A man falls from the sky into a deserted field with nothing but a lamb in a suitcase and an engagement ring in his pocket. Disorientated, he embarks on a city-wide journey towards his arranged marriage with a woman he has never met. The road to the protagonist’s wedding is peppered with allegorical depictions of the nature of manhood and, as foreshadowed by the bleating lamb, sacrifice. Premiered in the Golden Calf competition at the Netherlands Film Festival. It received a Young Director Award in Cannes 2019.
A troubled, teenage girl goes to extreme lengths on Twitter to make contact with a famous DJ. Written and Directed by Taylor Cohen Starring Maia Mitchell Produced by Tara Razavi, Taylor Cohen, Jason Baum —— Maia Mitchell / "The Girl" Lance Drake / "Strobe" Tara Razavi / Executive Producer Larkin Seiple / Director of Photography Jamie Foord / Editor Katie Jarzebowski / Composer Annie Jewell / Costume Designer Zac Stoltz / VFX Ricky Gausis / Color Unbridled Sound / Sound Design Titles by Chris Berdine Strobe design / Matthew Goldman
Pulse of Pushkar
A high octane travel short showcasing the charmful madness and the contagious energy of the age old holy city of Pushkar. Come November and the city springs to life with Pushkar Mela - A congregation of the greatest camel fair in the world coupled with festivities of Karthik Purnima that floods the sleepy town with millions of tourists, devotees, traders, herdsmen and of course photographers.
Carlos’ crisis seems to get worse when he gets home and finds out that his dog, Rocco, bit the neighbours’ son. Although his son, Luis, tries to prove his dog is not guilty, Carlos’ neighbours threaten him with the possibility of expelling the dog out of the building. It seems that Luis is the only one who can save Rocco by telling the truth… With: Nico Castañal, Josep Julien, Tamara Casellas y Jesús Lloveras Directed by: Gerard Nogueira Written by: Blai Domènech, Manuel Garrote y Gerard Nogueira Produced by: Helena Fernández Cinematography by: Martín Urrea Production design by: Adrià Porta Sound design by: Victor Marin y Eloy Rodríguez Edited by: Camila Musteikis VFX: Sergi Rejat *** CAMERIMAGE WINNER: BRONZE TADPOLE (Student Etudes Competition)
'Kukukid AW2018'’s irresistibly peppy soundtrack, dreamily dusky setting and stampeding herd of tiny joyous faces sells a slice of impeccably dressed pre-teen perfection. Read Sally Roberts' full review of Kukukid AW2018 here: https://www.framelight.org/single-post/SHORT-FOCUS-2018/Kukukid Director, DOP, Edit, Color: Adrian Chudek Producer: Marta Ożóg-Orzegowska WINNER BEST ART Chelsea Fashion & Film Festival New York 2018 Nominee BEST DIRECTOR London Fashion Film Festival 2018 Semi Finalist BEST COMMERCIAL Paris Play Film Festival 2019 Official Selection: Chelsea Fashion & Film Festival New York 2018 Frame Light Short Focus 2018 London Fashion Films Festival RD 2018 Sarajevo Fashion Film Festival 2018 Short In-Fest III EDITION Mallorca 2019
This Is Intercourse
A short film about the ins and outs of what goes where... Tom is a London-based comedy and entertainment director. He’s been working in TV since 2008 when one of his first jobs was making tea for Vic and Bob on Shooting Stars. He’s made shows for major broadcasters like the BBC, Channel 4, Comedy Central and NBC, often filming abroad in locations as diverse and exotic as Mexico, Mongolia and…Milton Keynes. He directs branded content for brands like Nike and Harper Collins, his short films featuring performances from David Schneider (Alan Partridge) and Cariad Lloyd (Peep Show) have been selected for festivals all over the world and his online sketches for The Poke and BBC3 have gone viral, racking up millions of views. He is currently developing several personal projects.
