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04:28 min 8. December 2011

The Man Who Was Afraid of Falling

a narrative film in no language

"Ivor’s life is turned upside down after a falling plant pot sparks a series of paranoid reactions."

Graduation film from Newport Film School. Created in eight months. Shot with a Canon 5D and DragonFrame. Almost everything made from cardboard.

Making of: https://vimeo.com/64426620

www.josephwallace.co.uk
twitter.com/josephwallaceuk

Credits:
Written, designed and directed by Joseph Wallace
Music Kit Wilson (soundcloud.com/kit-wilson)
Sound Jack Vaughan (www.jackvaughan.co.uk)
Model making Emma-Rose Dade, Joseph Wallace, Sinead Oram (www.sineadoram.co.uk)
Puppet costume James Hadrill (www.jamesashleyhadrill.com)
Animation Joseph Wallace
Director of photography and assistant animation Emma-Rose Dade (www.cargocollective.com/emmarosedade)
Drawn animation Gemma Roberts (www.amberdust.co.uk)
Compositing Lewys Hobden, Emma-Rose Dade (www.lewyshobden.com)

Nominations:
Nominated for a BAFTA Cymru in 'Short Form and Animation', shortlisted for the 'McLaren Award for New British Animation' at Edinburgh International Film Festival 2012, shortlisted for the British Animation Awards 2012, nominated for 'Best Animation', British Student Film Festival 2012, nominated for 'Best Animation' and 'Best Soundtrack', Watersprite Festival 2012, nominated for 'Best Animation', 'Best Soundtrack' and 'Best Screenplay', Once Voice Festival 2012, shortlisted for 'Best Animation' and 'Best UK Graduate Animation', Ffresh Festival 2012.

Awards:
Winner 'Best Animation', One Voice Festival 2012, 2nd Prize Royal Television Society Student Animation Award, Winner of 'Best Up-and-Coming Talent Award 2011' Canterbury Anifest and winner of 'Best Film' Newport Animation Awards 2011.

Screenings:
Two Short Nights Festival, Exeter, Nov 2012
Bang! Short Film Festival, Nottingham, Nov 2012
London Animation Club, London, Nov 2012
Show Me the Animation, Bristol, Oct 2012
Edinburgh International Film Festival, Scotland, Jul 2012
Let's Keep it Short, London, Jun 2012
Festival Internacional de Curtmetratges Mas Sorrer, Spain, Jul 2012
Stuttgart International Festival of Animated Film, Germany, May 2012
China International Cartoon & Animation Festival, China, Apr 2012
British Student Film Festival, UK: London, Bristol, Liverpool, Newcastle, Apr 2012
Various locations across the UK on BBC Big Screens, 2012
Anirmau, Spain, Apr 2012
Be There, Greece, Apr 2012
Monstra, Portugal, Mar 2012
Flatpack Festival, UK, Mar 2012
Athens Animfest, Greece, Mar 2012
Watersprite Festival, UK, Feb 2012
Animated Exeter, UK, Feb 2012
One Voice Festival, UK, Feb 2012
Ffresh Festival, UK, Feb 2012
CineMe: Animation Showcase, UK, Dec 2011
Encounters International Short Film Festival, UK, Nov 2011
Animated Dreams, Estonia, Nov 2011
Bradford Animation Festival, UK, Nov 2011
Flip Animation Festival, UK, Oct 2011
BanjaLuka, Bosnia, Oct 2011
Canterbury Anifest, UK, September 2011
Se-Ma-For Film Festival, Poland, September 2011
CineMe: Animation Showcase, UK, September 2011
Bristol Festival of Puppetry, UK, August 2011
Show Me The Animation: Bristol Festival of Puppetry edition, UK, August 2011
CineMe: Short Film Showcase, UK, July 2011
Show Me The Animation: New Talent Showcase, UK, July 2011
Bluescreen at The Cube Cinema, UK, July 2011
Animation Newport 2011 Industry showcase, UK, June 2011

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10:38 min 2. February 2015

Le Gouffre

a narrative film in French

An inspiring tale about friendship, sacrifice and conquering the impossible.

www.legouffre.com

Interested in supporting us and our next projects? Here's how you can help!
http://legouffre.com/support/

Curious about how we made the film? Watch our Making-Of, "the Journey Behind Le Gouffre"!
https://vimeo.com/118472904

- ABOUT THE FILM -

Le Gouffre is the first animated short film produced and directed by Lightning Boy Studio, a young creative team based in Montreal. The film tells the story of two spirited travelers who come across an incredibly wide chasm on their journey and decide to build a bridge to cross it. Released in February 2015, the project had first gained a lot of attention following the huge success of its Kickstarter campaign, which allowed the creators to finance the movie's post-production. Many were impressed by the passion and determination of the small team of three animators, who spent more than two full years creating the 10-minute film.

As of now, Le Gouffre has been selected in more than 60 festivals around the world and won nine awards, four of them for "Best Animated Short".

