A visual essay on the death of the ego and the drift of the body. Amidst freezing and unexplored landscapes there is Karoline, wandering at the mercy of her memories’echo.
A story about a Sicilian town and its people, narrated by a dog who has existential questions about life, love, death, and god. __________________________________________________ The film was made over a twelve-day period during the Director’s Lab at Cici Film Festival (Sicily, Italy) with non-professional actors from the town Castellammare Del[…]
SOOP is a black comedy. Two detectives are called to investigate a strange death. They suspect food poisoning. They stay for lunch. They shouldn’t have.
After the death of one of their own, “A Wake” tells the story of three friends who gather at their favorite bar to process what has happened and how to move forward together. The film was shot over the course of two days on a micro budget and limited crew[…]
A young woman uses unusual methods to communicate with her family after the death of her father.
After the death of his mother, Clint (James Paxton) struggles to connect with friends and family while revealing an odd coping mechanism…
Hume’s life is thrown into disarray following the death of his mother. Sent to live with his estranged father, Hume is struggling to feel at home in his new surroundings and makes the decision to go back to the house he shared with his mother. Guided by his memories of[…]
We follow Eden, a freelance animator and grieving daughter, who refuses to accept the death of her mother. Eden’s coping mechanism is to submerge herself underwater, where she believes she is still connected to her. In reality, refusing to accept her depression or help from her childhood friend Miles. Eden[…]
Isolated in an impoverished environment, Addy experiences the death of a family pet – only for her grievance to be met by an unsympathetic father, who tells her to ‘man up’.
A story about how everything we love, everything we learn, everything we build, everything we fear, will one day be gone. When looking at films we always search for the deep backboned storylines that support solid cinematography and other production values. In Joschka Laukeninks’ little masterpiece, the entire story is[…]