Since Erki’s debut EP ‘Himmelbjerget’, his music has often been described as cinematographic sounding, therefore it seemed natural for him to connect a form of visual art to it. ‘Efterglow’ sees him team up with director Ingel Vaikla to produce a beautifully nostalgic and sensitive journey into the past. At[…]
A short conversation between ‘Logic’ and ‘Love’ about what makes a dog a dog. Logic sees a dog for its fur, four legs, and a tail. It is just an animal. Love sees a dog for its energy, spirit, and loyalty. It is her best friend. The overall theme explores[…]
First ever behind-the-scenes look into the peculiar world of the New York MTA’s baffling subway announcements. Director’s Statement Signal Problems” answers the question that all subway riders have been forced to ask, “what the f!@k are they saying?!” Exploring the angst of purgatorial wait times at a station in contrast[…]
Christina uses the immense noise from her collection of old CRT televisions to block out the voices in her head; until one day she has a power-cut which plunges her into the silence she’s always feared, where the voices have control. Director’s Statement I made this film to explore and[…]
In 1968, a young babysitter’s evening is interrupted by strange and unsettling occurrences.
When moving boxes into a cellar storage a man and his daughter confronts a mysterious being. Soon their ordinary afternoon turns into a desperate struggle for survival trapped in the building catacombs below.
A lot can happen in two minutes. You could discover that the woman sitting across from you will, one day, become your future wife (now for the easy part of convincing her of that…). Or that Mr. Perfect has some serious mommy issues (I mean, why the hell did he[…]
A young woman reflects on the authenticity of marriage by watching a staged reenactment of the same family dinner told from three individual perspectives.
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’.
An American photojournalist struggles with his assignment – and his emotions – when he embeds with a team of U.S. Marines during fierce urban combat in the deadliest battle of the Iraq War, the fight for Fallujah in 2004. Based on true events.