Spokke is a Scandi Noir-inspired comedy short. A crime occurs on the boundary between two police forces, but all is not as it seems. Two weary policemen from either side of the county line must work in tandem, learning that two heads (and wheels) are better than one.
Crushed by the tedium of her daily routine, a woman takes a leap of faith. Clara is suffocated by her commute, by her job, by her life. One day, drowning in anxiety, she finally reaches her breaking point. Monday is an experimental film that explores the boundaries of narrative with[…]
A man living in isolation is awoken by a mysterious intruder… In this music video for UK artist Warsnare, director duo Lukas Schrank and George Thomson push the boundaries of the conventional music video edit into a triptych structure, with the three acts of the story playing out simultaneously, mirroring[…]
Lorne, a wasteland traveller dealing with the oppressing boundaries of isolation, is confronted by a mysterious stranger, who helps him realise his existential fears. Wonderful, crisp and breathtaking cinematography. The story of Lorne, (Guy Pearce) is grappling and tense, brining us on an edgy and uncomfortable little journey – in[…]
In this relatable relationship drama, a recent art school graduate tests her own boundaries, as well as those of her older, more successful girlfriend. Visually lush, with smart, punchy dialogue, this film examines a relationship on the brink of changing forever.
Boy meets girl. Boy is homeless. Girl doesn’t know that yet. A burgeoning relationship between two very different people quickly begins to unravel as new layers of truth are revealed. STRAY explores the intersection of differing social boundaries and discovers that when opposites collide, things can get messy.
Abaddon is inspired by relationships that test boundaries and go beyond the acceptable, relationships that reduce, erode and abuse until the spirit is consumed. theblackscreen.co.uk facebook.com/justrogerio Twitter.com/justrogerio