Wow. This is a student film?
Films goes in a full circle. Lovely thought-provoking idea translated beautifully.
(via No Film School)
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.
Love the production design. A lot of household names in the mix. This is Hollywood seen through fresh eyes.
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.
A stalwart cupcake yearning to find something beyond his world of sugar cube skyscrapers and frosting-covered friends. When his makeshift boat crashes on foreign shores, he makes a shocking discovery that changes him forever.
A stop animated short film by Kirsten Lepore.
Watch Sweet Dreams.
A woman (Alison Bruce) and a man (Alistair Browning) are in love. They trust each other. And everything else flows from that. But what happens if that trust is broken? What can a relationship survive? And when we are left alone, how do we live with our regrets?
25 days, 34 films, 1 tribute by Leandro Copperfield.
Pecunia olet in this short comedy film by Marco Aslan, where our hero ultimately discover his superpowers (which incidentally is the same superpower shared by pornstars, prostitutes and Justin Bieber).
Watch Dollar Bill.
Watch it. (Dir. Alessio Fava)
Newly signed Biscuit Filmworks director Aaron Stollar directed four hilarious spots staring Tom Cruise and a crapload of other stars for the MTV Movie Awards 2010.
A package needs delivering in this collaborative film by Myles Lewando and Benjamin Tucker. The concept was to show a snapshot from a longer narrative, leaving the audience the freedom to use their imagination to insert their own beginning and ending. Balli Ga (???) directly translates from Korean as “Quickly, go.”
Life is good… A short film by Nuno Rocha sponsored by LG.
A short stop animated film by Jorge Piquer and Julie Galland AKA La ignorancia.