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03:31 min 30. September 2008

Mankind Is No Island | Winner of Tropfest New York 2008

an experimental film in no language

'Mankind is no island' is a film shot entirely on a cell phone, using found signage on the streets of NY and Sydney to tell a touching story from the very heart of two cities.
Directed by Jason van Genderen
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Produced for Tropfest NY 2008, TSI: Sunflower

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04:56 min 21. January 2011


an experimental film in no language

no description found

03:43 min 1. February 2014

Dead End

a narrative film in no language

DEAD END is an animated short directed and created by four students at the Utrecht School of Arts in the Netherlands.

On a desert road a mysterious little box is the cause of a conflict between three characters. All characters are fascinated by the contents of the box and want to obtain it, no matter what. Confidence in each other and trust and distrust come close together in this animation.

- Animation: Ruud Coenen, Luc Thijssen, Frank van Vugt and Stein Louisse
- Music and Sound design: GreenCouch

For any press or work related questions you can contact us at: info@deadend-animation.nl
Or visit our website: www.deadend-animation.nl

02:47 min 2. June 2015


a documentary in no language

In this film, Steven worked with Team O’Neill surfer and professional athlete Malia Manuel to capture a unique perspective on a single day’s surf session in Western Australia. Utilising drones for the majority of the videography, Steven plays with perspective, taking the viewer into, above, and beyond the waves.

03:40 min 2. February 2014

ALICE & THE GIANT EMPTINESS - Short Animated Film #talesofthe1in10

a narrative film in no language

Tales of the 'One In Ten' is a new animated web series based on the real stories of Australian children from disadvantaged backgrounds who struggle daily with the effects of financial hardship.

Alice & the Giant Emptiness is a contemporary tale about a young girl living with the burden of disadvantage, who overcomes a negative self-image and the taunts of classmates to live a life full of possibility. Alice & the Giant Emptiness is the first in the Tales of the 'One In Ten' series created to raise awareness of the effects of disadvantage on children.

With 1 in 10 Australian children (638,000) living in disadvantaged families today, the series aims to raise awareness of this serious issue.

Further films will be release throughout the year based on true stories of children who have come through the doors of The Smith Family. The series hopes to provide an insight into their struggles and what might be done to make a difference.

Please watch, enjoy and share this film to help raise awareness about this serious issue.

Find out more... http://talesoftheoneinten.com/

Follow us... #talesofthe1in10 https://twitter.com/talesofthe1in10

The Smith Family... http://www.thesmithfamily.com.au/

The Film Makers... http://thesolidstate.com.au/

05:33 min 18. November 2010

Copia A (3D animated short film by Trexel Animation)

a narrative film in no language

For some awesome additional material regarding Copia A, visit us at Behance: http://bit.ly/wkcZfb

Website: http://www.trexel.net/
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/TrexelAnimation
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Watch our other short animated film!!! https://vimeo.com/66929245

This film was made independently and without any budget in the free time available during the studio´s commercial projects.


Tells the adventures and misfortunes of Demódoco, a projectionist, who discovers by chance a one-of-a-kind way to get pleasure. However, abusing it leads to risky consequences.

Technical data:

Script, design and direction: Gervasio Rodríguez Traverso & Pablo Alberto Díaz.
Original soundtrack: Bernardo Francese & Fernando Chiesa.
Animation: Gervasio Rodriguez Traverso, Pablo A. Díaz y Nicolás Broner.
Sound: Bernardo Francese, Fernando Chiesa, Juan Elías y Anibal Tonianez.

