claim a fallen Emperor. We find a strange Emperor character perched on his haunches, reminiscent of a proud samurai general in battle. He resurrects stone effigies of nine predecessors. They bring on the destruction of his era, and the Emperor[…]

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The Observer

I was introduced to Alex about a year ago through a mutual friend. I had heard about a “stalker photographer” from a couple people and was pretty intrigued. After about a two month process of trying to get her to sit down with me she finally agreed to tell her[…]

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Creating Beauty

Creating ‘Beauty’

A few months ago we received a teaser trailer from Colin L. Racicot that completely stunned us. It must have been a combination of music and flawless imagery, but this simple psychedelic trailer with only an empty room, a crystal vase and a tipped over chair with no people had[…]

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Red | Featured Short film

Red

A psychological hue which resembles that of blood evoked in the human observer. Red is a short experimental psychodrama about war and the guilt it manifests. Director Simone Smith got her idea from war photographer Don McCullin – a self-confessed “war junkie” who admits to questioning his conscience constantly. Someone[…]

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The Assistant | Daily Short Picks

The Assistant

A disgruntled photographer’s assistant pretends to be his boss when a young actress arrives early for her photo shoot. davehillphoto.com facebook.com/DaveHillPhoto instagram.com/davehillphoto

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The Weekend Shortlist: Without You

Salt Photographs

Salt Photographs is an interesting experimental of an old man’s faded memories, his anxiety and uncertainty of what to come. A dark short film with music by Brambles. iambrambles.com serein.co.uk/releases/sere003/brambles-charcoal theworkofcastor.com

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