An unknown rock band struggles with a radioactive energy in their music that blows up amps, liquefies tape decks, and starts electrical fires. On the eve of their first (and possibly last) show, The Privates, an unknown rock band, must decide whether to risk life, limb, and legacy for a[…]
Selfies, Dim Sum, E.T.’s troubled niece and misfits looking for meaning. We wanted to create the feel of a multiformat, 21st-century urban-legend. June 17 is a narrative music video focused on a delirious grassroot-movement, guarding and worshipping a radioactive entity. Through this experience they find new meaning, camaraderie, and some[…]
‘Heroics’ is a satirical superhero 90s-TV-style mockumentary about the price of striving for fame, and the consequences of living with it. Set in a world where superheroes have been elevated into positions of social celebrity, ‘Heroics’ follows Redwell, a young man who is determined to follow in the footsteps of[…]
A visually atmospheric short film Radioactive follows a lone hooded man as he walks through the deserted streets of central Stockholm late at night. He is unaware that he is being watched. Soon he will be taken against his will to a desolate factory where he will be forced to[…]
Short film showing how the town of Pripyat in the Chernobyl exclusion zone has been left to face the elements.
A time traveler goes back 2 weeks to stop himself from going to Cynthia’s new years party. Unfortunately, he brings his cat along and forgets to let him back into the machine when he returns to the present. The cat grabs onto the machine last second, becomes radioactive, and ends[…]
A struggling rock band blows up amps, short-circuits breakers and starts fires when they play their music. The Privates is a science fiction rock-and-roll comedy about the absurd frustrations and minor triumphs of an everyday rock band with a radioactive energy in their music they can’t control. Though talented, driven[…]