Written + Directed By ... Mason Blake Starring ... Eleanor Lougee-Heimer Featuring ... Karan Veer Khurana Photographed By ... Mason Blake Assistant Director ... Elizabeth Burch-Hudson Lighting Supervisor ... Jennifer Persson Edited + Mixed By ... Mason Blake Featuring Music By ... Piero Umiliani + Matthew Shipp Quartet Special Thanks ... Cambria Wyckoff + Diego Fandos Presented by Pictures in Colour ™
The Stones of the Quarries
'The Stones of the Quarries' is a short documentary connecting historians, nature preservers, and quarry workers to the world of granite quarrying in northern Massachusetts. An industry that once encapsulated Cape Ann in the 1800s until the great depression, leaves behind traces of its history not only in the quarries themselves but in the roads, bridges, monuments and buildings that helped rebuild America after the American Revolutionary and Civil Wars; stretching from Massachusetts to as far south as New Orleans, Louisiana. Maybe even in your own town. Official Selection Woods Hole Film Festival 2015 Official Selection Boston International Film Festival 2015 Gloucester Historical Commission Award 2015 Official Selection Newburyport Documentary Film Festival 2014 The film features: Leslie D. Bartlett: Quarry Photographer and Granite Historian John Ratti: Park Interpreter, Halibut Point State Park Ramona Latham: Educator/Interpreter, Trustees of Reservations Barbara Erickson: President and CEO, Trustees of Reservations George Johnson: Cape Ann quarry worker Music by Gareth Hobbs
'Today' is a nostalgia-inducing music video for Polish indie-pop outfit Rebeka. Written and Directed by Grajper. DOP - Mikołaj Syguda Production - FILM FICTION Producer - Adrian Pawłowski Production Manager - Kamila Boruc Production Manager Assistant - Kasia Beaupré Production Support - Bartek Kowalski, Jędrek Dziedzic Edited by - Patrycja Piróg / FILM FICTION Postproduction - LocoMotive Colourist - Jacek Bulik Online - Łukasz Omasta / LocoMotive Sound Postproduction - Jacek “Dzeksong” Onaszczkiewicz / LocoMotive Sound - Adam Wojtaś Cast - Kasia Adamczyk, Elwira Nalazek, Paulina Gadziała, Natalia Sztabińska, Ola Szkołda, Celina Mandziak, Staszek Gomoła, Janek Wajda, Dawid Makowski, Teodor Giguere, Jegor Kirilov, Kuba Zieliński, Bartek Włoczkowski, Grzegorz Cesarczyk, Grzegorz Urbański Set Designer - Kasia Pielużek Set Designer Assistant - Ewelina Rosłaniec, Aleksandra Markowska Costume Designer - Ewelina Mróz Costume Designer Assistant - Magdalena Janiszewska Makeup Artist - Joasia Darnikiewicz Makeup Artist Assistant - Marta Chojecka Wardrobe - Rafał Malinowski Stagehand - Grzegorz Urbański Camera rental - Film Cyfrowy Rent VHS Camera Operator - Jan Szewczyk VFX Support - Bartek Wasiluk Grip - Edwin Wolski / Grip7 Best Boy - Maciej Łukowski Camera Assistant / Focus Puller - Tomek Bartosik Light - Luks Film Gaffer - Michał Obłoza / Luks Film Best Boy - Maciej Obłoza / Luks Film Special thanks to Krysia Ziółek, Spółdzielnia Mieszkaniowa "Modzelewskiego"" w Warszawie, Karolina Cwalina, Mirosław Pytel / Yellowóz, Bernard Wnorowski Kamerra.pl, Cyprian Adamski, Piotr Cisło / Bad Boys Film Crew, Waldek "Pirania" Łowczynowski, Maciek Kurowicki, Łukasz Śliwiński, Michał Staliński / Otrębusy, Oddaj.to
The Pearson Twins
Identical twins, Adam and Neil Pearson, are navigating life in South London with a rare genetic disorder - neurofibromatosis. Despite their identical DNA, the twins are affected in vastly different ways. The one thing that remains the same is their perspective of life and how to live it best. Director - Jonathan Braue Producer - Kenny Ingle Director of Photography - Cody Cochran 1st Assistant Camera - Dimitrius Ramirez Editor - Joseph Talbot Colorist - Patrick Sexton Audio Design/Mix - Chent Steinbrink U.K. Location Production Support Producer - Jemma Goba Assistant Producer - Amy Saunders Sound Recordist - Steve Lee 2nd Assistant Camera - Adam Green Music Safe and Sound - Graham Colton Nostalgia - A. Taylor We Move the Same - Luke Atencio Asos Model Crush - dnè Our Kingdom - Generdyn
