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03:55 min 29. September 2011

"032" The Canadian Affair

an experimental film in no language

“032” is a dreamy atmospheric journey through a series of suspended events. Music
from, The Good The Bad was commissioned to enhance the erie poetic palette that pivots
around stillness, leaving us curious to past and future.

The short film, uses texture and mood to slip through a rich tapestry of sliced
moments. It portrays the inherent power that an action, slowed almost to stillness, has
to evoke the imagination. Instead of the subjects moving within the shot, the camera
floats through almost perfectly still universes creating a erie yet undisputedly beautiful
world that is caught between past and future. While the shots which vary in tone from
mundane to optimistic to tragic do not offer a distinct resolution, the film ends on hopeful



Production: Antler Films
Director: Thibaut Duverniex
1st Assistant Director: Catherine Therrien
Producer/PM: Sach Baylin-Stern
Cinematographer: Mathieu Laverdière
1st AC: Guillaume Sabourin
Steadicam: Brian Finlay
MU/Hair: Anicko Bouchard
MU/Hair: Katrine Boilard
Wardrobe: Cristina Acevedo
Wardrobe Assistant: Kate Aubrey
Art Director: Mathieu Léger
Art Assistant: Amandine Daviet
Art Assistant: Pierre-Marc Duguay
Art Assistant: Cristophe Lennox
Post Production: Fly Studio
DIT: Alexis Vanier
Grip: Guillaume Cannicione
Electro: Francois Legris
BB Electro: "Charles ""Goliath"" Marcotte"
BB Grip: Maxime Cloutier
Rigging (L’Intrigue): Andrée
Prep: Marcel
Barrier Assist: Daniel Desilets
Craft: Theresa Gervais
Production Assistant: Matty
Pick Ups/Returns: Alex Boucher
Production Assistant: Eric Raglione
Production Assistant: Cody Larocque
Maison George Etienne Cartier: Anne Julie
Departement Camera: Patrick
G/E Cinepool: Raphael

Talent in order of appearance:

Estelle Vennes
Jana Jevtovic
Jeanne Vennes
Alison Rose Blakley
Margaux Vennes
Ashlea Watkin
Vanessa Pilon
Jessica Langlois
Judy Baylin-Stern

Produced in Co-operation with VideoFACT, a Foundation to Assist Canadian Talent, supported by MuchMusic/MusiquePlus/MuchMoreMusic Networks

01:52 min 20. November 2014

249 - NCP

a narrative film in no language

A story of two very different characters Miles and Chomperz who, although living different lives with different routines, meet at the bus stop where both identities are brought together. Part of my 'Word, Image, Sequence" project on art foundation at New College Pontefract

04:09 min 23. July 2013

2AM: The Smiling Man - short film

a narrative film in no language

Based on The Smiling Man by Blue_Tidal

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& check out our website: http://www.goforbroke-pictures.com/


Inspired by a true story as told on reddit by /u/blue_tidal and re-told by danrennt98. Here's the original thread: http://www.reddit.com/r/LetsNotMeet/comments/rvzaq/the_smiling_man/

Directed and Edited by Michael Evans

Sean Simon as Roamer
Paul Foltz as Smiling Man

Director of Photography: Tom Hinueber
Original Score by Matt Hanks
Screenwriter & Assistant Director: Shun Otsubo
Assistant Camera: Rachael Tajima
Key Grip: Samantha Cook
Production Assistant: Cristiane Evans

11:01 min 28. November 2011

"306" Short Film

a narrative film in no language

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Thank You:) Elliot London

I am putting together my first feature. Take a look at indiegogo.com/friendproject

16:32 min 15. September 2010


a narrative film in no language

"8 Butterflies" (2010) 17min. Psychological Thriller

We find ourselves roaming lost in a place where hope and light are absent. A place which seems both so dark and distant, yet too familiar, our sanity begins to fade. We’ve become absorbed into a reality which may exist elsewhere... or nowhere at all.

Charles Scandura
Frank J. Nytko III
Vichet Keo
Carolina V
Amy Sue Nahhas

2010 | A short film by Nick Narciso | A Comatose Films/Paranoia Decay Production

©2010 N.P. Narciso. All Rights Reserved.

Sept. 04th 2010, DragonCon Film Festival
Atlanta, Georgia

Oct. 28th 2010. Carnival of Darkness 2 at the Los Angeles Film School
Hollywood, California

Nov. 02nd 2010. 7:30pm Anthology Film Archives, NewFilmmakers, NYC

More dates TBA

05:04 min 15. July 2015

ACROSS america

a documentary in no language

Not long ago my partner and I traversed the vast country of America (US). This dreamy lyrical documentary muses on the subtle shifts in landscape and how land shapes culture, and how tied together these elements create a national identity.

i ran my hand over the spine of america / how coast lines become forests / turn foothills and mountains / how mountains level / to plateaus / grasslands crack wide to canyons / species shift / obeying the land / culture catches the light of the land / and beast / reflects and refines / all one land / one body / one animal family / breathe in and out / america.

