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07:49 min 2. November 2011

A Standard Story by Beth Riesgraf

a narrative film in no language

WeSC and The Standard proudly present a series of short films created by a group of selected artists who are an active part of the Superlative Conspiracy and whose creativity represent WeSC and The Standard’s art, travel and music sensibility.

Beth Riesgraf shot this film at The Standard, Downtown LA. Read more about the project here: http://standardculture.com/wesc

04:53 min 27. May 2013

Salt Photographs / Brambles

an experimental film in no language

a short for Brambles Salt Photographs from the album Charcoal.

a film by www.theworkofcastor.com
Starring Henrik Roos & Ebbe Johansson

02:53 min 27. April 2013


a narrative film in no language

*Audience Choice Award*
Nation Film Festival for Talented Youth (NFFTY)

*Best Drama*
Signal-to-Noise Media Arts Festival


A story that follows the relationship between a young boy and his Super 8 camera over the course of his life.

Written,Shot, and Directed by Dylan McGale and Aidan Walters
Cinematography - Aidan Walters and Dylan McGale
Edited by Dylan McGale

10:50 min 24. November 2014

Double Trouble - A Short Time Travel Comedy

a narrative film in no language

“Double Trouble” is written and directed by Andreas Climent and André Hedetoft. The short time-travel comedy stars Emelia Hansson, Mattias Thernström Florin, Marcus Thernström Florin, Jonny Blomkvist and Karen Helene Haugaard.

It is the story about a shy young man who misses the opportunity to talk to the girl of his dreams.
When he finds a mysterious pocket watch that can turn back time, he gets a second chance…


The film was financed through a successful Kickstarter campaign and shot in September 2013. We were also supported by and collaborated with Way Creative Films, Solid Entertainment, BoostHBG, Redhawk Productions, Ystad Kommun and Filmcentrum Syd.


Cast & Crew:

Producer: Lisette Nilsson
Executive Producers: Tobias Roediger & Christian Hallman
Directors: Andreas Climent & André Hedetoft
Cinematographer: Nils Croné
Original Music by: S. Peace Nistades
Sound Designer: Mathias Schlegel
Production Design: Afsaneh Larsson
Makeup: Vivianne Selariu
Production Sound Mixer: Tahu Parkinsson
Gaffer: Bella Bryngelsson
First Assistant Camera: Björn Wilthorn
Second Assistant Camera: Gustav Olsson
First Assistant Director: Sergej Israel
Production Assistant: Christoffer Lysell
Body Doubles: Patrik Andersson, Tobias Nilsson

Editing: Andreas Climent & André Hedetoft
Visual Effects: Jimmy Johansson, Andreas Andersson, André Hedetoft
Color Grading: Andreas Climent & Nils Croné

Music Recorded and Mixed at: Alkaloide Music Productions, Los Angeles, CA
Scoring Mixer: Ken Goerres
Orchestration Consultant: Pantawit Kiangsiri
Orchestrator: Ian Yen-Chu Chen
Scoring Assistant: Keith Mello-Hall
Technical Equipment Advisor: Howard Gale
Executive Music Producer: S. Peace Nistades
Associate Music Producer: Jennifer M. Cook
Cello: John Krovoza
Woodwinds: Rory Mazzella
French Horn: Allen Fogle

05:19 min 16. July 2013


a narrative film in no language

This is our graduation film from Bezalel - Academy of art and design, Jerusalem 2013

This is the story of Barnie, a grown man, Play around with his childish reflection in an urban landscape.
But the fun comes to an end when other adults around change him, and turn him into one of them.

*The film was made with TVPaint 9.5, Photoshop and After effects cs6.

We hope you'll enjoy it! :)

our blogs:

Film composer Ady Cohen's Website:

Facebook page of the film:

07:28 min 23. June 2012

I, pet goat II

a narrative film in no language

A story about the fire at the heart of suffering.
Bringing together dancers, musicians, visual artists and 3d animators, the film takes a critical look at current events. A mysterious figure travels aboard his boat through a dark and desolate landscape in his quest for inner peace.

Main softwares used: Maya, Vray, FumeFX, RealFlow
Download the wallpapers on our site.


Original soundtrack "the Stream", written and performed by Tanuki Project.

Some of the stellar artists that worked on the short: strob.net, huguescoupal.com, sebastienlarroude.com, arnaudbrisebois.carbonmade.com, daverand.com

Thank you Boogie Studio of Montreal for color grading the film for festivals!!!

Animation is about half keyframe animation and half motion capture.
Motion capture recording by Lartech.

Winner Ocelot Robot Film Festival
Placed 14th/100 best of 2012 | Fubiz
The Future of Animation | SOTW Awards 2013
“3D Movie creation” best film distinction | 4th International Animated Short Film Festival “Ciné court animé”
Winner 3D award Bitfilm Festival - http://www.bitfilm.com/festival/
Selected for The One Show - http://www.oneclub.org/
Taafi - Toronto Animation Arts Festival International official selection (also selected for best of Taafi film screening)
Short Shorts Film Festival & Asia 2013 - official selection
20th Granada Short film festival - International Competition

released 06/24/2012

04:03 min 13. February 2011


an experimental film in no language

Song: Keith Kenniff http://www.unseen-music.com/

02:52 min 27. May 2009

omar and his skyhook

an experimental film in no language

directed and produced by doug purver.

09:54 min 21. June 2012

Bendito Machine IV - Fuel the Machines

a narrative film in no language

BMIV - Fuel the Machines

An improbable hero embarks on a crude journey by land, sea and air -throughout all the attractions of a planet turned into a massive petrochemical park... and beyond.