- CREDITS -

Directed by : Carl Beauchemin, Thomas Chrétien, David Forest
Music : Dan Cullen, Deryn Cullen
Foley and Sound Design : Mark Donis
Animation and Rigging : Carl Beauchemin
Art Direction and Animation : David Forest
Visual Effects and Compositing : Thomas Chrétien
Voice Actors : Nicolas Charbonneaux, Charles-André Gaudreau, Élisabeth Forest
Final Sound Mixing : Jean-Pierre Bissonnette
Online : Birck Fulham

- AWARDS -

Best CG Animation Short
3D World Magazine CG Awards 2015

Award of Excellence in Filmmaking or Screenwriting
Canada International Film Festival 2015

Jury Special Prize
Cinéma des Peuples Festival 2014

Best Animation
Harlem International Film Festival 2014

Best Animation
San Jose International Short Film Festival 2014

Best Animation
Youngcuts Film Festival 2014

Audience Favorite
SPASM Festival 2014

Audience Favorite
Animated Short - 2nd Place
Palm Springs International ShortFest 2014

Best Visual Effects
Golden Orchid International Animation Festival 2014

- THE TEAM-

Lightning Boy Studio was born in 2012 out of a shared passion : to tell great stories. The three founders met in animation school in 2009 and have dreamed ever since to be able to work together on projects of their own. Le Gouffre is the result of their first collaboration. The team is now working on a new idea for an animated feature film and is looking for partners and investors to join in on this adventure.

CONTACT: info­@legouffre.com
FACEBOOK: www.facebook.com/filmlegouffre

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07:51 min 21. April 2011

38-39°C

a narrative film in Korean

short film by kangmin kim

Grand Prix Experimental / CINE COURT ANIME 2013
Best Animated Short / Ashland Independent Film Festival 2012
Best Short Animation / San Diego Asian Film Festival 2012
38-39˚c gives us the blueprint of a relationship between a father and son inside the dream the protagonist experiences while under the spell of the elevated temperatures of a bathhouse. Thick sheets of paper in exquisite arrangement represent the two men who are linked by their identical birthmarks, yet cannot seem to look at each other. ---- Maureen Selwood

Click here to view making
https://vimeo.com/26085766

visit my webpage to see more information
http://www.studiozazac.com
http://www.seulmin.com

screening
Sundance Film Festival
ANNECY International Animated Film Festival
OTTAWA International Animation Festival
AFI
Chicago International Film Festival
Edinburgh International Film Festival
Neshville Film Festival
Milwaukee Film Festival
San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival
Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival
ANIMAYO
Florida Film Festival
ANIFEST
Rockport Film Festival
FLATPACK Festival
Ashland Independent Film Festival
CINE COURT ANIME
ANIMAYO

e-mail: 30gibson@gmail.com

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04:24 min 13. June 2008

E.T.A. - Scifi Short Film

a narrative film in English

Space pilot Marvin has the most boring job in the universe - but something lurks in the shadows of his space ship...

Animated scifi short film influenced by many science fiction classics, and a few contemporary scifi shows/animations. Produced by the demoscene group JUNK in 2008.

Won the Best Animation Award at BreakPoint, Germany in 2008.
Won the Best New Talent Award at Aarhus Filmfestival, Denmark in 2008.
Won the Best Animation Award at Balticon, USA in 2010.

Director: Henrik Bjerregaard Clausen
Writer: Søren Pødenphant Andersen
Year: 2008

Matte paintings: Michael La-Cour
3D modelling & texturing: Søren Pødenphant Andersen, Michael La-Cour
Character animation: Søren Pødenphant Andersen, Michael La-Cour
Cinematography: Henrik Bjerregaard Clausen

Storyboard consultant: Ignacio Ferreras

Original music & sound editing: Rasmus Kudahl Kaae Munch
Final sound mix & mastering: Lars Christophersen

Editing & compositing: Henrik Bjerregaard Clausen

Produced by JUNK with support from ANIS & Open Workshop

Copyright © 2008 JUNK

Has been in competition and/or screened at multiple film festivals all over the world, including:
Premio Cinematografico, Italy
Big Cartoon Festival, Russia
Viewster Online Filmfest
Big Cartoon Festival, Russia
Animago, Germany
Chattacon 38, USA
Reel 13 Indie Film Competition
Paris (60th) "Mars Attacks", France
Celluart, Germany
ShortCUTS, Germany
Fantaspoa, Brazil
Macou Cultural Center, China
Backup Festival, Germany
Gwacheon Intl. SF Festival, Korea
Kurye Video and Digital Arts Festival
Tricycle Cinema pre Source Code, UK
ICON Intl. SciFi Festival, Israel
Brain Wash, UK
IMAGINE Film Festival, NL
Animayo, Spain
Viewfinders IFF, Canada
Roanne Intl. Fest. of Short Anim, FR
APOX Film Festival, Croatia
Balticon Sunday Night Short FF, US
TriCity Indie Fan Film Fest, US
Nemo Festival, France
Minimalen, Norway
Fredrikstad Anim. Festival, Norway
Siggraph, USA
Fantastisk Film Festival, Sweden
Cortoons Int. Short FF, Italy
Red Stick Int. FF, USA
Anima Mundi, Brazil
Animated Encounters, UK
Cartoons on the Bay, Italy
Cinanima, Portugal
Int. Trickfilm-Festival, Germany
Bath Film Festival, UK
Arcipelago, Italy
Artimotion, Italy
Motion CUBE, Italy
Up-and-Coming Intl. FF, Germany
London Intl. Animation Fest, UK
Melbourne Intl. Anim Fest, Australia
Australian Intl. Anim Fest, Australia
Sydney Intl. Anim Fest, Australia
MaxCon, Czech Republic
HD Fest, USA
Computer Space, Bulgaria
Anchorage Filmfestival, USA
Siggraph Asia, Singapore
Platforma Video8, Greece
OneDotZero Adventures in Motion, UK

