“Starring Willem Dafoe”! This Willem guy is pretty good.
Here is the sad truth behind those crappy relationships.
A new web series that follows a weed delivery man and various clients he caters to. Fantastic performances with writing that feels and sounds so real that I can’t imagine the dialogue to be anything but transcriptions from real conversations. Sample below.
Interesting character with a unique perspective. I wish it was less stylized, it feels like there was an invisible wall between the subject and the viewer.
Really good story telling. Almost every scene comes as a surprise but because it remains motivated, the short has a flow and rhythm to it.
(via No Film School)
Are we sure this isn’t a real artist’s statement? I have heard this over and over again, glad someone translated this for me.
A documentary about how one film editor decided to get even.
I can hardly explain what it is. From NYT Lens blog:
“You’re going from making iconic images to creating narratives,” he said, “but there is less of a narrative capacity in 60 seconds, so you need to create something like a poem that can lead your imagination.”
They are all weird oddities in their own way. Michael Douglas is the creepiest. One could write an epic novel based on those sixty seconds. Anthony Mackie’s piece is also a standout. Matt Damon is a welcome sight. James Franco, well, that makes sense.
While working at the local video store, Vicky meets Sam, who quickly becomes a regular costumer. Both fall in love, ignoring the true reason for their rendez-vous.
A short “metacinema” movie written and directed by Nuno Rocha.
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Go check the teaser and trailer for Life of Leopold, the new film by Victor Solomon.
In a future filled with technology and sin, a hopeless romantic falls for a broken robot he buys at a sex shop, testing how far he’ll go for love. A short film by Lee Citron.
Svein Berge and Torbjørn Brundtland of Röyksopp, respectively as a sleeping hobo and an old man, spent some time in Barbieland. Promo video for Senior, directed by Andreas Nilsson.
Three lives, three identities, three points of view. Set against the harsh backdrop of inner city London, Fear/Love interweaves the lives of three adolescents as they struggle with who they are, who they want to be and who they are becoming.