Un improbable héroe se embarca en un crudo viaje por tierra, mar y aire entre todas las atracciones de un planeta convertido en un gigantesco parque petroquímico... y más allá.

Directed by Jossie Malis / Produced by Zumbakamera / Music by Sxip Shirey and Joseph R. Coniff / Sound by Julie Reier and Jossie Malis.

More information:

You can also reach us at Facebook (benditomachine) or Twitter. (#zumbakamera)

01:23 min 22. September 2011


a narrative film in no language

A short stop motion film about an old fashioned ninja duel.

Music by Tan Dun & Yo-Yo Ma.
Made with Dragon Stop Motion and After Effects.

06:34 min 17. May 2012

Swimming pool

a narrative film in no language

Night lovestory of two outsiders, who meet in closed swimming pool in the middle of big city.
2010 FAMU Production
animation, script,director: Alexandra Hetmerová, sound designer: Jan Sleska, film editor: Adam Patyk, production: Barbora Prikaska

2010 – Best animation – International Student Film
Festival in Pisek - Czech republic
2010 – Special mention on Anim´est Romania
2010 – Award for academic films - Anifest Rozafa
2010 - Special mention for animation FAMUFEST -
Prague - Czech republic
2010 - Second award from audiences on Festival Anilogue - Budapest - Hungary
2010 - Special mention for student animation on festival Etiuda Anima - Krakow – Poland
2010 – 3rd price for student animation Xiamen International Animation Festival – China
2010 – Cinemaiubit International Student Film Festival – best animation award
2011 - ANIMA 2011 – Brussels – Belgium - Anima 2011 Award for Best Student Short Film
2011 –Monstra festival Lisboa – Portugal - Best Short - Audience Award
2011 – 2rd Stortford film festival – Rhodes – United Kingdom – Best animation
2011 – Supertoon – Brač – Croatia – Special mention
2011 – Student award – Golden Dinosaur – CICDAF 2011 – CHINA
2011 – Honorable mention – Gradual films - Ottawa International Animation festival – Ottawa – Canada
2011 – Diploma in category Best student film - International Animation festival Tindirindis – Vilnius – Lithuania
2011 - Honorable mention - Student films - Animateka Ljubljana – Slovenia
2011 - Golden Goats for Best Animated Film for Young People - 29th IYAFF Ale Kino! – Poznań - Poland


02:51 min 21. February 2016

A Taste of Vienna

a documentary in no language

This is the second episode of our independent “A Taste of ...” time lapse series.
You wanna have a look at the city behind the Wiener Schnitzel, Sachertorte and Wiener Melange? Have a taste of our beautiful hometown Vienna, which serves as capital of Austria, located in the heart of Europe, with its enormous rich culture and history.
Let us take you on a fast trip through Vienna's world wide well known buildings, as well as less famous places, trough restaurants or tramways, which are called “Bims” by its locals, by the way...

Technical Details:
It took us one week of planning every single frame, one year of production (next to paid film jobs and university) and 2 TB hard drive space to create this time lapse movie.

Produced by:
Thomas Pöcksteiner // Peter Jablonowski

Sounddesign by Benjamin Bauernfeind

Thanks to the City of Vienna (http://wien.at) who supported us realizing the project!

Equipment used:
+ Canon 5D Mark III
+ 2x Canon 6D
+ Canon 600D
+ Canon 11-24mm F4
+ Canon TS-E 17mm F4
+ Canon 24-105mm F4
+ Tamron 150-600mm
+ Tamron 24-70mm F2,8
+ Pocketslider from http://pocketslider.de - Thanks Ben! ;-)
+ Emotimo TB3
+ several tripods from Sachtler, Manfrotto and Togopod

Visit our website: http://filmspektakel.at
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For licensing & inquires please contact us via email: info(at)filmspektakel.at
All shots are available in 5K!

07:30 min 12. February 2014

Beyond This Place

an experimental film in no language

Beyond This Place explores the ideas of solitude, sexuality, and discovery. In a time where sexual orientation isn't as simple as being born a certain way, but rather a regulated choice. The inability to make a choice consequently exiles young individuals to fend for themselves.

11:42 min 20. December 2011


a narrative film in no language

*** WINNER Best Animated Short Slamdance 2010 ***

An egg and an apple build competing broadcast towers that vie for the attention of a transistor radio. With its complex characterization and narrative of animal evolution, competition and reproduction, SEED is a beautiful and sinister stop-motion story about the struggle to survive.

Directed & Animated by Ben Richardson & Daniel Bird
Produced by Josh Hetzler
Story by Daniel Bird
Cinematography by Ben Richardson


Check out Ben's Sundance 2012 feature debut as cinematographer at www.beastsofthesouthernwild.com

03:30 min 30. April 2009

Quimby The Mouse

a narrative film in no language

A video put together by Chris Ware for our spring 2009 event "This American Life -- Live!" -- in which Ira Glass hosts an actual episode of the radio program, performed onstage by some of our favorite contributors. Dan Savage, Starlee Kine, and Mike Birbiglia told stories; David Rakoff and Dave Hill conducted a ‘special investigation. Plus, additional visuals by Arthur Jones, and a very special appearance by Joss Whedon, creator of Buffy the Vampire Slayer!

You'll be able to hear the episode online here:

The song in this video is "Eugene" by Andrew Bird. Animation by John Kuramoto. Permission to post this video has been granted by the contributors.

02:51 min 1. June 2016

When a board game gets lethal

a dance video in no language

Our preview pick from the Berlin Fashion Film Festival. Hong Kong-based director Nicolas Rocagel’s stylish short shows a young girl fantasizing about defeating her opponent samurai style. Read more on NOWNESS - http://bit.ly/1TJqH5u


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