http://junkworks.org
http://henrikbclausen.com
http://twitter.com/henrikbc

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02:31 min 2. July 2009

Papiroflexia

a narrative film in no language

An origami tale of a skilful paper folder who could shape the world with his hands.

Papiroflexia (Spanish for “Origami”) is the animated tale of Fred, a chubby man with a passion for paper folding, who wants to change the world with his art. It was originally written as a poem by Joaquin Baldwin, and later developed into an animated film at the UCLA Animation Workshop, with music by Nick Fevola.

Release date: June 9th 2007
Format: HD 1920x1080 px, 16:9

### Awards and Honors ###

Festival de Cannes - Short Film Corner '08 (France) - Finalist on NFB Online Competition
Cinequest Film Festival '08 (CA) - Best Animated Short Film
USA Film Festival '08 (TX) - The Family Award
Pangea Day '08 (Worldwide) - South America Winner
Sedona International Film Festival '08 (AZ) - Best Animated Film: Director's Choice
Sedona International Film Festival '08 (AZ) - Best Animated Film: Audience Choice
Official Best of Fest Awards '10 (WA) - Award-winning Film for Animation Lovers
Official Best of Fest Awards '10 (WA) - Award-winning Film for Nature Lovers
Ashland Independent Film Festival '08 (OR) - Best Animated Short
FirstGlance Film Fest Philadelphia '08 (PA) - Best Director, Animation
Poppy Jasper Film Festival '07 (CA) - Best Creative Media: Juror's Choice Award
Peace on Earth Film Festival '08 (IL) - Best Animated Film
Lake County Film Festival '09 (IL) - Best Narrative Short, Audience Award
ShortsNonStop '09 (Online) - July 2009 Winner
The Accolade Film Awards '07 (CA) - Honorable Mention in Animation
Very Short Movies Festival '08 (CA) - Honorable Mention in Animation
Angelus Student Film Festival '07 (CA) - Finalist
Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival '07 (FL) - 5th place
Hazel Wolf Environmental Film Festival '08 (WA) - Best of Fest Selection
Festival International du Film d’Environnement '08 (France) - Special Mention, Short Film
HD Fest '08 (CA) - Honorable Mention in Animation
EcoFocus Film Festival '08 (GA) - Honorable Mention, Children's Favorite Short Film
Universo Corto '10 (Italy) - 3rd Prize

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15:54 min 4. January 2011

PIONEER

a narrative film in English

Official Selection Sundance 2011

Grand Jury Prize Winner, SXSW 2011
Grand Jury Prize For Narrative Short, Ashland Film Festival
Grand Jury Prize for Best Short, Indie Grits Festival
Grand Jury Prize, Festival De Cortos Fib

Written & Directed by David Lowery
Produced by Toby Halbrooks & James M. Johnston
Starring Will Oldham & Myles Brooks
Cinematography by David Blood
Production design by Kara Keith
Original score by Daniel Hart

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17:05 min 21. April 2014

What Cheer? - starring Richard Kind

a narrative film in English

Winner - Best of New York - NY Shorts Fest 2014
Winner - Filmmaker's Favorite, and Audience Award - DC Shorts Fest 2014
Winner - Best Narrative Short - Tacoma Film Festival 2014
Winner - Best Short Film - Reel Indie Film Festival 2014
Winner - Best Short Film - Three Rivers Film Festival 2014
Winner - Black Bear Award for Best Use of Sound - Athens Int'l Film and Video Festival 2014
Audience Choice - San Jose International Short Film Festival 2014
Official Selection - Palm Springs ShortFest 2014
Official Selection - New Orleans Film Festival 2014
Official Selection - Rhode Island International Film Festival 2014
Official Selection - LA Shorts Fest 2014
Official Selection - Hollyshorts 2014
Official Selection - San Diego Film Festival 2014
Official Selection - Toronto International Jewish Film Festival

Directed by Michael Slavens
Written by Matthew Goldenberg and Michael Slavens
Director of Photography: Jeanne Vienne
Produced by Jason Goldman and Ethan Brosowsky
Starring: Richard Kind, The What Cheer? Brigade, Kelly Kirklyn, Lee Wilkof

for more information contact:
Michael Slavens
michael@fiveeyedfilms.com
646.498.9091

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07:30 min 20. July 2015

PALM ROT

a narrative film in no language

Investigating a mysterious explosion in the Florida Everglades, a crop-duster named Bill discovers a lone crate that survived the wreckage. Curiosity gets the better of him and he pulls the crate unto his airboat. That's just the first in a series of decisions he learns to regret.