Awards and Screenings

"Copia A" has taken part in over 100 national and international film festivals, winning 39 awards. Below are some highlights:

ArtFutura 2010 (Argentina) | Caras y Caretas Award
UNICA 2010 (Switzerland) | Silver Medal
4º Festival Internacional de Animación (Uruguay) | Best Amimated Short Film & Grand Jury Award
Dragon Award for New Talent (Sweden) | Second Runner Up
XXIII Marató de Cine Fantástic i de Terror de Sants (Spain) | Best Animation
Curta-Se (Brazil) | Best Animation in Video

Red Stick International Animation Festival 2010 (United States) | Finalist
Anim´est 2010 (Romania) | Official Competition
8º International Animation Arts Festival “Multivision” (Russia) | Official Competition
6º Festival Internacional de Cine de Monterrey (Mexico) | Official Competition

50º Annecy (France) | Official Selection
12º BAFICI (Argentina) | Official Selection
Melbourne International Animation Festival 2010 (Australia) | Official Selection

08:28 min 21. October 2010


an experimental film in no language

Alessandro Bavari: Camera Tremula 1, Noise Melange, XYZ Ocula Depth
Fulvio Sturniolo: Camera Tremula 2
Jeff Ensign aka Evolution Noise Slave: Sonic Harmonium

Format: Pal Widescreen 1050x576
Duration: 8:27 mins


- Golden Nica at Prix Ars Electronica 2011.
- Special Award IED at Skepto International Film Festival.
- Best Experimental Film at the 2nd Stortford Film Festival.
- Best Direction Prize at the Cinemavvenire Video Festival.
- 1° Prize Art Lab at the Festival Internazionale del Cinema d'Arte.
- 1° Prize ex aequo at the Corto Dorico Short Film Festival + a Special Mention Prize.
- Best Design Prize at the 13th Animation Film Festival Animated Dreams.
- Finalist as Best Direction at the Animago Award.
- Finalist at the Bolzano Short Film Festival.


Metachaos, from Greek Meta (beyond) and Chaos (the abyss where the eternally-formless state of the universe hides), indicates a primordial shape of ameba, which lacks in precise morphology, and it is characterized by mutation and mitosis.
In fact the bodies represented in METACHAOS, even though they are characterized by an apparently anthropomorphous appearance, in reality they are without identity and conscience. They exist confined in a spaceless and timeless state, an hostile and decadent hyperuranium where a fortress, in perpetual movement, dominates the landscape in defense of a supercelestial, harmonic but fragile parallel dimension. In its destructive instinct of violating the dimensional limbo, the mutant horde penetrates the intimacy of the fortress, laying siege like a virus. Similar to the balance of a philological continuum in human species, bringing the status of things back to the primordial broth.

METACHAOS is a multidisciplinary audio-visual project, articulated in a short film, a set of photography (http://www.alessandrobavari.com/english/Metachaos-photographies/gallery_Metachaos-photographic_series.htm) and mix-technique paintings. The purpose of the project is to represent the most tragic aspects of the human nature and of its motion, such as war, madness, social change and hate. An accretion of feelings that are metaphorically represented by specific visual forms, which are abstract conceptually, but concrete and tangible formally. The application of acid and monochromatic tints, besides the strong contrasts, makes everything intentionally more oppressive and tragic.

In order to obtain a more immersive and plausible version, the shot was taken adopting the camera live technique. The extreme and frenetic motion of the shoulder camera, similar to the subjective one, becomes a main constant, so that, along with the persisting cuts used to edit the video, create a bigger sense of instability and danger. In fact, thanks to the dissemination of Technology, it is possible to notice that the unconscious-esthetic potential of the shots available on Youtube, characterized by a pseudo-documentary and amateur approach, often offer an unexpected emotional involvement, which trigger an exhibitionistic-voyeuristic interchange between the author and the consumer.

The irrational gesture and action of the bodies, as if a collective form of madness controlled them, are inspired by artists like Bosch and Bruegel who, between the ‘400 and ‘500, produced an iconography where irrational images show sickly madness and pain.

The project has been realized using different techniques: live shots taken in discharged industrial sites, CGI animations, tracking and motion captures, besides various other analogical ones.

