In Josh Lopata’s emotion filled stop motion thesis short Fade, when death comes calling a young boy battles to hold on to the father he loves so dearly.
With lucrative TV deals hitting record highs year on year, swelling football club coffers alongside their other revenue streams, it seems perplexingly unfair that the humble football fan of the ultimate working man’s game gets their wallet fleeced every time they want to support their team. A fan of the beautiful game herself, Kris Hofmann […]
If this year’s onslaught of twerking rears got to be a little too much for you then you may well want to skip the gyration packed promo from Miikka Lommi for Femme En Fourrure’s Pretty Boy, which although NSFW is actualy tame by Lommi’s usual standards.
We’ve featured the work of Polish director Alan Kępski before and back then I found it hard to put into words exactly what it was about his visuals that made them so compelling. I’m not saying that I have a better explanation now, but Pseudopodium is an equally transfixing piece of filmmaking (and slightly NSFW).
Imagine if all those aspirational activities you plug into your status update came true as soon as you hit enter? Austrailian director Daniel Reisinger takes that idea runs with it for 12 LOL minutes of comedy in his short Status Update – A Facebook Fairytale.
Kristel Van De Kamp finds herself lost in a paradise that’s not for her in Iñaki San Juan’s fashion film Tropicalia.
The melding together of some of your favourite chocolate bars could yield a taste sensation or, as in Lee Hardcastle’s #CursingCandy, an unrepeatable stream of sweet sweet swearwords.
A robot and an artist discuss the big questions of the human condition in Isabela Dos Santos’ existential animated storybook poem I Met a Robot at a Ballet Once.
Tuixén Benet corrals a synchronised trio of ballerinas through a fantastically choreographed routine into a light enclosure for Les filles Föllen’s Caballo Negro. Here’s hoping their moves make their way to a dancefloor near you soon.
André Chocron and London Grammar join forces for a mightily impressive video to accompany the group’s soulful cover of Kavinsky’s Nightcall.