PROCESS BLOG : http://gillizamastudios.com/blog/category/palm-rot/

Best Animated Short - RAINDANCE 2015
Best Student Short - KLIK! 2015
Animated Grit Award - INDIE GRITS 2015
Official Selection SUNDANCE 2015
Official Selection SXSW 2015
Official Selection ANNECY 2015
Official Selection OTTAWA 2015
Official Selection AFI FEST 2015

Official Selection:
Anim'Est 2015 / Animation Block Party 2015 / Anifilm 2015 / Animanima 2015 / Anima Brussels 2015 / Anima Mundi 2015 / AnimaSyros 8.0 / Charm City Fringe Festival 2015 / Chattanooga FF 2015 / Cinefamily Animation Breakdown 2015 / Dallas International FF 2015 / Euganea FF 2015 / First Frame 2015 / Indy FF 2015 / Imagine Amsterdam 2015 / KLIK! Amsterdam 2015 / Maryland FF 2015 / Milano FF 2015 / Mile High Horror Festival 2015 / Mill Valley FF 2015 / Montreal Festival du nouveau cinema 2015 / Nashville FF 2015 / NEW YORK Film Festival 2015 / Northside FF 2015 / Northwest Animation Festival 2015 / Omaha FF 2015 / Pluk de Nacht 2015 / Provincetown FF 2015 / P'tit Pain 4 / Rooftop FF 2015 / Seoul Guru International FF 2015 / Short & Sweet - South Africa 2015 / Southside FF 2015 / Treefort FF 2015

Direction / Animation : Ryan Gillis
Sound Design : Owen Granich-Young
Music : Waylon Thornton
Voice Acting: Greg Tonner
Cel Coloring: Jesse James Dean, Mara Guevara, Jabril Mack

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16:24 min 3. October 2008

Validation

a narrative film in English

SEE THE TRAILER FOR "SHUFFLE", THE FEATURE FILM FROM THE DIRECTOR AND STAR OF "VALIDATION", NOW ON HOME VIDEO. http://youtu.be/HPefbEgagd8?hd=1

http://www.shufflethemovie.com
http://www.facebook.com/shufflethemovie

http://www.kurtkuenne.com
http://www.facebook.com/kurtkuennefilmmaker
On Twitter @Kurt Kuenne

"Validation" is a fable about the magic of free parking.

Starring TJ Thyne & Vicki Davis
Writer/Director/Composer - Kurt Kuenne
A Theatre Junkies Production

Winner - Best Narrative Short, Cleveland Int'l Film Festival; Winner - Jury Award, Gen Art Chicago Film Festival; Winner - Audience Award, Hawaii Int'l Film Festival; Winner - Best Short Comedy, Breckenridge Festival of Film; Winner - Crystal Heart Award, Best Short Film & Audience Award, Heartland Film Festival; Winner - Christopher & Dana Reeve Audience Award, Williamstown Film Festival; Winner - Best Comedy, Dam Short Film Festival; Winner - Best Short Film, So Cal Independent Film Festival; Winner - Best Short Film, Idyllwild Film Festival; Winner - Best Short Film, Sedona International Film Festival;

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06:01 min 1. December 2009

Granny O'Grimm's Sleeping Beauty - Full HD

a narrative film in English

Full film of the Oscar nominated "Granny O'Grimm's Sleeping Beauty", directed by Nicky Phelan, produced by Brown Bag Films, and written/voiced by Kathleen O'Rourke.

In this computer animated short film, Granny O'Grimm, a seemingly sweet old lady loses the plot as she tells her version of Sleeping Beauty to her terrified grandchild.

Granny O'Grimm's Sleeping Beauty received an Oscar nomination for Best Animated Short Film at the 2010 Academy Awards.

http://www.grannyogrimm.com

Directed by Nicky Phelan
Written & Performed by Kathleen O'Rourke
Produced by Darragh O'Connell
Concept by Kathleen O'Rourke and John Walsh
Music by Gregory Magee

http://www.brownbagfilms.com

Title: Granny O'Grimm's Sleeping Beauty
Duration: 6 min
Year of Production: 2008
Commissioned by: IFB, RTE & the Arts Council

