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Short Films

Cafe D’Amour / Benedikt Toniolo

Friday, February 24th, 2017

Set in the golden twenties, Café D’Amour is a spirited, magical cafè aiming cupid`s arrow at lonely visitors. At the café, street performer Lewis meets Coco, a wealthy, chubby woman. Although Coco has been disappointed by men, she is still hopeful and searching for Mr Right. The café spares no effort in bringing the two together to eventually hang up a photo of the “happy couple”—on its wall of trophies.

Read on for information about the artist and awards…


Depthcope / Baku Hashimoto

Tuesday, February 14th, 2017

Technical complexity meets tactile simplicity in this piece by Baku Hashimoto. Although seemingly a simple abstraction on shape and form, this piece displays an incredibly complex method exploring the principles of “Rotoscoping”. Read on to discover how the piece was made and the direction of the artist.

The Clock In My Room Stops / Caibei Cai

Monday, February 6th, 2017

Caibei Cai brings us an endearing short about her struggles with insomnia. Blurring the lines between sleep-state and lucidity, we are guided through a world of abstract visuals, tangential streams of thought and morphing environments. In the median of dreaming it is hard to find a concrete anchor, and in this case we are left to counting triangles in a atmosphere of distorted perception.

Stonesoup / Milán Kopasz

Tuesday, January 31st, 2017

Contrary to popular opinions about stones as an ingredient in dinner, Kopasz depicts them in the most delicious manner. A great combination of found objects, paper craft, and wood assemblage, this piece totally rocks! Read on to see more details about the intention behind the piece and some great behind the scenes of the models and set.


The Itching / Diane Bellino & Adam Davies *Mature

Wednesday, January 18th, 2017

What could possibly go wrong with a shy wolf at a bunny house party in the middle of the woods? Not what you would expect. In this award winning short, we are “itching” to find out what could be troubling such an adorable animal. The dark foreboding woods translate as a metaphor for the mind of this troubled protagonist. She becomes lost and bewildered by her ailments, until a friend shows up and helps soothe her wounds. Lacking any kind of dialogue, we are still invited to empathize with the creatures; their fears, their passions, and the itches they can’t seem to scratch.

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