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04:55 min 9. March 2011

BOUT (2011 - HD)

an experimental film in no language

BOUT - definition -
1. A short period of intense activity
2. An attack of illness or strong emotion
3. A wrestling or boxing match

A short animated film by Malcolm Sutherland in 2011. Animated in Toon Boom Studio 4.5

06:01 min 29. December 2013


a narrative film in no language

no description found

10:04 min 20. July 2012


an experimental film in no language



Revista The Mag- Human Rights UK
The European Independent Channel
Festival de Cine sobre los Derechos Humanos- Sucre Bolivia
Critica de Memento Mori en el 24 Festival Internacional de Sao Paulo, Brasil (kinoforum)
Animacion, Premio Eduardo Abaroa del Ministerio de Culturas, Estado Plurinacional de Bolivia, 2013
Best animation short, Corto Helvético al Femminile, Losone, Switzerland, 2013
Mención Especial del Colectivo Cartón, III Festival Internacional de Animacion La Tribu, Colectivo Carton, Argentina 2013
Mejor Cortometraje Experimental, IX Festival Internacional de Cine PASTO FICBA, Pasto, Colombia, 26-31 Agosto, 2013
Mencion especial Animacion SIMONA GESMUNDO CORTI D'ANIMAZIONE 2013,
Napoli-Italia,October 2013
CONCOURS SPÉCIAL FILM D'ANIMATION 2013 sur ARTE , 2ème prix des internautes :
Memento Mori de Daniela Wayllace Riguera (ENSAV La Cambre)
Mejor Sonido y Musica- Festival UNASUR 2014
Mejor animacion- Animandino 2014 Caracas-Venezuela

Festivals and projections, please check MEMENTO MORI's website in the festivals part

10:55 min 4. March 2011

The Incident at Tower 37 (full version)

a narrative film in no language

Tower 37 siphons every drop of water from a once-pristine lake, that is, until the station's steward realizes that it is slowly destroying an entire ecosystem.

The Incident at Tower 37 (2009) is a ten-minute HD animated film, written and directed by Chris Perry and produced within the collaborative animation curriculum at Hampshire College.

For more information visit http://www.bitfilms.com

03:44 min 29. August 2008


a narrative film in no language

Une histoire d'amour.

12:58 min 27. January 2012


a dance video in no language

Choros / 2011 / 13 min / HD / Stereo

Directed by Michael Langan and Terah Maher
Music by Steve Reich

A chorus of women are borne from the movements of a single dancer in this dreamlike "pas de trente-deux."
"Choros" premiered at Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival in 2012 and has gone on to play dozens of festivals worldwide. The film is currently broadcast in Europe by Canal+.

For more information on the history of this technique, visit: http://langanfilms.com/choros.html

03:19 min 19. April 2015

Animated 2D Short FIlm: Garbanzos (2014)

a narrative film in no language

Garbanzos is a 2d animated short film about a farmer who wakes up early to go get the last pieces of garbanzos in the universe. On his way back, he is faced with a bunch of obstacles that he needs to overcome in order for him to get the garbanzos to his little daughter.

Garbanzos has been nominated for the best animated short film award by Orlando Film Festival and it's been an official selection for the following film festivals: Atlanta Film Festival, Guam International Film Festival, Rome International Film Festival, ASIFA-Atlanta's Roll Yer Own.

For more information about the film, please visit this page: http://www.ammaraassri.com/garbanzos

Animated and Directed by: Ammar Nassri
Faculty Supervisor: Gregg Azzopardi

2015 © Ammar Nassri

08:54 min 3. September 2010

Way Home

a narrative film in no language

directed by Erick Oh



01:23 min 24. July 2015

Following Kubrick

a documentary in no language

http://www.cutprintfilm.com/ presents: A montage of tracking shots (or in some cases, shots meant to emulate tracking shots) from Stanley Kubrick's The Shining, 2001: A Space Odyssey, A Clockwork Orange, and Eyes Wide Shut. Please visit http://www.cutprintfilm.com/ for more!

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Music source: http://audiojungle.net/item/timelapse/12027034

04:00 min 25. August 2013


a narrative film in no language

A romantic encounter between two snails with a tragic twist.

