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03:10 min 15. February 2011

Method Actor

a documentary in English

A powerful short film which presents the monologue of a single actor (John Shrapnel). Through his reminiscences the audience gets an insight into a dark, confused and embittered mind.

04:12 min 7. March 2009


a narrative film in English

This short film is the result of the genre exercise made by students at the National Film School of Norway. "Cut | Paste" was shot on 16mm film (2 rolls of film, which equals 20 minutes of material). The entire film was shot on a sound stage with two studio decorations, over the course of two days.

It is our intention to tell a specific story, with logical plot points. But after the first screening, we received some interesting interpretations of the film during the feedback session. So before we post any synopsis or text that says "this is the story", we would love to hear your interpretations of our story. We encourage comments below!

And even if you don't get the story, we still hope you enjoy the beautiful images by cinematographer Fredrik A. G. Sundbye.

[Disclaimer: Our film's distribution rights isowned and controlled by the film school, so if the school protests the availability of "Cut | Paste" on Vimeo, we'll be forced to remove it. So enjoy while you can!]

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06:45 min 13. August 2011


a narrative film in English

"Howl" is Natalie Bettelheim & Sharon Michaeli's graduation film from Bezalel academy of art and design.

Director/designer: Natalie Bettelheim
Co-Director/Animator: Sharon Michaeli
Sound design & music: Yoav Brill

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05:15 min 19. October 2016

Partying with Dr. NakaMats, the World's Most Prolific Inventor

a documentary in English

Dr. Nakamatsu, colloquially known as Dr. NakaMats, claims to be the most prolific inventor in the world. He holds 3,500 patents and counting—more than any other inventor living or dead. He recently celebrated his 88th birthday and plans to live to 144, while dealing with his greatest challenge yet: treating his cancer.

Motherboard met up with Dr. NakaMats at his birthday party to talk about the importance of inventing, and why he plans to keep innovating for another 60 years.

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01:10 min 27. September 2009


an experimental film in English

Directed by Anton + Damian Groves
Art Direction and Models by Damian Groves
Concept by Anton + Damian Groves
Lighting by David Lee (www.davidleedop.com)
Production by Studioset (www.studioset.tv)
Post Production by Damian Groves
Sound by Alin Flaidar
Starring Vlad Grigorescu (www.vladgrigorescu.com)

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03:09 min 9. June 2015

24 Hours with Soko: An uncensored glimpse into the life of siren Soko

a report in English

An uncensored glimpse into the life of new-wave siren Soko – as she drops her album “My Dreams Dictate My Reality.”
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04:49 min 25. August 2015

Why do some people go bald? - Sarthak Sinha

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What do Charles Darwin, Michael Jordan, and Yoda have in common? They, like many other historical and fictive individuals, are bald. Scientists have long pondered, why do some people lose their hair, and how can we bring it back? Sarthak Sinha explores the basics of baldness.

Lesson by Sarthak Sinha, animation by Brett Underhill.

12:13 min 8. March 2014

Kami - Short Film (2014)

a narrative film in English

Shot in Indian Beach, North Carolina, Kami shadows a woman left alone, isolated and burdened with a malevolent energy.

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Starring: Lilly Nelson | Stewart Garner
Cinematographer: Barrett Phillips
Costume: Taylor Renn
Writer/Director: William Kyle Gerardi


"A disturbed woman alone at a beach house. There's barely any light and no frivolity. aka: Not here for vacation. Before we gather anything, we hear ominous, pulsating tones. Wave after wave, otherworldly, unsettling. And then the woman beats her dog because it tugged its leash, and it's all downhill from there. Director William Kyle Gerardi has a steady hand creating menacing rhythms, capturing dark hearts. In Kami, there's no break to the blackness, unlike in Gerardi's previous short, The Game Store, an equally disturbing but black-humor laced film about employees at a video game store. In place of humor, here we have a malevolent force that looms over every shot, something you can feel that isn't human, a thick ambiance. The woman is played by Lilly Nelson and she gives a formidable performance, occupying the screen almost as a possessed person. The film itself is another impressive effort from Gerardi - for my money, one of the more promising young voices in the current no-budget game. Very happy to present this film as a World Premiere." -Kentucker Audley March 18th, 2014

17:56 min 1. October 2012


a narrative film in English

A family living in the shadow of a space elevator struggles to survive in a dystopian future.

A short sci-fi epic.

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Shot in Melbourne, Bendigo and on - quite literally on - Lake Eppalock.


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Dylan Russell, Shane Nagle, Margaret Rivette, and Joanne Owen-Smith

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Produced by Thomas Bicknell

Director of Photography: Robert C. Morton : www.robertcmorton.com
Colourist: Alex Meddick
Production Design by Lunabella Gawler and Judith Desmond
Costume Design by Isabella Stadler

Edited by Stuart Willis and James Fenton

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05:00 min 2. June 2014

What Every Graduate Should Know

a lecture in English

As a college graduate, the commencement speech is something that you can take with you into the world. America's universities have attracted some of the most successful and famous people to speak to graduates. Some commencement speakers deliver grand and inspiring speeches. Some don't say much. Dennis Prager has his own five-minute commencement speech he'd like to give to this year's college graduates. It's not the typical address, and not one you'd likely hear at most universities.

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07:53 min 4. April 2011

Prologue - Short Film

a narrative film in English

An introspective look into the life of a cop on the trail of a killer.

Starring Beak Wing and Peter Avveduti
Directed, Photographed and Edited by Bradley W. Ragland
Written by Brooke Ashley Cameron
Produced by Ian Carroll, Bradley W. Ragland
Narration by Claudia Lee - claudialeelive.com
Sound Mix by Peter Avveduti and Beak Wing

Music by Massimiliano Di Carlo

Filmed on the Canon 7D with a Nikon 50mm and Sankor 16F Anamorphic

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13:10 min 14. June 2010


a narrative film in English

Short Film.

A short film about the surreal and at times bizarre relationship between the heartbroken "Seb" and the homeless wild child "Rose"

Writer/Director/Cinematographer/Editor - AJ Ovio


12:27 min 16. April 2012

Sneaking Into North Korea

a report in English

Sneaking into North Korea was one of the hardest and weirdest processes VICE has ever dealt with. In North Korea, if you get caught being a journalist when you're supposed to be a tourist, you go to jail, or worse. Our rare footage is some of the craziest ever captured, providing an honest look inside the hermit nation.

Hosted by Shane Smith | Originally released in 2008 at http://vice.com

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06:44 min 2. June 2014

Are You Alone? (In The Universe)

a lecture in English

Are you alone? To answer this question we have to take a look what "you" are first. What are you made of and where you stand in this universe. Are you your body? Your atoms? And how are your parts connected to the big picture?

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12:38 min 20. August 2012

Holy Thugs of Venezuela (Documentary Short)

a report in English

Citizens of Caracas, one of the world's most violent cities, bow down and worship statuettes of deceased criminals.

Venezuelans are traditionally Catholic. But in a country where at least 14,000 people were murdered last year, believing in traditional religious figures can sometimes get a wee bit difficult. The Santos Malandros (in English, the Holy Thugs) are an alternative set of saints whose common traits include sideways baseball hats, cigarettes, and guns. We thought it was either kind of perfect or really troubling that in Caracas, the world's most violent city, people are worshipping at the feet of now-dead armed criminals. In this episode, we visit the shrines of the Holy Thugs to find out more.

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