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Good Intentions by Anna Mantzaris

In Good Intentions’ small thriller about decision making and guilt, a young woman responsible for a car accident. She escapes the scene but can’t stop thinking, or imagining, what happened to the other driver. The scenes that ensue, as the woman then becomes a ghost of its former self, are what really grabbed our eye. We’d never seen a ghost puppet before and director, Anna Mantzaris, pulled it off very well.

03 / 15 / 2021|

The Coin by Siqi Song

The Coin is a film about tradition, family, immigration, and most importantly, about finding ourselves,” says Chinese director Siqi Song. She goes on to explain the origins of a short that we found exceptional in both visual and narrative achievement.

02 / 24 / 2021|

Wushu Stop Motion by Polina Kutukina

In a study of human mechanics and art, Russian animator, Polina Kutukina, has created an animation of Jade Xu, three-time Wushu/Kung Fu World world champion, practicing her craft with uncanny exactitude. “The main concept is

02 / 10 / 2021|

Animist by Kenta Shinohara

Japanese Director, Kenta Shinohara, defines his episodic Youtube channel, Animist, this way: “"Animist" is a person who believes that every material thing has a soul; a human being that worships Animism. In this channel, we bring lifeless objects to life.”

02 / 03 / 2021|

Evil Blood by Rogier Wieland

A paper cut-out piece that takes place within the pages of the thriller, Evil Blood, and was produced for a free novel from the Dutch Thrombosis Foundation.

12 / 28 / 2020|
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