Grand Prize Winner - 2013 Movie Machine Digital Cinema Festival
Winner - 8th FILMSshort competition
Winner - Best Original Music - Houston Comedy Film Festival 2014
Winner - Reel 13 Short Film Contest 01/07/2015
Nominated - Best Cinematography - Houston Comedy Film Festival 2014
Official Selection - 22th International ContraVision Film Festival
Official Selection - 10th Fresno Film Festival
Official Selection - 10th Seattle True Independent Film Festival
Official Selection - Couch Fest Films 2014
Official Selection - No Budget Film Festival 2014
Official Selection - Roma Creative Contest 2015
Finalist - Corti da Sogni International Shortfilm Festival

Written/Directed/Shot by Chris Keller
Produced by Amelie Zilliox
Music by Alex Wallace

Additional VFX by Luciana Fintelmam, Alexander Taylor, Davi Stein, Anita Gribble, Tobias Keip
Kitchen Unit: Iain Wallace, Elena Rubio-Hall, Bella Panggabean, Eleanor Garratt, Christopher Taylor


09:35 min 4. June 2012

Little Quentin

a narrative film in no language


Directed by Albert 't Hooft & Paco Vink
Art Direction: Paco Vink
Animators: Paco Vink, David de Rooij, Jelle Brunt, Yi 'Shadow Master' Zhao.
Coloring: Albert 't Hooft, Paco Vink, David de Rooij, Jelle Brunt, Yi Zhao.
Production: il Luster Films
Executive Producers: Michiel Snijders & Arnoud Rijken
Production Assistent: Chris Mouw
Original Soundtrack by Maarten Spruijt
Foley & Mix: Jeroen & Ronald Nadorp, Bob Kommer Studios
System Administrator: Pepijn Blom
Drama coaches: Michiel Snijders & Arnoud Rijken

This film was developed with the support from The Netherlands Film Fund

Stichting il Luster Films / AniKey Animation Studios

04:03 min 25. August 2013

films4peace 2013: Anthony Goicolea

an experimental film in no language

Anthony Goicolea describes his film:

"I have often felt that there are many rituals and traditions embedded in our various cultures that have lost their meaning and now merely serve as scripts for people to follow and act out without thinking of their true meanings or origins. Many children’s rhymes and songs, polite dinner customs, or party games derive from darker moments in history such as plague, famine, and war.

Growing up the son of Cuban parents, my brothers and I always had piñatas at our birthdays. Usually they took the shape of some sort of crude but cute animal effigy that ended up beaten to smithereens as rioting children stumbled over each other in a mad dash for the sugary spoils of war that spilled out like guts before them.
In my film for films4peace I wanted to dissect this sacrificial custom, the mechanics behind group dynamics, as well as the destruction that comes from greed. A life-sized, anatomically correct, sculpted horse in the guise of a piñata is beaten and destroyed until the multiple, identically clad, kids who flog it like monks banging church bells or a gong, surrender to the regret of the destruction they have wrought."

09:25 min 20. January 2015

Confusion Through Sand

a narrative film in no language

Attention: this gets loud and intense and may be hard for some people. use discretion if sensitive to this material.

see how it was made: vimeo.com/116932414

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08:13 min 22. June 2011


a narrative film in no language

A young boy moves to a new neighbourhood and falls in love for the first time, with the much older girl next door.

Visit us at www.polderanimation.com

Full Credits:

Bastiaan Schravendeel (Director)
Jean-Paul Tossings (Technical director)
Sander Kamermans (Art director)
Piebe van der Storm (Set designer)

Peter van der Velden (Sound)
Alex Debicki (Music)
Bob Kommer Studios (Mix)

Thanks to:
Egbert de Ruiter (Supervising teacher HKU)
il Luster Films

07:55 min 17. May 2008


a narrative film in no language

A Collaboration by Heui Won Jeong & Justin Murphy

Sound Design: Hank Shih
Music Composer: Allan Johnston
Music Performers: Bass - Allan Johnston;
Drums & Percussion - Raphael Geronimo; Trumpet - Chris Davis; Flute - Jill Russell

Photodocumentation: Ana Cho
Alphachannel: Kim Hoang & Kathy Whitney

Special Thanks: Jonathan Eric Tyrrell, Marilyn Cherenko, Martin Rose, Hilary Moses,
Dennis Burke, Darren Brereton, George Rosenberg & ECI Media Technicians

Influences: Ishmael, Madlib, Sun Ra, Monkmus, Roscoe Mitchell, Rockers, David Suzuki

Image Gallery: http://www.flickr.com/photos/molassesmurphy/sets/72157621782065962/