Awards:
Galway Film Fleadh, IRL -- Winner Best Animated Short
Palm Springs, LA -- Runner up, Audience Choice Award
Denver Starz, U.S. -- Winner, People's Choice Award
Dam Short Film Fest, U.S. -- Runner-up, Audience Award
Irish Film & TV awards, IRL -- Winner Best Animation
Omaha Film Festival, U.S. -- Best Animated Short, Audience award
Heart of Gold, AUS -- Winner, Best Comedy
Cinegael Montreal - Winner, Audience Award, Best Short
Newport Beach - Winner, Outstanding Achievement in Short Films
Chicago Irish Film Festival, US - Audience Award, Best Short (2nd Place)
Cinegael Montreal, CAN - Audience Award, Best Short
Cineanima Short Film Festival, POR - Special Mention, Best Short Film
Academy Awards, USA - Best Animated Short Film nomination
Cartoons on the Bay, IT - Best Short Animation & Best Animated Character
Digital Media Awards, IRE - Best Animation

Discover more, including making-of, how-to, and interviews with the team on our blog:
http://www.brownblogfilms.com

Add us on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/BrownBagFilms
Follow us on Twitter! https://twitter.com/BrownBagFilms

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07:02 min 8. May 2012

The Death of an Insect - Erään hyönteisen tuho

an experimental film in no language

Erään hyönteisen tuho
The Death of an Insect

7 min, 35 mm, animation / documentary / experimental, 1:1,85, dolby digital, 24 fps, 2010

synopsis:

In a lifeless urban landscape where time itself has stopped its crawl, a mad ballet is commencing and a newly hatched butterfly is about to die.

This tragic story was constructed using dead insects gathered from forgotten attics and tool sheds, between window panels and cobwebs. It combines a number of animation techniques from classic stop-motion animation to animated 3D models of x-ray CT-scanned insects.

Watch the making of The Death of an Insect on Vimeo: https://vimeo.com/16521114

main credits:

Director, Script, Cinematography, Animation, Editing: Hannes Vartiainen and Pekka Veikkolainen
Music: Joonatan Portaankorva
Mixing consultant: Olli Huhtanen
Producer: Hannes Vartiainen, Pekka Veikkolainen
Production: Pohjankonna Oy

Awards and festivals:

World premiere at the 67th Venice Film Festival, 2010

Screened at:

Hong Kong International Film Festival, Hong Kong, China, 2011
Clermont-Ferrand International Film Festival, Clermont-Ferrand, France, 2011
CFC World Wide Shorts, Toronto, Canada, 2011
Tampere International Film Festival, Tampere, Finland, 2011
Huesca International Film Festival, Huesca, Spain, 2011
Uppsala International Short Film Festival, Uppsala, Sweden, 2010
Antarctic Short, Documentary and Animation Film Festival, The Antarctic, 2010
IDFA, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 2010
+ ~50 others

Awards for the Death of an Insect:

Best Experimental Short, CFC World Wide Shorts, Toronto, Canada, 2011
and a variety of honorary mentions for best animation, best music, etc.

contact / world sales:

Pohjankonna Oy
Nilsiänkatu 10-14 B
00510 Helsinki
FINLAND
hannes@pohjankonna.fi
www.pohjankonna.fi

biographies of the directors

Hannes Vartiainen (b.1980) has a background in film. Pekka Veikkolainen (b.1982) has worked in the fields of animation and illustration since 2000.

The two started their own production company in 2008 and they have so far completed four short films:
Hanasaari A (2009, documentary, 15 min, 35 mm)
The Death of an Insect (2010, animation, 7 min, 35 mm)
Gates of Life (2012, documentary, 6 min, 35 mm)
Emergency Calls (2013, documentary, 15 min, 35 mm)

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18:40 min 18. May 2011

GoldenBox [short film]

a narrative film in English

On the eve of moving apart forever, two best friends must use their love of GoldenEye 007 for the N64 and break into a shipping facility to steal back a package -- a mysterious golden box -- and hope their friendship can survive the adventure.

Official Site: www.goldenboxmovie.com
IMDb: www.imdb.com/title/tt1891811
Contact: matt [at] matt-macdonald.com

TRAILER: https://vimeo.com/25017795
OUTTAKES: https://vimeo.com/113584225
BEHIND THE SCENES CLIP: https://vimeo.com/14678498

AWARDS:
**** WINNER - Best Action Film - Atlanta Shortsfest
**** WINNER - Golden Palm Award - Mexico International Film Festival
**** WINNER - Best Cinematography - FirstGlance Film Festival Hollywood
**** WINNER - Best Editing - Southern California Business Film Festival
**** NOMINEE - Best Student Short - The Derby City Film Festival
**** NOMINEE - Best Narrative Short - Trail Dance Film Festival
**** WINNER - Best Overall Production - Daytona Beach Film Festival
**** NOMINEE - Best Cinematography - Houston Comedy Film Festival
**** NOMINEE - Best Editing - Houston Comedy Film Festival
**** WINNER - Silver Screen Award - Nevada Film Festival
**** WINNER - Best Student Short Film - HollyShorts Film Festival
**** WINNER - Best Student Film - Hardacre Film Festival