American Jeff Ensign, aka Evolution Noise Slave composed the original sound track, which has been progressively updated during the video production. The musical score was inspired by 6 separate pieces Jeff had previously created that were then combined into a hybrid. The composition was also based in part from a sonic interpretation of the ideas presented in Antonin Artaud’s the Theater and Cruelty overlaid on Bavari’s images.


Alessandro Bavari’s “Metachaos” is an impressive display of the amazing graphics that can be produced with leading-edge hardware and software. The 8-minute clip begins with a sequence of clear, geometric forms that suggest a serene world. But it doesn’t take long until it’s apparent that this was just the calm before the storm. Shadowy creatures and shockingly grotesque figures intrude into this domain rendered in black & white and sepia tones and rip it to pieces. Using the interplay of light and shadow, intentionally shaky camera movements and quick cuts, Bavari takes us on a tour de force through an unsettling imaginary cosmos that grips viewers and doesn’t let them loose. In addition to its extraordinary visuals, “Metachaos” features an impressive composed soundscape of incredibly concentrated intensity—noise elements paired with driving beats, panic-stricken screams, the rattling of bones and gale-force winds.

While some of as did not necessarily share the apocalyptic view of this film, we found that it left the most indelible impression. Narrowly passing through the first round, it grew on us, so that on repeated viewing it miraculously made its way to the top.
What starts as a cinematic, kinetik, yet clean field of geometry and bodies, gradually evolves, or devolves, into the artist’s vision of a nightmarish black-and-white world created by a continual collision of the human and the architectural form. It finally culminates in a screaming dance among the ruins. In a impressive virtuoso tour de force, Alessandro Bavari creates a constant mêlée of grime, projectile muck and dust among collapsing spaces at the stage for metamorphosing human bodies with branching limbs that seem constantly to break the architectural environment apart. Zombies with missing limb sand decaying skin and faces sometimes stand around listlessly and other times appear to engage in orgasmic sex. The human forms become insect-like and multiply in hordes across the building forms. Dust particles and snakes of turbolent, ferrous liquid finally explode into an apocalyptic ocean of flotsam and sludge.
Bavari’s few collaborators helped shape what the credit call “camera tremula” (shaky, documentary-style camera) and sound design. We commend his dedication to a singular artistic vision that is grounded in his practice as a photographer. This is a representation of a caustic end of the world, a world of a audible pain and hopeless destruction rendered with a disturbing reference to 80s-style computer-generated animation as well as 60s “actionism”.

03:39 min 22. July 2015

Deathsong (2015-HD)

an experimental film in no language

no description found

03:08 min 19. May 2013

London time-lapse (2013)

a documentary in no language

A short film about London, shot using time-lapse and hyper-lapse techniques.

Filmed / Edited by: Alex Bordetcky & Svetlana Abrashova
Music by: Coldplay – Clocks

Technical Info:
Cameras: Canon EOS 5D Mark II, Canon EOS 60D
Lenses: Canon EF 24-105 mm f/4 L, Canon EF 17-40 mm f/4 L

06:50 min 14. February 2012

THE WOMAN DRESS - Miu Miu Women's Tales #3

a narrative film in no language

A short film directed by Giada Colagrande

The film stars Italian actress Maya Sansa and is set to a haunting soundtrack, written especially for the film by electronic pop trio Au Revoir Simone.

Following The Powder Room -- Zoe Cassavetes' dreamy story of opulence and glamour, and MUTA -- Lucrecia Martel's film noir filled with mutant fashion divas -- The Woman Dress is again set in an all-female world of glamour and desire. But this time fashion obsession is taken to its most extreme conclusion, in a metaphysical tale of transcendence and ritual.

A coven of elegant witches attends a bubbling cauldron, their shadowy cavern hung with the ghosts of dresses. Maya Sansa is undressed and led to a bath, and her finger pricked to draw blood. The witches -- played by Heather D'Angelo, Erika Forster and Annie Hart of Au Revoir Simone -- circle, chanting in strange tongues. As the smoke clears we see Maya Sansa has made the ultimate sacrifice, transforming herself into the object of her desire -- a beautiful blood red dress.

