Despite being created over seven years ago back in 2005, Edouard Salier’s controversial short Flesh still holds the unique impact and raw power it did upon its initial release. The Empire unveils everything but sees nothing. Its enemies idealize everything but tolerate nothing. For some the earthly orgasm of virtual whores. For others the eternal [...]
I realise that everyone was all over Extranjero when it topped the Sundance London Short FIlm Competition, but I’ve only just got round to seeing it, so now it’s my turn to jump on the band wagon. Shot guerrilla style over a speedy two days by The Queen (the collective name for London directors Daniel [...]
Tumbleweed! (2011) The true and historically accurate tale of one tumbleweed that did not tumble.
This is a guest post from independent filmmaker Neil Mcenery West. Independent film has more substance, more integrity, and more creativity than mainstream cinema right? One has to only compare a big blockbuster tentpole movie like Steven Spielberg’s Jaws, with a beautiful, low key and creative exploration of the human psyche such as Maya Deren’s [...]
Striving to recreate the magic from what he describes as the golden ages of music videos, where all great promos where easily recognised from just a single frame. Joshua Stocker’s music video (and final proect for his degree at Chelsea College of Art & Design) for Gem Club track I Heard the Party channels the [...]
Risky Business meets some pretty impressive time remapping trickery in André Chocron’s Red Epic shot promo for Mikhael Paskalev’s I Spy.
So did you know that all worker bees were female, or that drone bees face a pretty gruesome end after sex? Well you will after watching Isabella Rossellini’s (yes that Isabella Rossellini) charming mixed media series of films Burt Talks to the Bees. The series, commissioned by Burt’s Bees as part of an awareness raising [...]
The Gloaming is an animated short of godly proportions from NoBrain trio – Saii, Charles and Niko. The story revolves around an unknown man in a barren land, who wakes to find himself with divine powers over a world he creates with his bare hands.
Potilas (The Patient) by Finish director Misko Iho is an atmospheric tale of a security guard and his chance encounter with a self-proclaimed angel, but is all as it seems?
Southwest Light – The Journey Continues sees a group of five photographers travelling through Australia’s beautiful landscapes of the Southwest. Filmed and edited by Michael Fletcher, this fantastic exploration showcases some of Australia’s finest scenery. Fletcher’s latest solo project Autumn Colours, a pleasing trip through the Victorian highlands using the Canon 5D mk3 is also worth [...]