A man plunges into his reservoir of memory, nostalgia and regret. But he finds love there, and curiosity, and earnest dedication to personal expression. Stitched together with layered ink drawings, paintings, paper cutouts, collage and digital manipulation, Too Young for a Memoir lays bare the artist’s halting, anxious, misguided and[…]
A group of teenager vow to have one of the best summers of their lives before they head off to college.
Regretful and uncertain Olivia has lost her best friend who was the last person that tied her to her small hometown. Her best friend’s death has put her face to face with her old friends who have all moved on to live very different and exciting lives around the world.[…]
Two friends, Luke and Sarah, run into each other and are forced to reflect on what remains of their friendship. Their nostalgia leads them to discuss Sarah’s abusive boyfriend, the reason behind their disintegrating relationship.
Sometimes men behave like monsters, and sometimes monsters behave like men. There’s a little bit of each in every one of us. After a lifetime in the World, we all share the same regrets. With all the swiftness that European films often offer, El Ogro certainly garnishes that charming way[…]
Exploring iconic moments in film and television history, blurring the lines between our reality and some of our favourite stories. Remember Mischa Rozema? The wonderful cinematic genius who brought us Sundays, winner of best short in 2015 and best trailer in 2014, well he’s back along with production company Post[…]
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.