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04:59 min 16. January 2014

Almost Nothing - short edit

an experimental film in no language

‘Almost Nothing’ explores psychological states of the mind as it focuses on a man’s inner turmoil.

This was my first short film, made with the help of close friends and with no budget. It was made in memory of those who we have lost along the way, and will hopefully show anyone who suffers that they are not alone.

Artist Website: http://deborahmcdonagh.com


Featured on Film Shortage Daily Short Picks http://filmshortage.com/dailyshortpicks/almost-nothing/


Featured on Papercut Magazine http://www.papercutmag.com/video/2016/02/17/almost-nothing

Nominated Best Film, Best Camera, Best Sound and won Best Artistic at Limerick Film Festival 2013.

A massive thanks to John Sisk and Sons, Morgan, Thomas, John, Trevor, Declan, Greg and the Blue Watch, William Fitzgerald Skip Hire, Infamous Ghost, Conn and Curtain Scaffolding for their contribution.

For their continuing support and friendship I would like to specially thank Simon Donnelly, Alan Crowley, Dave Whelan, Philip Shanahan, Elaine Maher, Katie McCloskey, Jason Cronin, Derek O’Sullivan, Lorraine McDonagh, Mike Heff, Aaron Wiley, Eoin kelleher, Fiona Geary, Una Spain, Ali May Kenny and especially my mother.
A big thanks to everyone involved.

05:25 min 16. June 2013

So Far, So Close (Yugen pt. 2)

an experimental film in no language

So Far, So Close Part two of my Yugen(幽玄) series
“a profound, mysterious sense of the beauty of the universe… and the sad beauty of human suffering”
A playful look into what might make up the world around us, or a distant galaxy just as it's being born. Imagination wanders and finds itself lost in the infinite unknown.
Part one https://vimeo.com/80229478

**2014 Ramstock Film Festival, Richmond Virginia**
**2014 Resonate Festival Belgrade Serbia** (Best of Punta y Raya)
**2014 Animuza Festival Poznan, Poland** (Best of Punta y Raya)
**2014 Punto y Raya Festival in Reykjavik, Iceland** (Best of Punta y Raya)
**2014 Streetlight: Roman Susan Gallery, Chicago IL**

So Far, So Close, was an attempt to create a visual piece that felt both astronomical and microscopic. I created the imagery using ink and plexiglass layered on top of each other. The depth it created was surprising! Once I was done filming I was going over the footage and found that as beautiful and captivating as these environments were, needed a subject. That's where the animations came into play. The childlike drawings are very humorous against the cosmic backgrounds.I wanted my drawings to interact with the space and give a reason for the movement on screen. I also see them as little characters floating through these spaces. While you are watching, imagine yourself to be an observer, not necessarily looking for a beginning and an end, but simply looking through a telescope (or a microscope!) on a distant world yet to be discovered. Enjoy!

03:25 min 6. March 2008

Ester | Future Shorts

an experimental film in no language

Dir: Pernilla Johansson/3:15/Comedy/Sweden/2005

Ester's going swimming! The outside grey world magically transforms into a weightless paradise once she dives in.

03:25 min 11. August 2015

The Colors of Feelings

an experimental film in no language

"The Colors of Feelings" is an experimental dreamlike video rocking us smoothly through circular moves. It is also an analogy of feelings such as anger, love, sadness and joy ; they mix and eventually ease.

The visual compositions have been created out of paint, oil, milk, honey and cinnamon.

This work was inspired by Ruslan Khasanov.

Music: Max Richter - Lost in space


The Colors Of Feelings on Discovery Channel

The space of the universe.
Moscow, Bolshoy Afanasievskiy pereulok
It will last from 9 september till 9 October 2015

Canon 24-105L + Macro lenses




























06:00 min 27. July 2015

You Could Sunbathe in this Storm

an experimental film in no language

Space, forms, colours and sounds symbolise a recognisable world.
New beginnings put an end to familiar patterns.
Do we shape as much as we are shaped?

My graduation film from the Royal College of Art.
See how it was made here: https://vimeo.com/102655097
And have a listen to the music here: https://soundcloud.com/jakechudnow/sunbathe

Music: Jake Chudnow (https://soundcloud.com/jakechudnow)
Cello: Lucy Railton (https://soundcloud.com/lucyrailton)
Voice: Tony Fish
Sound Design: Dan Larkin
Sound Mix: Mike Wyeld
Additional Animation: Luke George
Additional Animation: Tom O'Meara

Special thanks to BlinkInk and the City of London Combined Education Charity.

