In her later years, a woman reconstructs a disturbing childhood vacation, filled with unsettling rituals rooted in family history. Tamarack is an allegory for parental dread, environmental disaster, and the weight of legacy.
DANCE is a silent film for the digital age about how technology has affected modern courtship rituals. “Max”, our antihero, is paradoxically consumed by both self-centeredness and loneliness. Having ceded control of his social interactions to the perfectly curated world of his phone, he finds himself craving a meaningful relationship.[…]
A surreal, atmospheric descent into the psyche of a Muay Thai boxer in the days leading up to a fight. This intimate portrait reveals the rituals and pressures in Bangkok’s boxing culture that have shaped our boxer and that cause him mounting physical and psychological tension as his dedication, faith,[…]