à la fin… by Nicolas Lichtle.
"Here is a film ... , it's neither fiction nor animation, the graphic style is rather singular. It's a moment of introspection, very intimate, staged through a succession of small moments imbued with poetry, absurdity and sometimes surrealism…"
Pique-nique au bord du chemin by Nina-Lou Giachetti
"Pique-nique au bord du chemin" (Roadside Picnic)
Direction: Benjamin Geffroy, Nina-Lou Giachetti
Music: Uèle Lamore
(Un)Related To God by Thomas Pons
"A track by Apollo Noir, entitled « Unrelated to God », chanting God’s name…
Wait… Yes, it seems we are facing a paradox. Men strive to name God, to define Him, as much as they are willing to detach themselves from Him.
This traditional 2D animation video is about our relationship to God, the little figures embodying the metaphor of Men as builders of their own belief. The dust from stones disintegrate in elementary particles giving birth to new figures and matter. Men, stones and particles transform in mysterious cycles, Particles turning gigantic, Stones becoming alive, Men growing in colossal sculptures. ..."
Written & performed by Apollo Noir.
Directed by Thomas Pons.
Pitch video: https://vimeo.com/407888190
HOBBY - an Adobe Pocket Film by Colin Read
"A short film about the new hobbies we started while locked down over the past year, in a search for fulfillment…and their failures."
A Pocket Film by Colin Read (commissioned by Adobe for their Pocket Film Series)
Starring: Dylan Kammerer
& Dog-starring: Sevy, Clubber, & Abba
Key Human: Andy Maso
Art Director: Charlie Turner
Score: Sam Perkin
Sound Editing: Rafael Chaves
Colorist: Fergus McCall @ The Mill
Shot on iPhone
& DJI OM 4
Produced by SEA COW
Critical Living by Alex Widdowson
"Critical Living draws upon the experiences of people involved in the Philadelphia Association therapeutic communities while also addressing some of the major discussion points in the Critical Psychiatry movement.
Critical Psychiatry, formally known as Anti-Psychiatry, has been scrutinising the dominant medical understanding of distress for over 50 years. It’s leading members were a disparate bunch that included R. D. Laing and David Cooper, both disillusioned psychiatrists and co-founders of the Philadelphia Association, as well as the renowned philosopher Michel Foucault, the libertarian Thomas Szasz, and Erving Goffman a sociologist.
Since creating a therapeutic community at Kingsley Hall in 1965, the Philadelphia Association has run more than twenty community houses which have offered asylum and hospitality to people in distress. This work continues at two houses in North London.
The experience of fifty years has shown that personal crises and seemingly inescapable unhappiness may for many people be transformed in households like these. They are places where people can come together to address their difficulties in a situation of shared everyday living."
Super Gab by Philip Evans
"...Starring Gabriel Viking
Shot completely on Super 8 film (Kodak tri-x & Ektachrome) and painted afterwards...."
Music: Terry Riley, A Rainbow in Curved Air. (excerpt)
MAN ON THE CHAIR by Jeong Dahee
“Man on the chair” is tormented and constantly doubts his very own existence. It is just merely a picture that I created... Perhaps could I be also an image crafted by others?
Genius Loci by Kazak Productions
"One night, Reine, a young loner, sees within the urban chaos a mystical oneness that seems alive, like some sort of guide."
2D paper animation.
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