10:11 min 14. April 2014

Adam Magyar, Array #1

an experimental film in no language

High speed video recording at Seoul at Sindorim Station of people descending on stairs while changing from Line 1 to Line 2.

full video: 20 min. (720p 50fps) - 2 channel.

The video was exhibited at Gallery Soso, Heyri - Seoul / March 2014

Note: All rights reserved. There is no Creative Commons License applied to this work. Thus it is not legal to copy.

02:43 min 20. November 2011

Address Is Approximate

a narrative film in no language

BRAND NEW VIRAL: vimeo.com/43239312 - The world's Tiniest Police Chase!

Google Street View stop motion animation short made as a personal project by director Tom Jenkins.

Story: A lonely desk toy longs for escape from the dark confines of the office, so he takes a cross country road trip to the Pacific Coast in the only way he can – using a toy car and Google Maps Street View.

Music by the wonderfull Cinematic Orchestra (www.cinematicorchestra.com) and the track is Arrival of the Birds - please buy the fantastic album: http://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/the-crimson-wing-mystery-flamingos/id297787201

All screen imagery was animated - there are no screen replacements.

Produced, animated, filmed, lit, edited & graded by Sharp and Jenkins http://www.sharpandjenkins.com / https://www.facebook.com/theoryfilms - !NEW MAKING OF PICS ON FB PAGE! / @thetheoryUK / http://twitter.com/#!/thetheoryUK).

Shot using Canon 5d MkII, Dragonframe Stop Motion software and customised slider.

01:30 min 9. June 2011

A Fathers Day Salute

a narrative film in no language

A salute to all the dads...

Directed by Cam McHarg

DP - Chris Saul

Editor - Dan Dobi

Dad - Tommy Koch
Mom - Hannah Gansen
Boy - Ben Graves
Girl - Sandy Graves

06:54 min 6. August 2012

A fox tale

a narrative film in no language

Directed by Thomas Bozovic, Alexandre Cazals, Julien Legay, Chao Ma.
Music by Guy-Roger Duvert
Sound Design by: Nicolas Titeux

Feel free to react on : http://forums.cgsociety.org/showthread.php?s=&threadid=1064016

A fox tale is a short movie made by 4 students in 2011 at the french school Supinfocom Arles.
Main softwares used :3dsmax, Photoshop, After Effects and Premiere Pro.

« In the heart of ancient China, two brothers are hunting fox, this mad journey will have them face treason, bravery, hatred and love. »

Global : Afoxtalemovie@gmail.com

Thomas Bozovic

Alexandre Cazals

Julien Legay

Chao ma
Guy-Roger Duvert
Nicolas Titeux


Thomas Bozovic
2d research, wu da modeling , Animation, Matte Painting

Alexandre Cazals
Colorboard/Lightboard, Wu song modeling, Environments Lookdev, Texturing/Shading, Lighting, Rendering , Compositing

Julien Legay
2d research, fox modeling, FX, fur, Layout

Chao ma
Original Idea, Character Design, Girl Modeling, Animation, Designs , 2d reaserch, Story Board, Layout

03:27 min 21. January 2015

A Kiss From Your Lips

a narrative film in no language

A young woman searches for her perfect dance partner.

Written, Directed & Produced by Allison Tate

Natasha Mira // www.typeaentertainment.com
Vita Esperança Amore

Executive Producers
Debra Tate
Chris Cortese
Allison Tate

Cecily Breaux // www.cecilybreaux.com
Kristen Mortensen // www.twitter.com/kris10mor10sen
Vance Lovett // www.twitter.com/Vance_Lovett

(in alphabetical order)
Kim Aldinger
Rosie Alspach
Cesar Azanza
Melissa Bayer // www.melissabayer.com
Zach Cantrell
Charly Charney Cohen
David Phillip Fishman
Ciara Flynn
Austin Hammer
Michael Herman // http://michael.onlinesw.com/
Ashley Morton
Bobby Nahill
Dustin Neiderman
Effie Ralli
Niall Ridgley
Sierra Schepmann // www.sierraschepmann.com
Alex Szemetylo
Catherine Tapling
Andrea Tzvetkov
Korey Waggoner
Chris Wodniak // www.chriswodniak.wix.com/chriswodniak
Andrew Yanker

Director of Photography
Griffin Yu // www.griffindpyu.com

Production Designer
Rachel Scott

Allison Tate

Costume Designers
Rachel Scott
Matt Walker

Music Supervisor
Britta Hällebo

Casting Director
Allison Tate

First Assistant Director
Matt Walker // www.mwovie.com

Second Assistant Director
Sherry Yiyang Shi

Steadicam Operator
Quaid Cde Baca // www.quaidcdebaca.com

1st Assistant Camera
Andy Cao // www.AndyXCao.com

Key Grip
Korey Waggoner

Justin Forcier
Javier Storch

Effie Ralli

Hair Stylists
Daniel Pinto
Stephanie Guerra

Make Up Artist
Diamond Polk

Production Assistant
Sara Monge

Matthew Plaxco // http://www.plaxcine.com/

Song Credits
“A Kiss From Your Lips” by The Flamingos

Production Stills
Marilee Spencer // www.marileespencer.com


Special Thanks
Stephen Goepel
Judy Irola
Korey Waggoner
Chris Cortese
Debra Tate

Copyright © USC 2015

Characters and incidents portrayed and the names herein are fictitious, and any similarity to the name, character or history of any person is entirely coincidental and unintentional.

