Better the End opens with Qohelet, the author of Ecclesiastes as he reads from his ancient text, a text long considered dangerous for its pessimistic understanding of human endeavors. Yet the text feels at home in the setting of a modern city as we are confronted by two women whose[…]
A babysitter receives a strange text from an unknown number. Director’s Statement The idea here was to try and build a level of suspense without any character development or traditional dialogue. While these elements are typically crucial, I also believe that the genre of Horror challenges their importance to a[…]
Chock full of outraged aliens, wild dogs, Instagram malaise, and the private pursuits of the artist, See / Saw explores the relationship between image, text, and sound. Animators Case Jernigan and Erik Winkowski trade short stories, stringing together a flurry of imagery and messages. The two artists craft animation from[…]
Flushed is about two women with opposing ideas on what is ‘public’ and what is ‘private’, losing their shit in very different ways. Inspired by true events and modern expectations of 24/7 connectivity, we aimed to bring realism to toilet humour rather than shy away from it, whilst commenting on[…]
A text late at night. A terrifying question. Take the quiz.