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
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)
The Fishman by Leto S. Meade
"The journey of a dying fish’s last moments. 'The Fishman' formally embodies the transitory, shapeshifting nature of life and the inevitability of change by plunging its disembodied anthropomorphic protagonist between different mediums and styles."
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
SEQUENCE by Jin Angdoo and Dan Munro
"A short film made with a scientist Dan Munro about protein folding during Imagine Science Films Festival in NY."
Art / Camera by Jin Angdoo and Dan Munro
Edit / FX / Color by Jin Angdoo
Sound by Merche Blasco
Titles by Mathieu Julien
Title Font Vendredi by Anton Moglia
Special thanks to Alina Maria Rancier, Nate Dorr and Lauren Kaye
“NO MORE A-ROVING TOUR” VJ (Trailer)
by Caibei Cai
Spinning Record by Emily Downe
"Whilst a human figure walks a linear path, the rest of existence continues turning on an endless loop. "
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