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?
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."
Sea You by Ben Brand
"Would you feel it? Would you know it? Travel back in time and sea for yourself...
When my girlfriend told me the story of her family spreading her deceased grandmothers ash over the sea (like a lot of people around the world do) i started wondering what actually happens to all that ash ..."
Prey_Dal by Dal Park
"Prey is a short story about a love-hate relationship. A young girl in her early twenties is faced with her mothers sickness and impending death, which appears in the shape of a black lion."
Sam Tudor - Joseph in the Bathroom by Lucas Hrubizna
Music from the album "Quotidian Dream" by Sam Tudor
"Director: Lucas Hrubizna
Producer: Joaquin Cardoner
Cinematographer: Blake Davey
Editor: Lucas Hrubizna
Visual Effects: Lucas Hrubizna
Colourist: Lucas Hrubizna
1st Assistant Director: Brock Newman
Production Designer: Charlie Hannah
1st Assistant Camera: Farhad Ghaderi
2nd Assistant Camera: Michael Reimer
Dolly Grip: Chris Devito
Special Effects Supervisor: Keifer Dallison
1st Assistant Special Effects: Hayden Dallison
Makeup Artist: Kristen Foote"
SOUR by Daniela Sherer
"A man is tempted to call his ex: an encounter both sweet and sour. "
"VO acting by Ryan O'Connor
Music + Sound by Skillbard"
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