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?
DisInteGrated by Wade Robson and Tony Testa
"A mind-bending meditation of movement and sound, on letting go of what was and surrendering to what is.
Filmed in Maui, Hawaii
Directed, Choreographed & Edited By: Wade Robson and Tony Testa
Featuring: Tony Testa
Music composed, performed and produced by Zara McFarlane
Cinematography By: Wade Robson
Title Animation By: Laurence Muleh
Assistant to the Choreographers: Cody Bingham
Music Mix & Mastered By: Ed West
Colorist: Will Adashek
Re-Integrators: Amanda and Koa Robson
Featured Songs: Asunder, Disintegrated. Emotif, Grit, Receive, Nya"
Around the Block by Jonnie Lewis
"'Around the Block' is a passion project of mine that focuses on street artist David Zinn.
I began work on it through my own sense of creative frustration, with the loose idea being 'I want to go and make a film about a street artist'.
But when it came to editing it, it felt more apt for it to become an analogy for what it's like to be involved in the creative process that perhaps anyone in a creative industry can identify with.
Much like David finds inspiration in the cracks, streaks and specks on the pavement, I personally find that getting out and finding shots with a camera in my hand is far more fluid and inspiring than sitting at home and trying to come up with ideas.
The final piece is no longer a film specifically about street art, but a study of the process involved in making ideas come to life - told through a tour of David's world alongside the characters that live within it.
If nothing else, hopefully it encourages someone else to go out and create something just... because."
Fleshy Compromise_FaltyDL by Thomas Pons
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."
Tomorrow’s On Fire by Oh Yeah Wow
Created in direct response to the Australian Bushfire crisis, Darcy Prendergast's new film #TomorrowsOnFire is a rallying cry for hope, in a country increasingly scarce of it.
Please help support injured Australian wildlife, by making a donation to: wildlifevictoria.org.au/
I’m angered, incensed, enraged and fed up.
With you lazy, ignorant fossil fool chumps
You’ve sold out our nation, and served up division
Whilst it’s grief stricken people, scream at deaf politicians
And it’s not just the humans— our animals fry
While you coal hearted arsonists, continue to thrive.
On our future you wager, without heed nor concern
Just misinformation, while our backyards burn
You elected officials hold aloft lumps of coal,
With the pride of an Olympian, who’s just won gold
From up high on ye’ podium, you silence dissenters
What we’ve come to expect, from you bald one percenters
You should be disgraced, and thrown headfirst from office.
Do not pass go, do not stock mining coffers.
Instead you drive narratives, of left vs right,
Whilst you all fear, what the middle just might.
So rally together, love strong and rage stronger
So that life on this planet, can last some time longer.
Tomorrow’s on fire, and the sky it bleeds crimson.
So it’s about time, we made our tax dollars listen.
Made by: Oh Yeah Wow, ohyeahwow.com/
Written, animated & directed by: Darcy Prendergast.
Narrated by: Miles M.
Sound Design by: Richard Tamplenizza.
Narration recorded by: Talia Raso @ Dead On Sound.
Coloured by: Jayden Dowler, Meg Lee, Matt Abello, Marc Moynihan, Michael Sweeney.
Mon Nom by Rodrigo Amarante
So I Danced Again… by Lottie Kingslake
\ Notes in an animated sketchbook depict a meandering attempt to investigate the meaning of sounds we hear in the world. But perhaps the only response is to dance. \
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