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Inamorata – by A-lan Holt

A painful (and autobiographical) love story of magic and sisterhood

20 – 25 | 2018 | Live-Action | Love | Romance | USA

Inamorata is the first short film written and directed by playwright, filmmaker and Stanford University educator A-lan Holt. She was the youngest playwright to receive a two-year residency at the Joseph Papp Public Theater in New York where her play, The Bottom of Heaven was developed starring Lupita Nyong’o and Tonya Pinkins. For her directing…


Attraction – by Michael Rodrigues

A tasty experience of desire and yearning – which is how to shoot a perfect fashion film

0 – 5 | 2018 | Campaign | Fashion | Live-Action | South Africa

Attraction is the fashion film directed by South African filmmaker Michael Rodrigues for And Advertising Agency. Featuring jackets by The Unrest and swimwear by Summer Heart, the short explores the unspoken desires of two women before venturing into a hypnotic realm. There is no vampirism of the brands on the film. Attraction is instead an…


Killing Klaus Kinski – by Spiros Stathoulopoulos

The vertiginous reimagination of a myth of the history of film: the filming of Fitzcarraldo by Werner Herzog

20 – 25 | 2016 | Art | Colombia | Drama | Experimental

Killing Klaus Kinski by Spiros Stathoulopoulos, Greek-Colombian director best known for the uncut cult film PVC-1 (2007) and Meteora (2012), revisits a myth of the history of film – the toughest part of filming Fitzcarraldo, the masterpiece directed by Werner Herzog in 1982. The whole process of making this film took over three years, the…


Snow White Cologne – by Amanda Eliasson

The story of an addiction in form of acrylic paint on paper and experimental cut-up technique inspired by William S. Burroughs

2017 | 5 - 10 | Animation | Disease | Sweden | Visual Poem

Snow White Cologne is the story of an addiction. Swedish animation director Amanda Eliasson, currently based in London, opens up about her sister who, as a teenager, had a drug abuse problem. The outcome is a visual poem, post-rationalizing the struggle of a young girl as an emotional journey “exploring the good of the bad…


Jaffa – by Jay Branagan

Many couples want a child, but what happens when a child does not arrive because of his sperm?

10 – 15 | Drama | Family | Ireland | Life & Society | Live-Action

Between thirty and forty years, for many people life takes a common turn: marriage, sons, a stable job and a quiet life. The short film Jaffa, written and directed by the Irish helmer Jay Branagan, is a small stumbling block for this order of things, as he tells the delicate theme of male infertility. The protagonist of the short is a guy called…

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