For The Love of Bread
A short documentary film about the new Bakery "11/11" which opened in Hanstholm, Denmark in May 2017. Kim Kjeldager left a steady, well-paying job to pursue a dream. Here's why and what happened. (Film is in Danish with English subtitles). Kim's bakery: https://www.11i11.dk/ Music credits: Kumasi Groove by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/...) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-... Artist: http://incompetech.com/ Some sound effects from loljames on freesound.org https://freesound.org/s/99430/
Official music video for Polish indie-dance act Kamp! Direction / Art Direction / Edit: Łukasz Zabłocki DOP: Kajetan Plis Costumes and Styling: Anna Sikorska Set design and Props: Ewelina Rosłaniec Make up: Aleksandra Przyłuska Assistant Director: Anna Bystrowska Camera Assistant: Piotr Kwiatkowski 2nd Camera Assistant: Paweł Grabarek Gaffer: Darek Barwiejuk Sparks: Krzysiu Rychlik, Piotr "gruby" Redzisz Lights: Heliograf Color Grading: Piotr Sasim/ Platige Image Sfx: Kacper Habisiak DREAMSOUND Camera equipment: MX35 Production: SHOOTME Warsaw Head Producer: Michał Shootman Majewski Production Manager: Sylwia Błaszczyk Asisstant Producer: Jakub Paduszek Set Coordinator: Michał Stalinski Casting: Sylwia Błaszczyk Actors: Alicja Kierczak/Koya Angelika Banach/D’vision Mayu Gralinska Sakai/Gudejko Juri Kussmaul Adrien Cognac Bartłomiej Krajewski/VIP Andrew Whyte/United for Models Chris P/ Panda Models Greg Klukowski/ Rebel Models Stanley/D’vision
Antonio Norales: Garifuna Guardian
In Antonio Norales: Garifuna Guardian, Walker Simon seeks to introduce in a colourful manner the culture and history of the Garifunas, a little-known ethnic group which stems from the intermingling of Africans, said to have survived the shipwrecks of slave ships, and the native Caribbean Arawak Indians. Through the lively images of a dance, Simon delves into their long resistance against domination by British colonisers on the island of St. Vincent in the late 18th Century. The film's main character is representative of the Garifunas' campaign to preserve their culture, including their own language, as the diaspora extends into the United States.
Subverse (Episodes One + Two)
'Subverse' is a sci-fi web-series about the dark side of the Internet - addiction, dating, privacy, and public shaming. Max meets a beautiful girl online, but when the ‘outside’ date goes awry he returns home for a drunken late-night porn binge and discovers a portal to the dark net. Bad things happen. WINNER: Best Sci-Fi Series - London Short Series Festival WINNER: Best Episodic - Infinity Film Festival Beverly Hills WINNER: Best Episodic - Bowery Film Festival Fall Edition WINNER: Best Web / New Media - FIFF Sept Edition WINNER: Best Web Series - Monkey Bread Tree Film Awards RUNNER-UP: Best Web/TV Series - Berlin SciFi Film Fest SEMI-FINALIST: Best VFX - Berlin SciFi Film Fest FINALIST: Best Web Series - Indie Short Fest Dec Edition OFFICIAL SELECTION: Boston Science Fiction Film Festival, The Philip K. Dick Science Fiction Festival, Splat! Film Festival, Vision Feast, Reel Shorts Chicago, UK Offline Web Fest, Independent Star Film Fest. Visit www.SUBVERSE.online for green-screen assets, audio stems and more. For the RAW, un-bleeped, uncensored version, and to help us keep creating, go to www.patreon.com/sbvrs