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07:38 min 16. June 2014


a narrative film in English

In October of 1979, a man discovers a mysterious phenomenon in the woods.

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Director interview on Directors Notes!

*Winner* "Best Drama" 2014 Las Positas Film Festival

*Winner* "Best Fantasy" 2016 Outlanta Con Film Festival

Official Selection 2014 San Francisco Underground Film Festival
Official Selection 2014 Sacramento International Film Festival
Official Selection 2014 Socal Creative and Innovative Film Festival
Official Selection 2016 Oakland International Film Festival
Official Selection 2016 Outlantacon Short Film Festival

Written & Directed By

Anthony Aguiar



Kyle Jones


Kyle Glasow


Sound Recordist

Ismael Castillo

Special FX Make-Up

Melissa Capistrano


Music By

Red Bennett


Director's Notes:

"Cypress was filmed in two days with only a two man crew, on a very low budget.
Thank you for watching. "

07:55 min 17. May 2008


a narrative film in no language

A Collaboration by Heui Won Jeong & Justin Murphy

Sound Design: Hank Shih
Music Composer: Allan Johnston
Music Performers: Bass - Allan Johnston;
Drums & Percussion - Raphael Geronimo; Trumpet - Chris Davis; Flute - Jill Russell

Photodocumentation: Ana Cho
Alphachannel: Kim Hoang & Kathy Whitney

Special Thanks: Jonathan Eric Tyrrell, Marilyn Cherenko, Martin Rose, Hilary Moses,
Dennis Burke, Darren Brereton, George Rosenberg & ECI Media Technicians

Influences: Ishmael, Madlib, Sun Ra, Monkmus, Roscoe Mitchell, Rockers, David Suzuki

Image Gallery: http://www.flickr.com/photos/molassesmurphy/sets/72157621782065962/

08:13 min 22. June 2011


a narrative film in no language

A young boy moves to a new neighbourhood and falls in love for the first time, with the much older girl next door.

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Full Credits:

Bastiaan Schravendeel (Director)
Jean-Paul Tossings (Technical director)
Sander Kamermans (Art director)
Piebe van der Storm (Set designer)

Peter van der Velden (Sound)
Alex Debicki (Music)
Bob Kommer Studios (Mix)

Thanks to:
Egbert de Ruiter (Supervising teacher HKU)
il Luster Films

09:28 min 7. May 2014

Behold the Noose

a narrative film in English

Official Selections: Short of the Week (Halloween), Macabre Faire, Transilvania International, Dark Scream, Sasquan International, Oregon Underground, Zed Fest, Barebones International, Tri-Cities International.

Winner: Audience Award Louisville International Festival of Film
Winner: Zed Fest - Best Short Thriller, Best Editing

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Produced by 3rd Identity - http://www.3rdidentity.com

Directed - Jamie Ryan Scott Brooks
Written - Sheldon R. Chick & Jamie Ryan Scott Brooks
Produced - Sheldon R. Chick & Major Dodge
Starring - Major Dodge http://imdb.com/name/nm2397116/
Vance Sparks (VO), Jeff Gilbreath, Lance Marcus
DOP, Edit, Grade - Jamie Ryan Scott Brooks
Original Music - Forever & Everest "Witch Lynching" http://foreverandeverest.bandcamp.com/
Composer - Cody Chick
Sound Design - Sheldon R. Chick
Art Department - Jeff Gilbreath, Jeremy Gilbreath, Lance Marcus, Jody Joiner, James Hood
Costume Designer - Mia Vincent
PA(s) - Jackson Bowden, Cody Franks, Ryan McKee, Clinton Cates
Extras - Crissy Henderson, Beverly Walker, John Lewis, Vicken Marzouwanian
Special Thanks - Kaufman County Sheriff, Deputy Harris, Deputy Beavers, Sue Pope, Lance Pope (RIP)
Executive Producer - Jeff Gilbreath, Sheldon R. Chick, Jamie Ryan Scott Brooks

*Shot in 24 hours on the Blackmagic 4k Production Camera.*

04:03 min 25. August 2013

films4peace 2013: Anthony Goicolea

an experimental film in no language

Anthony Goicolea describes his film:

"I have often felt that there are many rituals and traditions embedded in our various cultures that have lost their meaning and now merely serve as scripts for people to follow and act out without thinking of their true meanings or origins. Many children’s rhymes and songs, polite dinner customs, or party games derive from darker moments in history such as plague, famine, and war.

Growing up the son of Cuban parents, my brothers and I always had piñatas at our birthdays. Usually they took the shape of some sort of crude but cute animal effigy that ended up beaten to smithereens as rioting children stumbled over each other in a mad dash for the sugary spoils of war that spilled out like guts before them.
In my film for films4peace I wanted to dissect this sacrificial custom, the mechanics behind group dynamics, as well as the destruction that comes from greed. A life-sized, anatomically correct, sculpted horse in the guise of a piñata is beaten and destroyed until the multiple, identically clad, kids who flog it like monks banging church bells or a gong, surrender to the regret of the destruction they have wrought."

06:22 min 29. July 2008

Alive In Joburg - Neill Blomkamp

a narrative film in English


Neill Blomkamp directs a short film about aliens in South Africa. Fictional situation where alien species have populated a South African shanty town, living an even more outcast life than the villagers themselves. A new kind of apartheid develops between locals and aliens.

Directed By: Neill Blomkamp
Executive Producer: Carlo Trulli

05:03 min 15. January 2015

One of those days 2 - Candide Thovex

a documentary in no language

Candide Thovex having another one of those days in his home resort.