07:16 min 16. March 2015


a narrative film in no language

"Birth, love, death. Three milestones in a person’s life, or perhaps in every one’s."
Alejandra is a film about the beauty and power of three unvarnished moments in a person´s life. Narrated with neither dialogue nor music, it has taken part of various film festivals such as:

Shortfilm Corner Cannes Film Festival (France)
Vertigo prize in Huhezinema Festival (Spain)
Finished with the aid of "Deconstructing shorts" program in Alcine (Spain)
Vagrant festival official selection (Belarus)
Zinegoak, Bilbao LGTB International Film Festival official selection (Spain)
Film Shortage Official Daily Short Pick Selection

Birth, love, death. Three milestones in a person’s life, or perhaps in every one’s. The power of three moments, three pieces of life unvarnished. The power of the pure diegesis. And in the end, the mirror where everything comes together. Time is a point, the instant is eternal.

La naissance, l'amour, la mort. Trois moments clés dans la vie de la même personne, ou peut-être de toutes les personnes.
La force de trois moments, trois morceaux de vie sans peaufiner.
Et à la fin le regard, le miroir où tout se joint. Le temps est un point, l'instant est éternel.

Nacimiento, amor, muerte. Tres hitos en la vida de una misma persona, o quizás de todas las personas.
La fuerza de tres momentos, tres trozos de vida en bruto. La fuerza de lo puramente diegético.
Y al fin la mirada, el espejo donde todo se une. El tiempo es un punto, el instante es eterno.

Produced by Vidania films & eSpoiler associated with Jon Corcuera & Haimar Olaskoaga
Starring Aitor Beltrán, Oihana Maritorena, Ane Pikaza, Amaia Ruiz, Elvira Rodríguez, Begoña Aguirre, Nora Iglesias
Written and directed by Alberto Gastesi


Follow us on facebook: www.facebook.com/vidaniafilms

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/

05:30 min 21. December 2009

Alma - Season's Greetings

a narrative film in no language

Alma is Rodrigo Blaas’ first short film as a director. Originally from Spain, Rodrigo Blaas has worked in animation for more than ten years, in Spain and in the United States.

Seizing the possibility of directing his first independent short film, Rodrigo Blaas asked some of the best artists in their field to take part in this independent project: French animator Bolhem Bouchiba, character designer Carlos Grangel and Sergio Pablos, ArtDirector Alfonso Blaas, music composer Mastretta and sound designer Tom Myers.

Written and Directed by
Rodrigo Blaas

Produced by
Cecile Hokes
Nina Rowan


Art Director
Alfonso Blaas

Lighting Supervisor
Jonatan Catalán

Character Technical Supervisor
Jaime Maestro

Sound Design
Tom Myers
David Hughes

Post Production Coordinator
David Heras

Character Design
Bolhem Bouchiba, Carlos Grangel, Sergio Pablos,
Santi Agustí, Jason Deamer, Dave Gordon
Sergio Casas

Rodrigo Blaas, Bolhem Bouchiba

Set Design
Daniel López Muñoz, Juan Pablo Navas

Graphic Design
Santi Agustí

Matte painting
Sergio Casas

Edward Robbins, Sergi Caballer,
David Cuevas, Jesús Gutiérrez,
Alex Mateo, Vicente Muñoz,
Yannick Puig, Eduardo Suazo,
Seryong Kim, Jorge Vigara

Texture artists
Jonatan Catalán, Patricia Rivera Crespo

Manuel Bover, Jonathan Cuevas,
Ernesto Esteso, Tomás Gutiérrez,
Remi Hueso, Jaime Maestro,
José Mas, Daniel Martín Peixe,
Jeff Vacanti, Jorge Vigara

Enrique Vila

Rudi Hammad

Gabe Ibañez

Fernando Ruiz

Chema Alba

Music producer
Flor Madrid

Music Mixer
José Rosillo

Marco Cresci, Luca Frasca, Diego Galaz,
David Herrington, Miguel Malla, Ricardo Moreno,
Pablo Navarro, Pablo Novoa, Marina Sorin

Foley Artists
Jana Vance, Dennie Thorpe, Sean England

Foley Mixer Foley Recordist
Frank Rinella Frank Clary

Powered by

Rubén Pérez, Tom Reinert, Joe Melendez

In collaboration with Keytoon
Studio Manager
David Lacruz

Special support by Next Limit Technologies
Juan Cañada, Oscar Cano, Albert Martínez

Mark Andrews

Special Thanks to
The people at 1200 Park Ave.
Cutu Mazuelos, Eva Pérez, Andy & Martina Schmidt,
Alan Barillaro, Pepe García-Valdecasas, Paul Cichocki,
Ross Stevenson, Patty Kim, Carlos Baena, Jordi Grangel, Tesauro,
Juan Tomicic, Raul Bernabé, Levin Kinsey, Jesús Fernández Zarza,
Alejandro Blaas, Curro Muñoz.

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.