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The Redness of Red

2020-02-20

The Redness of Red by Emily DownePlus

"What does it mean to be conscious in a world that is becoming increasingly artificially intelligent? Can machines really see? Based on an interview with a professor in artificial intelligence, this short documentary uses analog techniques to explore the human tendency to anthropomorphise simple drawings, and how we might do the same to machines."


A Fly in The Restaurant 寒露

2019-01-10

A Fly in The Restaurant 寒露 (2018)
by Xi Chen

"In a restaurant in China, waiters try to swat flies while a number of diners eat their food."


You Grew Up - Oddisee

2017-12-14

You Grew Up by Oddisee

A music video Eugene and LouisePlus made for the song
"You Grew Up", by Oddisee.
From the album "The Iceberg".


DAGNER by Michael Fragstein

2016-01-02

DAGNER by Michael Fragstein

You see my eyes are open
Don't need 'em blind or folded
Follow the thin red line!

Music: Dan Freeman And The Serious

Director: Michael Fragstein

Production Company: Büro Achter April
Set Design: Turan Tehrani
DoP: Rainer Sprenger
Performer: Igor Weiss
Grading: Walking On The Moon


Humilde Planta

2014-02-27

Humilde Planta Video Mapping at Plaza de Santa Clara, Quito, Ecuador by Motomichi Studio.


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