FESTIVALS:
* Official Selection - The Valley Film Festival
* Official Selection - Maelstrom International Fantastic Film Festival
* Official Selection - Atlanta Shortsfest
* Official Selection - Palm Springs International ShortFest
* Official Selection - Comic-Con International Independent Film Festival
* Official Selection - Mexico International Film Festival
* Official Selection - deadCENTER Film Festival
* Official Selection - Myrtle Beach International Film Festival
* Official Selection - Southern California Business Film Festival
* Official Selection - FirstGlance Film Festival Hollywood
* Official Selection - USC First Look Film Festival
* Official Selection - The Derby City Film Festival
* Official Selection - The Official Best of Fest Awards
* Official Selection - Festivus Film Festival
* Official Selection - Beloit International Film Festival
* Official Selection - Trail Dance Film Festival
* Official Selection - WorldKids International Film Festival (Mumbai, India)
* Official Selection - Daytona Beach Film Festival
* Official Selection - Houston Comedy Film Festival
* Official Selection - Big Apple Film Festival
* Official Selection - The Loft Film Festival
* Official Selection - Louisville's International Festival of Film
* Official Selection - Dark Bridges Film Festival (Saskatoon, SK Canada)
* Official Selection - Bend Film Festival
* Official Selection - HollyShorts Film Festival
* Official Selection - Hardacre Film Festival
* Official Selection - Action On Film International Film Festival
* Official Selection - LA Shorts Fest

Directed By: Matt MacDonald
Written By: Matt MacDonald and Robin Phillips
Produced By: Damian Horan, Camila Ohara Tanabe, and Matt MacDonald
Executive Producer: Ty Strickler
Director of Photography: Sean Conaty
Edited By: Bethe H. Gordon
Sup. Sound Editor: Jesse Rosenman
Production Designer: Alan Farkas
Original Music By: Simon Stevens

Shot on RED ONE MX, Edited in FCP
©2011

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09:14 min 29. December 2010

Interpretation - 7 Minute Short Film by Lin Oeding

a narrative film in English

Like it? Buy the DVD with Special Features - https://www.createspace.com/282434

Winner of 24 Film Festivals - Best Narrative Short Film - Best Crime/Thriller

A romantic couples brief encounter with a few philosophical thugs unfolds in an unusual way. After this night no one will be the same. Everyone will learn something new.

www.InterpretationMovie.com

E-Mail: Info@InterpretationMovie.com

Directed by: Lin Oeding
Written by: Matt Olmstead & Lin Oeding

Awards & Festivals

Winners
2010 George Lindsey UNA Film Festival - Best Nar. Short
2009 Festivus Film Festival - Best Short Short
2009 New Jersey Int'l Film Festival - Best Short Film
2009 Tupelo Film Festival - Best Short Film
2009 Boston Film Night - Best of Festival
2009 Beverly Hills Short Film Festival - Jury Award - Best Short Film (Crime/Action)
2009 Hollywood FirstGlance Film Festival - Best Short , Best Director
2009 Show Off Your Shorts Film Festival - Best Picture, Nom. Best Director
2009 Carolina Film and Video Festival - Best Narrative Short
2009 Honolulu Int'l Film Festival - Excellence in Filmmaking Award
2009 Foursite Film Festival - Best Domestic Short
2009 Rochester International Film Festival - Excellence in Filmmaking
2009 WorldFest Houston - Gold Remi - Best Short
2009 Accolade Competition - Award of Merit
2009 Bare Bones International Film Festival - Nom. Best Micro Short
2009 Long Island International Film Expo - Best Editing Short. Nom: Best 35mm Short, Best Director
2009 Action on Film International Film Festival - Best Fight Choreography. Nom: Best Director, Best Cinematography, Best Leading Actor
2009 Moondance International Film Festival - Best Fiction Short
2009 American Emerging Filmmakers Showcase at Cannes - Honorable Mention
2009 Action/Cut Short Film Competition - Semi Finalist - Best Short Film
2009 NBC Universal Short Cuts Film Festival - Finalist - Best Short Film
2009 Columbus International Film + Video Festival - Honorable Mention - Best Short Film
2009 Dragon*Con Independent Short Film Festival - Best Action Short
2009 Bend Film Festival - Jury Award - Best Editing
2009 Red Rock Film Festival - Jury Prize - Best Narrative Short
2008 Rockport Film Festival - Best Fiction Short