The film, featuring key dresses from Miu Miu, draws on a surreal cinematic language, with its red velvet curtain, reverse-speak and dreamlike mise-en-scène.

01:46 min 22. December 2014

The Damsel

a narrative film in no language

A short short film about the modern damsel.

09:16 min 14. August 2013

World Builder (HD)

a narrative film in no language

A channel member pointed out that this had never been available in HD here on YouTube. Well here it is.

A strange man uses holographic tools to build a world for the woman he loves. This is a short by filmmaker Bruce Branit known also as the co-creator of 405.

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07:30 min 20. July 2015


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

14:07 min 16. January 2014

JUST IN TIME - Short Film

a narrative film in no language

- Gold Elephant World - International Film & Musical Festival 2014
- Camaiore Film Festival 2014
- Movie Planet Film Festival 2014
- Giovinazzo A Corto Di Cinema 2014
- Lowcountry Shorts Fest 2014
- Short Of The Month 2014
- Novella ShowCase 2014
- Three Cities Fest 2015
- Eastern North Carolina Film Festival 2015
- Golden Diana Awards 2015
- WAG Film Festival 2015
- Pink City International Film Festival 2015
- Shakespear Festival 2015
- Slum Film Festival 2015

- Miglior Interpretazione Shakespear Festival 2015

Un corto di Iacopo Navari

A short film by Iacopo Navari

Raffaele Borreca
Bianca Beatrice Bertolini
Valerio D'Alessio

Directed by: Iacopo Navari.
Starring: Raffaele Borreca, Bianca Beatrice Bertolini, Valerio D'Alessio.
D.O.P: Francesco Mazzei.
Camera #2: Simone A. Tognarelli.
Written by: Iacopo Navari, Marco Cisana,
Music by: Armando Marchetti.
Prodcucer da: Rods Pictures.

Thanx to:
- Rachele Bucchi
- Luna Park Cinquale Moruzzi Group

Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/justintimecorto
IMDB Page: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt3331292/?ref_=fn_al_tt_4
Listen and/or buy the official soundtrack! https://redishere.bandcamp.com/album/just-in-time-o-s-t
My Twitter: https://twitter.com/JackJonze
My Facebbok Page: https://www.facebook.com/whiterabbitvideo
My official site: http://iacoponavari.weebly.com/
My G+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/100345425104413349555/100345425104413349555/posts


Io sono il detentore dei diritti di quest'opera. Nessuno, senza il mio permesso può utilizzarla per nessun motivo.
I am the copyright holder of this work. No one can use it without my permission for any reason.

12:05 min 11. October 2012

The Origin of Creatures

a narrative film in no language

A futuristic vision of a world after a catastrophic disaster. In this dark parable mutated limbs are looking for cooperation, but due to miscommunication this mission is doomed to fail.

The storyline of The Origin of Creatures is based on one of the most well-known tales about collaboration, the Tower of Babel. This tale is transformed and twisted and is set in an imaginary future, after the world is hit by a catastrophe. Among the remains of a devastated city lives that what is left of humanity. Human bodies are divided into separated parts of the body and are fused to special beings. Together, these creatures form a colony, they can only survive when collaborating. In the rubble of destroyed buildings they are trying to build a nest as large and as high as possible, so that the colony’s queen gets enough sunlight to reproduce, but due to miscommunication this mission is doomed to fail.


Creator: Floris Kaayk
Produced by: Marc Thelosen
D.O.P.: Reinier van Brummelen
Composer: Lennert Busch
Sounddesign: Bart Jilesen, Erik Griekspoor, Elena Martín Hidalgo
Trainee: Vincent van der Klaauw

a seriousFilm production, 2010

Financially supported: Netherlands Film Fund, Rotterdam Media Fund, Stroom Den Haag