Istanbul Design Week - Istanbul Biennial, Turkey. 2016
Visual Taipei, Taipei, Taiwan. 2016
PSYK FEST - Liverpool Biennial, Liverpool UK. 2016
Design Week, Milan, Italy. 2016
KloosterKino, Nijmegen, The Netherlands. 2016
Design Talks, Reykjavik, Iceland. 2016
IFFR, Rotterdam, Holland. 2016
Johanssen Gallery, Illustrative Festival, Berlin, Germany. 2015-16
ANILOGUE, Budapest, Hungary. 2015
VAEFF, New York, USA. 2015
Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, USA. 2015
SEFF, Seville, Spain. 2015
Illustrative, Berlin, Germany. 2015
HAYP, Yerevan, Armenia. 2015
EIFF, Edinburgh, UK. 2015
Animafest Zagreb, Croatia. 2015
Last Friday Shorts, London, UK. 2015
The Open West, Cheltenham, UK. 2015
Cardiff Animation Nights, Cardiff, UK. 2015
Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival, Tallin, Estonia. 2014
RCA Graduation show, London, UK. 2014

05:02 min 22. February 2013

Tentative d'épuisement d'un lieu parisien / An attempt at exhausting a place in Paris

an experimental film in no language

A virtual cube investigates different time spaces of a townscape interweaving the lives which cross through it.

Best short, Kinodot festival, 2014
Best movie, 26th Girona film festival, 2014, Spain
Best experimental movie, Fincortex film festival, 2014, Colombia
Best experimental movie, ESMI prize, FIC 2014, Argentina
Best special effects, Golden Egg Film Festival, 2014, Mexico
Special mention of the jury, CinemaBrut Film Festival, 2013, France

Directed by Yann Chapotel
3d by Aurore Rousset

07:40 min 24. May 2011

Jungle Jail

an experimental film in no language

Jungle Jail is a short film made as a student at ESMA montpellier co-directed with Mathieu Arnoux, Hugo Cierzniak, Aymeric Palermo and myself. Thanks for watching!

03:10 min 24. June 2011

Kiss - A Love Story

an experimental film in no language

Fresh off the the festival circuit, we proudly present the internet premiere of our short film Kiss.

"Le soleil est le passé, le terre est le présent et la lune est le futur."

As Paul Auster once said “The sun is the past, the earth is the present and the moon is the future.” In our first independent short film we explore the consequence of something as innocent as a kiss. A love story between the sun and the moon. We believe that every solar eclipse is the moons attempt to reach the sun... x

Director: Joseph Hodgson & Franck Aubry
Animation & Art Direction: Joseph Hodgson & Franck Aubry
Production: Racecar - www.racecar.no
Sound Design: Erlend Elvesveen & Sven Erik Nordset
Sound Mix: Erlend Elvesveen
Music: 'Stille' by Bendik - http://www.nrk.no/urort/Artist/bendikmusikk/default.aspx

For more info: www.kiss.racecar.no

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.

02:35 min 15. July 2010


an experimental film in no language

8Bit creatures are invading New York City !
Pixels is a short I made in 2010.
Produced by OneMoreProd


Audi Talents Awards, Best Short Film (Animation category)
Playgrounds Awards, Best International Short
Animago Awards, Best Technical Achievement
Festival international du cinéma francophone en Acadie de Moncton, Audience Award
BAF 2010 in Bradford , Audience Award
Webcuts 2010, Best Short Film (Animation category)
Ars Electronica 2010, Honorary mention
Weekend of Fear 2010, Best Short Film
Off courts Trouville, Jury's Price
Off courts Trouville, Audience Award
Semana de Cine Experimental De Madrid, Jury's Price
Semana de Cine Experimental De Madrid, Audience Award
Tindirindis Festival in Lituania, Best Debut Film
Geneva International Film Festival, Best Web Film
25th Brest Short Film Festival , Audience Award
Festival Séquence Court-métrage, Audience Award
6th Athens ANIMFEST 2011, 3rd Award
19th St Louis Film Festival, Best Animated Short
New York international Children Film Fest 2011, Audience Award
Florida Film Festival 2011, Audience Award
Anifest festival 2011, Special Mention
Bordeaux Short Film Festival, Jury award for best animation short-film
Back Up Festival, Audience Award
Métrange animé at the 8th Métrange festival in Rennes (FR)
Badalona Film Festival, FILMETS, Best Experimental Film award
Vimeo Awards finalist

04:32 min 13. January 2016

Jackson and His Computerband: Light Metal Music

an experimental film in no language

Through a series of improvised performances at Le Centquatre, Paris, Jackson Fourgeaud allows us to see sound. Read the feature on NOWNESS - http://bit.ly/1mSEblp