Official Selections
2011 Bodega Bay International Film Festival
2009 Festival de Cannes - Short Film Corner
2009 New York Television Festival
2009 LA Shortsfest
2009 Real to Reel International Film Festival
2009 LA Asian Pacific Film Festival
2009 Newport Film Festival
2009 Cleveland International Film Festival
2009 Queens International Film Festival
2009 Burbank International Film Festival
2009 Las Vegas International Film Festival
2009 Big Bear Lake International Film Festival
2009 Charleston International Film Festival
2009 Oxford International Film Festival
2009 Indianapolis International Film Festival
2008 Miami International Short Film Festival
2009 ReelHeart International Film Festival
2009 Temecula Valley International Film Festival
2009 Super Shorts International Film Festival
2009 Griffon International Film Festival
2009 Spokane International Film Festival
2009 San Diego Asian Film Festival
2009 Napa Sonoma Wine Country Film Festival
2009 Lake County Film Festival
2009 FILMSTOCK 11 Film Festival - UK
2009 New York Film and Stage Expo
2009 Open APPerture Short Film Festival
2009 Stony Brook Film Festival
2009 Dances with Films - Hollywood
2009 Chicago International REEL Shorts Festival
2009 USA Film Festival
2009 Raindance Film Festival
2009 deadCenter Film Festival
2009 Los Angeles United Film Festival
2009 San Francisco United Film Festival
2009 Tulsa United Film Festival
2009 Chicago United Film Festival
2009 New York United Film Festival
2009 Twin Rivers Media Festival
2009 Charlotte Film Festival
2009 Cambridge Film Festival
2009 Breckenride Festival of Film
2009 Philadelphia Asian American Film Festival
2009 Ohio Independent Film Festival
2009 DC Shorts Film Festival
2009 Hollyshorts Film Festival
2009 The Nickel Independent Film Festival
2008 Mammoth Film Festival

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02:35 min 30. March 2011

Vovô (2010)

a narrative film in English

Synopsis: He was bald with some liver spots on his head...

Graduation film made at the University of Wales, Newport in 2010.

Director: Luiz Stockler
Produced by the University of Wales, Newport 2010

Awards -

Nominated for National Royal Television Society Award, UK
Winner - Royal Television Society Student Undergraduate Animation Award, Wales Region, UK
'Best of the West' Special Commendation - Animated Exeter, UK
British Council Supported

Screenings -

Brain Wash Six, London, UK (2010)
_DRIFT Old Vic Tunnels, London, UK (2010)
Anim’est International Animation Film Festival, Romania (2010)
Brest European Short Film Festival, France (2010)
Bradford Animation Festival, UK (2010)
Exposures Film Festival, UK (2010)
Skena Up International Students Film and Theatre Festival, Kosovo (2010)
Animateka International Animation Film Festival, Slovenia (2010)
Savannah International Animation Festival, USA (2011)
Ffresh Student Moving Image Festival of Wales, UK (2011)
Animex International Festival of Animation and Computer Games, UK (2011)
Animated Exeter, UK (2011)
Brain Wash at Debut Club, London, UK (2011)
Athens Animfest, Greece (2011)
Ankara International Film Festival, Turkey (2011)
Be There! Corfu Animation Festival, Greece (2011)
Filmfest Dresden International Short Film Festival, Germany (2011)
Anifest, Czech Republic (2011)
Stuttgart International Festival of Animated Film, Germany (2011)
Animayo International Festival of Animated Film, Visual Effects and Video Games, Spain (2011)
KAN Festival of Independent and Amateur Film, Poland (2011)
Timishort Film Festival, Romania (2001)
CurtoCircuito Santiago de Compostela International Short Film Festival, Spain (2011)
Melbourne International Animation Festival, Australia (2011)
Anima Mundi International Animation Festival of Brazil, Brazil (2011)
BBC Big Screens Cardiff/Swansea, UK (2011)
Inkonst, Sweden (2011)
RabbitFest Animation Festival, Italy (2011)
Klubi, Breakfast Club! Short Films & Breakfast, Finland (2011)
Helsinki Short Film Festival, Finland (2011)
Meta, Cambodia (2011)
Mezzanine Cafe, Australia (2011)
Trackdown Scoring Stage, Australia (2011)
1up Microcinema, Australia (2011)
Cummins Theatre, Australia (2011)
Reikäreuna Film Festival, Finland (2011)
Kulttuurikulma, Finland (2011)
Secret Location in Edinburgh, UK (2011)
The Bee’s Mouth, UK (2011)
The Goods Dept, Indonesia (2011)
Faktory, Iceland (2011)
Kino Pod Baranami, Poland (2011)
Special Outdoor Screening in Hanoi, Vietnam (2011)
Pighouse Flicks, Australia (2011)
Kino Forum, Poland (2011)
Studio TVP Lublin, Poland (2011)
Kino Cytryna, Poland (2011)
Kino Rialto, Poland (2011)
Regional Entertainment Centre, Australia (2011)
Kino Kosmos CSF, Poland (2011)
Ravintola Intro, Finland (2011)
Kulttuurikahvila, Finland (2011)
KINO.LAB, Poland (2011)
Klubokawiarnia Instytut, Poland (2011)
YOKO, Vietnam (2011)
Pratersauna, Austria (2011)
Courthouse Gallery, Australia (2011)
Vancouver Cafe and Store, Australia (2011)
Alimento’s Cafe, Australia (2011)
Klub Zero, Poland (2011)
Walkington Ampitheatre, Australia (2011)
Music Republic Museum, Poland (2011)
SNAP Cafe, Vietnam (2011)
Kahvila Kauppayhtiö, Finland (2011)
Cafe Xocolat, Philippines (2011)
International Leipzig Festival for Documentary and Animated Film, Germany (2011)
Curta na Praça, Brazil (2011)
KUKI International Short Film Festival for Children and Youth Berlin, Germany (2011)
Animated Dreams, Estonia (2011)
Etiuda & Anima, Poland (2011)

More info at http://luizstockler.com and http://twitter.com/LuizStockler

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23:26 min 18. December 2011

Narcocorrido - A Team Win Film

a narrative film in English

The drug ballad of a gravely ill border cop's reckless cartel heist, sung by a desperate soul destroyed in her wake.

