Maya is about to kill herself – until she is interrupted by someone from her past. Helen has turned up at an old friend’s doorstep to seek comfort after a tragic incident. Maya alters her decision after learning about Helen’s harsher life. As Maya regains her hope, Helen loses hers.[…]
The TEDx Sydney 2018 titles explore this year’s topic of Humankind by taking us through museum galleries, where our present and potential future collide with the past. Modern subjects are mixed with classical forms, and the suspended animation of these sculptures kindles poignant evaluation of our current place within humanity’s[…]
After over 20 years with no contact, Ryan discovers that his absentee father is terminally ill and decides to confront him on his deathbed about his past transgressions.
A physically and mentally abused woman goes on a journey of self discovery by unraveling her past.
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[…]
Desperate to understand his past, a black ops soldier risks everything to unlock the truth behind the event that started a civil war, and his connection to the man at the center of it…
An old man on his death bed gets a visit from a mysterious woman who claims to be a hospice worker – but she turns out to be someone from the man’s very dark past.
A man shows up at a Los Angeles house party with a plan and a mysterious lunchbox, but things take a turn when he runs into someone from his past. Out of a simple idea and some powerful moments, It’s Not What You Know came from friends staying at Ava[…]
A man with a fractured past wakes up in a dystopian reality. Director’s Statement Curious to see what images would accompany his music, Ryuichi Sakamoto created the async International Short Film Competition. Participants had to create short films with a maximum length of 10 minutes and use 1 or 2[…]
Does happiness lie in the past or in the future? Mark Slutsky’s sci-fi short film “The Decelerators” explores what happens when a group of ambitious friends create a machine that allows its user to linger forever in a moment of happiness. As they each take turns removing themselves from the[…]