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04:03 min 13. February 2011


an experimental film in no language

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

05:57 min 16. June 2009

My Favourite Things

an experimental film in no language

'My Favourite Things' 2009

2009 - Chapel Allerton Film Festival - Official selection
2009 - Exposures Manchester Film Festival - Official selection
2009 - BBC Big Screen showcase - Official selection
2009 - Eye Candy for Strangers - Official selection

2010 - BECTU Talent Short Film Competition - Official selection

2011 - Opuzen Film Festival - Official selection
2011 - Little Big Shots International Film Festival - Official selection

A production by 'kidswithcrayons'

Starring Amelia Cook & Theo Styles

Directed by Edward Styles
Produced by Lucy Owens

Cinematography & Colouring by Jamie Havill
Production Design by Charlotte Sintrat
Editing by Carey Moyle

Music Composed by Stephen Wright

A big thankyou to Daniel Beckett, Thomas Handforth, Robert Cook, Jayne Cook, Neice Cook, The gentleman with the camera & John Bull chocolatiere

03:42 min 10. November 2014


an experimental film in no language

A young woman is running away in the forest. She finds shelter in a chapel where a strange ceremony is happening.

In this experimental short film, Thibaut Duverneix and David Drury played with 4k resolution with 120fps high frame rate and 3d sound at 32.2. In this super high resolution binaural experience, the audience forgets the technology and is immersed into a slightly surreal world.

This is an HD version at 30fps with Binaural sound, the 4k UHD 120fps version with 3d sound is broadcasted during special events.

Directed by Thibaut Duverneix
Created by Thibaut Duverneix, David Drury and Mathieu Léger
Starring Célestine Rioux

Riders: Marine Fleury, Marie Gabrielle Bronsard, Yves Landry and Isabelle Landry
Extras: David Campbell, Philippe Dandonneau, Marie-Ève Demers, Laurie-Anne Langis, Clémence Ménard and Frédérique Rodier
Associate Executive Producers: Emmanuelle Garnaud-Gamache - bcom, Bertrand Guilbaud - bcom, Richard Jean-Baptiste - JIMMY LEE and Benoit Martel - BLVD
Producers: Marie-Lou Bouchard, Dominique D.Dufour, Nathalie Nadeau and Daniel Leblanc
Post-production Producers: Éric Bolduc and Jason Breton
Unit Production Manager: Eric Cinq-Mars
Production Coordinator: Vicki Gagnon. Alexandra St-Michel and Joannie Tremblay
Original Music and sound design: David Drury
1st Assistant Director: Marilou Nadeau
Art Director: Martin Cusson
Assistant Art Department: Joëlle Harbec, Julie-Christina Picher
Choreographer: Audrey Rochette
Stylist: Mélanie Brisson
Hair and Make-Up: Amelie Ducharme
Assistant Hair and Make-Up: Carmen Harbour
Cinematographer: Gabriel Brault-Tardif
Steadicam Operator: Simon Blouin
1st Camera Assistant: Christian Caperaa
2nd Camera Assistant: Desislava Hristova
Data Wrangler: Alexis Leduc - BLVD
Sound recordist: Keith McMullen
HOA Sound recording: Jean-Yves Aubié and Andrey Fedosov
Key Electro: Simon Thériault
Best Boy electro: Guillaume Carbonneau
Key Grip: Camille Bergeron
Best Boy Grip: Samuel Boisvert
Unit Manager: Francois Comte
Production Assistant: Thomas Fortier
Craft: Joannie Tremblay amd Nathalie Norambuena
Color Grading: Gary Chuntz
Color Assistant: Cristelle Bergeron
Editor: Thibaut Duverneix
VFX Artist: Alexis Leduc
Coordinator: Sophie Champagne, Nathalie Norambuena and Joannie Tremblay
Audio MixL: Olivier Rivard
3D AUDIO MIX: Jérôme Daniel, Grégory Pallone and David Pesce
bcom Lab Manager: Jean-Yves Aubié

Sophie Bisson
Lysel Landry, La crinière centre d’entraînement
Daniel Leblanc
Sid Lee
Video MTL
Christian Navennec
Andres Norembuena
Hugo Roy
Sylvia Syvret, Eileen Steele, Chapelle Grace Church
Leslie-Ann Thomson
Jean-Christophe Verbert
Norris Wood

Refuge is co-produced with bcom, a French Institute of Research & Technology specialized in hypermedia, Jimmy Lee, the production house of international communication agency Sid Lee, and BLVD, a multi-platform content production business.


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

03:21 min 20. May 2016


an experimental film in no language

Shot, directed, edited by Julien Patry
Edited by Guillaume Guerry
Music composed by AXL OTL: soundcloud.com/axl-otl
and mixed by Jessica Nay @ adope: www.adope-music.com