AWARDS AND FESTIVALS
39th Annual Student Academy Awards Winner - Narrative Silver Medal

2012 ASC Andrew Laszlo Student Heritage Award - Honorable Mention
AFI Fest 2012 - Honorable Mention for Performance - Raul Castillo
2012 Seattle International Film Festival - Filmmakers Award for Innovative Use of Music
2012 Indianapolis International Film Festival - Best American Spectrum Short Film
2012 Chicago International Music and Movies Fest - Best Short Fiction
Visionfest '12 - Best Lead Actress - Nicki Micheaux, Best Sound Design - Brett Hinton and Mint Mix
Bumbershoot 2012 - Best Narrative Short
56th BFI London Film Festival
2012 Melbourne International Film Festival
2012 Guanajuato International Film Festival
2012 Rhode Island International Film Festival
2012 Milwaukee Film Festival
2012 Traverse City Film Festival
32nd Hawaii International Film Festival
2012 Olhar de Cinema Curitiba International Film Festival
2012 Hamburg International Film Festival
2012 Atlanta Film Festival
2012 Florida Film Festival
2012 Arizona International Film Festival
Oaxaca FilmFest 2012
2012 International Short Film Festival of Cyprus
2012 Guam International Film Festival
2012 Atlantic Film Festival
SF Shorts 2012
2012 Cinesol Film Festival
2012 Vilnius International Short Film Festival
2012 Cinematik International Film Festival
2012 Curtocircuito International Short Film Festival of Santiago
2012 Drama Film Festival - Greece
2012 NewFilmmakers Los Angeles
2012 Action on Film International Film Festival
2011 Plus Camerimage - Student Etudes Panorama

FotoKem New Filmmakers Award
Panavision Production Grant
Bridges / Larson Award

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05:46 min 12. July 2013

PostHuman

a narrative film in English

Official video for PostHuman - produced by Colliculi Productions.
Animated sci-fi thriller short film featuring the voice of Tricia Helfer (Battlestar Galactica). Directed by Cole Drumb. Produced by Jennifer Wai-Yin Luk.

Production company: Colliculi Productions
Animation studio: Humouring The Fates
Voice of Kali: Tricia Helfer
Voice of Terrence: Ulric Dihle
Original Music: Neill Sanford Livingston
Post Production Sound: Kid Dropper Sound
Final Post Production Sound: Bad Animals
Final Video Post Production: Lightpress

Set in an adrenalized future of espionage, assassins, and out of control super science, PostHuman follows a genius hacker and his dog as they help an enigmatic young woman to free the remaining test subject of a black ops ESP test lab.

http://posthumanthemovie.com/
https://www.facebook.com/PostHumanTheMovie
https://twitter.com/PostHumanFilm
https://twitter.com/JenWLuk
https://twitter.com/ColeDrumb
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2091950/
http://posthumanthemovie.tumblr.com/

Awards:
Screamfest 2012 -- Best Animated Short
Maelstrom International Fantastic Film Festival 2012 -- Best Animation Short
Arizona Underground Film Festival 2012 -- Best Animation Short
Couch Fest Films 2012 -- Best Sci-Fi Animation

Official Selection:
Dragon Con Independent Film Festival - 2013
Las Vegas Film Festival - 2013
San Diego Comic-Con International Independent Film Festival - 2013
Fantaspoa International Fantastic Film Festival of Porto Alegre - 2013
Calgary Underground Film Festival - 2013
Little Rock Horror Picture Show - 2013
Byron Bay International Film Festival - 2013
Science Fiction + Fantasy Short Film Festival - 2013
The Philip K. Dick Science Fiction Film Festival - 2012
Miami Short Film Festival - 2012
Couchfest Films - 2012
GIRAF Animation Festival - 2012
San Sebastian Horror and Fantasy Film Festival - 2012
San Jose International Short Film Festival - 2012
Tallgrass International Film Festival - 2012
Screamfest Los Angeles- 2012
Little Terrors - 2012
Sitges -- International Fantastic Film Festival of Catalonia - 2012
Maelstrom International Fantastic Film Festival - 2012
Arizona Underground Film Festival - 2012
Fantastic Fest - 2012
1 Reel Film Festival at Bumbershoot - 2012
HollyShorts - 2012
New York International Short Film Festival - 2012
Seattle International Film Festival - 2012
Sarasota Film Festival - 2012