Semele
Semele
Loving Lanka
Loving Lanka
Life is a Dance
Life is a Dance
Keep the Change
Keep the Change
Eugene
Eugene
Foam Drive Renegades
Foam Drive Renegades
Junk Mail
Junk Mail
Wire Cutters
Wire Cutters
97% (Short film)
97% (Short film)
Speed Dating
Speed Dating
Escargore
Escargore
Point and Shoot
Point and Shoot
The Present
The Present
Zero Recognition
Zero Recognition
In D.R. Congo - The Story Of A Solar Fridge
In D.R. Congo - The Story Of A Solar Fridge
The Wayward Wind
The Wayward Wind
SemeleSemele will do anything to spend time with her long absent father. A school note becomes the excuse for her to visit him at his workplace, where her presence highlights their fragile relationship.a film by Myrsini AristidouStarring Yiannis Stankoglou, Vasiliki Kokkoliadi, Athos Antoniou, Paris Aristides, Kimwn Apostolopoulos
Loving Lanka
Life is a Dance
Keep the ChangeKEEP THE CHANGE is a love story written for and starring adults on the autism spectrum. When David, an upper-class charmer is forced to attend a support group for people with autism, he meets a young woman who challenges his identity as "normal". Eventually, David must choose between his playboy persona and the opportunity to make a real connection with someone who can understand him.Written and directed by Rachel Israel. The film won the Columbia University Film Festival’s Focus Features Best Film Award, the Alumni Award, and the Arthur J. Harris Memorial Prize, and has screened at festivals worldwide. Principal cast: Brandon Polansky and Samantha Elisofon.Facebook: facebook.com/keepthechangefilmTwitter: twitter.com/ktcfilm
EugeneA traveler in Washington DC gets a mysterious gift: an Ultrabook that grants all his wishes. How will he wield his unexpected powers?
Foam Drive RenegadesA gang of petty criminals enlists the last-minute help of an irrational acquaintance to pull off a robbery. Oh yeah, he's a puppet.Winner of Best Comedy at NSI Online Film Fest 2015, Best Short at 2014 Boston Underground Film Fest, Best Short honorable mention at 2013 Atlantic Film Festival, premiered at 2013 Fantasia Fest, selected to Telefilm Canada's "Canada's Not Short On Talent" program at Clermont Ferrand International 2014.
Junk Mail98-year-old Mary reminds us that people her age are sometimes forgotten, but still very much alive. Call your grandma.
Wire CuttersA chance encounter proves fateful for 2 robots mining on a desolate planet.
97% (Short film)Via an app on his phone, Bert discovers that a 97% love match is near. Will he find her before the subway reaches the end of the line?
Speed DatingDesperate to find the man of her dreams, sweet and plain Ava tries a last ditch effort, speed dating. But the absurd cast of characters she encounters makes her wonder if being single is not so bad after all.Facebook Page: facebook.com/speeddatingmovieFeatured on Short of the Week: shortoftheweek.com/2015/11/10/speed-dating/
EscargoreThis snail horror comedy is so scary, it'll shock your shell off!Claude and his friends are out of their element and in a whole lot of trouble when they choose the wrong lettuce for lunch. They must now find their way out of this world of horrors before they end up on the menu!Escargore is the latest third year production from Media Design School's Bachelor of Art and Design (3D Animation and VFX). The project took around four months of intensive work to complete by a group of 22 students.
Point and Shoot"When an attempted burglary turns into an unlikely car-jacking, two aspiring criminals learn an important lesson : only practice makes perfect."
The PresentAfter a very successful festival circuit, running on over 180 film festivals and winning more than 50 awards, we’ve decided that it’s finally time to share “The Present” with the rest of the world. “The Present” is based on a great little comic strip by the very talented Fabio Coala.Make sure to check out his page: mentirinhas.com.br“The Present” is a graduation short from the Institute of Animation, Visual Effects and Digital Postproduction at the Filmakademie Baden-Wuerttemberg in Ludwigsburg, Germany.We really hope you enjoy the result of our hard work. Thanks to everyone who help creating this film and everyone who supported us during the festivals. Thanks a lot for making this such an incredible journey.Soundtrack by "Zealand"itunes.apple.com/us/album/present-feat.-septemberkind/id915500091
Zero RecognitionA young actress attempts to lead a normal life after starring in a successful Canadian TV series, but her past fame makes for some awkward and self-conscious first dates. Lauren Collins ("Degrassi: The Next Generation") showcases her comedic talent in this self-reflexive, tongue-in-cheek look at celebrity and neuroses in the age of social networking.Official Selection:Toronto International Film Festival (World Premiere, September 2014)NYC Independent Film Festival (October 2014)Chicago Comedy Film Festival (October 2014)LA Indie Film Festival (October 2014)LA Comedy Film Festival (November 2014)Gold Coast International Film Festival (November 2014)Toronto Short Film Festival (March 2015)Indy Film Fest (July 2015)Sidewalk Film Festival (August 2015)Lakeshorts Film Festival (May 2016, WINNER: William F. White Award for "Best Comedy")Directed by Ben LewisWritten by Ben Lewis and Lauren CollinsProduced by Ben Lewis and Lauren CollinsDirector of Photography: Mike McLaughlinEditor: Mike McLaughlinCast: Lauren Collins, Ben Lewis, Lindsey Clark, Peyson Rock, Chantelle Chung
In D.R. Congo - The Story Of A Solar FridgeIn October 2015, I accompanied the humanitarian organisation Medair to eastern Congo, a region in crisis for more than two decades. Medair has been bringing relief to people suffering in some of the most remote places in DR Congo since 1997.DR Congo is often a forgotten crisis. It doesn’t show up much in the news, but millions of people continue to be forced from their homes cut off from health care and other essentials because of ongoing waves of violence. Medair is going far off the beaten path to make sure vital health services are up and running in remote villages. You can learn more about what they are doing here: medair.org/extramileThe interviews in this film went through several translations. As a result, there might be some mistakes in the translation, but the main content was not altered.Directed, filmed & edited by: Vincent Urbanfacebook.com/vincenturbanfilmsinstagram.com/vincenturbanAdditional camera by: Gertjan KardolFilmed with: Sony a7s and Canon 5D Mark III Magic Lantern RAWMusic: Tony Anderson - "Diana" (musicbed.com)
The Wayward Wind
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