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Dreaming of Lucid Living

Between the sunsets, the diary


One of the most original and beautiful motion graphics I’ve seen in a while.


Far from the world, close to the heart.

A short film by Robin Risser.

Watch Solitude.

Agamemnon Counterpart

In 2571 in the heap of crushed stone among the ruins of that not determined turn blue planet it was found video cassette. The fact that you intend to see, has to it no relation. This is completely different record.

Now available in the gorgeously new De-Mastered Lo-Fi High Definition Pixel Stretch Deluxe Limited Special Edition Platinum Series Edition (With Bonus Material).

Watch Agamemnon Counterpart.


SCINTILLATION from Xavier Chassaing on Vimeo.


Tokyo is deconstructed in timelapse.

Watch Infinity (MPEG-4)

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Fredo Viola – Improvisation 2

Improvisation 2 from Fredo Viola.

Previously: Sad Song by Fredo Viola


A WET DAY from Michael Fragstein.

Kutiman mixes YouTube

Amazingly, the title actually says all you need to know.

Enjoy! (needs: Flash)

thanks Ludo!

Jemapur – Clarte

The concept is nuclear fusion in the micro world, matching poetic animation to a heavy-hitting track.

A music video by Genki Ito.

Watch it. (Flash Video)

Late Fragment

I am curious about this interactive DVD. The trailer reminds me a lot of Atom Egoyan’s Exotica.



Eerie abstractness in this short movie (and/or music video for Isambard Khroustaliov‘s Musicide) directed by Candas Sisman.

Watch Edicisum. (MPEG-4)

Oomper Oomper

Oomper Oomper

A fractured palindrome that is broken into 2 parts: a forward and reverse version. These two interlocking pieces form one cohesive whole, centering on ideas of perception, memory, direction, life and death.

A short film (should I say two short films?) by Michael Robinson with music by Ant Yeti Ant.

Watch it. (MPEG-4)

Long Jump

Here’s the new film by Ian Mackinnon and Dominic Parker made for Short and Sweet and Getty Images.

The challenges aim was to highlight the breadth and depth of content available at the Hulton Archive, which offers a unique resource to filmmakers and creatives alike.

Watch it. (Flash Video)

More? Adjustment is Ian’s graduation film at the RCA.

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