A New View of the Moon by Alex Gorosh
"We took a telescope around the streets of Los Angeles to give strangers an up-close look at a familiar object; a new view of the moon."
Music: Clair de Lune by Claude Debussy
Telescope: 12" collapsible Dobsonian reflector
Eyepiece: Televue 13mm Ethos
From Over Here (On Stuttering) by Patrick Buhr
"This is a film about stuttering. Oh, and also about apple trees, catcallers, Goethe's Faust, pigeons, forests and girls on horses."
More info: shortoftheweek.com/2021/12/30/from-over-here
Nothing is Original by Alberto Sáenz Gómez Tello
"Nothing is Original" is an extract of the article "Things I’ve Learned: Jim Jarmusch"
Written by Jim Jarmusch.
Direction, Art & Animation by Alberto Sáenz Gómez Tello.
Additional Art by Giovana Hernández Constantino.
poligonic.com / gomeztello.com
Solos by Gabriella Marsh
"A short animated film that documents the happenings in a single square in Barcelona, la Plaça de la Virreina."
Directed, animated and script by Gabriella Marsh.
Sound design, foley and BEAUTIFUL original music by Joe Bush
Animation assistance by INCREDIBLE Sanjana Chandrasekhar
AMAZING sound mix by Tatiana Sanches
BLESS YOU! / NA ZDROWIE! by paulina ziolkowska
"Warning: Contagious! Germs fly around wildly in the hustle and bustle of urban life. You stand next to the wrong nose, and it happens in a flash. You can even get a dose during an innocent flirt with your potential sweetheart. And what happens if you keep on infecting yourself? "
#Dalstonhouse by Leandro Erlich - Gravity-defying art installation with giant mirror
Une minute de danse par jour / Mille et un jours
by Nadia Vadori-Gauthier
Music: 1000 Dances by Theo Lawrence and the Hearts
An interactive architectural mapping.
Fete des Lumieres / Lyon / France / 2010
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