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Third party downloads and distribution is not permitted.

Filmed in Val Blanc, France.

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©Copyright Candide Thovex

06:01 min 31. October 2012

Rubber Johnny by Chris Cunningham & Aphex Twin (1080p HD)

an experimental film in English

Rubber Johnny by Chris Cunningham & Aphex Twin (1080p HD)
Info from Wikipedia:
The concept for Rubber Johnny came from Cunningham's imagining a raver morphing as he danced. The idea evolved to the present film, in which Johnny (played by Cunningham) is an isolated deformed (possibly hydrocephalic) teenager kept on a wheelchair and locked in a dark basement with his chihuahua. The film was originally intended to be a 30-second TV commercial for the Aphex Twin album drukqs, using the track "afx237 v7". However, Cunningham grew to like the concept more and more and decided to expand the concept into a greater length (the original commercial remains in the film in an altered form.) The film was shot partially in infrared night vision on digital video. The film's music is "afx237 v7 (w19rhbasement remix)", a remix made by Cunningham; the credits music is "gwarek2", also from drukqs.

02:41 min 22. March 2011

Tune for Two (2011)

a narrative film in no language

An execution takes an unexpected turn...

04:00 min 25. August 2013


a narrative film in no language

A romantic encounter between two snails with a tragic twist.

Grand Prize Winner - 2013 Movie Machine Digital Cinema Festival
Winner - 8th FILMSshort competition
Winner - Best Original Music - Houston Comedy Film Festival 2014
Winner - Reel 13 Short Film Contest 01/07/2015
Nominated - Best Cinematography - Houston Comedy Film Festival 2014
Official Selection - 22th International ContraVision Film Festival
Official Selection - 10th Fresno Film Festival
Official Selection - 10th Seattle True Independent Film Festival
Official Selection - Couch Fest Films 2014
Official Selection - No Budget Film Festival 2014
Official Selection - Roma Creative Contest 2015
Finalist - Corti da Sogni International Shortfilm Festival

Written/Directed/Shot by Chris Keller
Produced by Amelie Zilliox
Music by Alex Wallace

Additional VFX by Luciana Fintelmam, Alexander Taylor, Davi Stein, Anita Gribble, Tobias Keip
Kitchen Unit: Iain Wallace, Elena Rubio-Hall, Bella Panggabean, Eleanor Garratt, Christopher Taylor


11:41 min 12. November 2015

NOWNESS Shorts: Actresses

a narrative film in English

Tensions mount as an aspiring performer becomes romantically involved with an established Off Broadway star in ‘Actresses’, New York-based director Jeremy Hersh’s award winning short. Read the feature on NOWNESS - http://bit.ly/1La404X


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11:16 min 18. September 2014

How Giving Thanks Can Backfire

a talk in English

Amie Gordon, Ph.D., provides an overview of research into the downsides of gratitude--when giving thanks can backfire. Gordon studies the role of prosocial emotions (e.g., gratitude) and cognitions (e.g., perspective taking) in close relationships. She received her Ph.D. from UC Berkeley, where she is now a post-doctoral scholar in Social-Personality Psychology.

06:56 min 12. September 2011

Train - Short Film by Darius Clark Monroe

a narrative film in English

Late night in New York, Carl takes the Brooklyn bound F train home and runs into trouble in this thought provoking short film about fear and guilt.

Darius Clark Monroe - Director's Bio
Houston native, Darius Clark Monroe is an award-winning filmmaker and graduate of NYU's Tisch School of the Arts. Currently, he's completing post production on his next film, an autobiographical feature documentary
entitled 'Evolution of a Criminal' (Recipient of a Texas Filmmakers Production Fund Grant, Spike Lee Production Fellowship, Warner Bros. Film Award, Cinereach Grant, and a Tribeca All Access Participant).

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Carlton Byrd
DeWanda Wise (http://www.dewandawise.com/)
Robbie Sublett
Ali Crosier
Patricia Donahue
Efren Uribe

Written, Produced, and Directed by Darius Clark Monroe
Executive Producers - Darius Clark Monroe, Rodney Parnther, Roderick Giles
Director of Photography - Daniel Patterson (http://www.danielpattersondp.com/)
Editors - Daniel Patterson, Nikyatu Jusu
Assistant Camera - Justin K. Staley
Gaffer - Justyn Davis
Grips - Joseph "Joey" Singletary, E.Z.
Stunt Man/Coordinator - Corey Michael Lincoln
Production Assistants - Dale Arroyo, Devin Ershow, Kionn Burt
Assistant Director - Nikyatu Jusu
Special Effects Make-Up - Rob Benevides
Sound Recordist/Boom Operator - Donald "A.C." Conley
Sound Mixer/Designer - Matthew Polis
Photography - Mykwain Gainey
Interpreter - Diego Lummis

Tech Specs:
Shot on the Panasonic HVX with the Letus 35mm adapter and 35mm Nikon still camera lenses. Recorded the sound using a Sound Devices 702T digital recorder and a 416 boom mic.

Film Festivals
-Urbanworld Film Festival
-Palm Springs International Shortfest
-Roxbury International Film Festival
-Rooftop Films
-Black Maria Film+Video Festival (Director's Choice)
-National Gallery of Art
-The Virginia Film Festival
-Des Moines Art Center
-Washington DC Independent Film Festival
-Kansas City FilmFest (Honorable Mention)
-Atlanta Film Festival
-Athens International Film+Video Festival
-San Francisco Black Film Festival

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