Wednesday, July 01, 2020

VANMOOF :: BIKE COMMERCIAL BANNED FROM FRENCH TV

The Autorité de Régulation Professionnelle de la Publicité (ARPP) has ruled that this film cannot be broadcast in France because it creates “a climate of anxiety”. Is a thirty second spot of a melting car really too provocative for French TV?
Time to ride the future.
 
 
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Monday, June 22, 2020

Catastrophe Anthem :: Christopher Hewitt

CATASTROPHE ANTHEM is the second film in an ongoing body of work exploring the theme of mental health. I met Tuesday in a casting session back in 2017. A self proclaimed, self modified, Hollywood Idol. We spent a year in conversation, discussing themes of self image and the implications of social media on young people - Eventually unifying her anxiety for the future into a visual metaphor for the end of the world. Catastrophe Anthem is a siren song. A warning for a culture who value appearance over meaning.

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Thursday, June 18, 2020

Riot :: Frank Ternier


A young black man is killed in an altercation with a vigilant neighboor and the police. An indignant crowd gathered together. The feeling of injustice is high. A group isolates itself. Emotion engenders riot .... In the absence of words, can the body take its revenge?



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Wednesday, June 17, 2020

Tam Tam :: Outside the lines :: Greg Hackett

The right to citizenship at birth, ‘ius soli’, is still unapproved in Italy, denying over a million children, born of immigrant parents, automatic citizenship.
The film captures the story of an Italian basketball team, who were refused access to regional leagues because of the Italian born players’ immigration status.
Former Italian basketball champion, Massimo Antonelli, started the team at a disused holiday complex in Castel Volturno, an area that is made up of 25,000 inhabitants, a fifth of which are registered migrants. Being free to join, it offered local teenagers a chance to participate in after school sports and was sustained by generous donations.
The FPI (Italian Basketball Federation) rules stated that to compete, only 2 players per team could be migrants, which posed a problem for Antonelli and his team of hard working and committed players. Given his media status, he soon found himself at the centre of a debate about Italian citizenship and integration, and the question ‘what does it mean to be Italian?’ was brought to the fore.

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Tuesday, June 16, 2020

Azar Strato

Питерский ЩИТ x EFIR: tapes | "КАРТ БЛАНШ"
Crazy Shit from Azar Strato.



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Wednesday, June 10, 2020

Absence :: Arnaldo Iñigo

A haunting audio-visual exploration of love and mourning by director Arnaldo Iñigo. Inspired by the life of Iñigo’s grandmother, who lost 2 children in separate tragic accidents, “Absence” is set to two tracks — “Flesh and Bone” by Black Math and Luke Atencio’s “A ghost,” featuring spoken word by Tom O’Bedlam. As Iñigo explains, the film is a presentation of grief as a process of reflection and acceptance, chronicling the need to reconcile with the purpose of life.
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ps. I found this beauty on boooooooom.tv

Monday, June 08, 2020

Rosalia :: De Plata

Cuando yo
Cuando yo me
Yo me muera
Te pío' un encargo
Que con tus trenzas
Que trenzas, de tu pelo negro
Me amarres mis manos
Ay si el querer
Que yo te tengo
Si de plata fuera
El querer que yo
Te tengo, si de plata fuera
Otro más rico más rico que yo
Ay en la España aún no hubiera

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Sunday, June 07, 2020

Caroline :: Celine Held & Logan George

In the middle of a Texas summer, plans for a babysitter fall through and six-year-old Caroline is left in charge of her two younger siblings.
You can find more information on this beautiful short here.


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Saturday, June 06, 2020

TwoPeople

Directed by: Cooper Roussel & Dimitri Basil
EP: Laura Gorun
Producers: Jeremy Young 
Cinematographer: Frank Mobilio
Art Director: Dominique Basil
Color: Kaitlyn Battistelli @ ETC


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Friday, June 05, 2020

We are George Floyd :: Julian Marshall

On May 25th, 2020, Derek Chauvin, a Minneapolis police officer, murdered George Floyd, a black man, by driving his knee into George's neck for 8 minutes and 45 seconds until he died. This film chronicles New York City's overwhelming response.
Please help me share this film with the world.
A film by: Julian Marshall
Sound design: Geoff Strasser
Special thanks: Bilali Mack


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Tuesday, May 26, 2020

Mavi Phoenix :: Prime :: I am Here

I AM HERE is a directors collective consisting of Maik Schuster and Max Paschke based in Berlin, Germany. Drawing strong inspiration from their backgrounds in urban culture they create films around the globe – raw, honest and vibrant.



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Wednesday, May 20, 2020

Real Destination :: Patrick Filetti

This short documentary takes you on a journey into the hardships of truckers and their families.

Starring:
Russia: Ilya Kropancev
China: Sun Guangyong
Mexico: Ruben Lopez
India: Dhirender Singh
USA: Edward Shill

Music:
Gustavo Santaolalla





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Thursday, May 14, 2020

falling down :: Swann & Yoann Chesnel

Does our modern world reach its limits ?
What if NYC, world capital, stopped living and became a ghost city ? 
What if our daily lives were reduced to memories printed on old pictures ?
A disturbing observation of our society’s downward spiral and its consequences on our world.

Directed and designed by Swann and Yoann Chesnel
Music : A Photograph - Superpoze ft. Dream Koala (Combien Mille Records



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Tuesday, May 12, 2020

I’m OK :: Lizzy Hobbs

Inspired by the life and art of
Oskar Kokoschka
1886-1980
Following the end of a stormy love affair, Expressionist artist Oskar Kokoschka enlists in the First World War. After suffering serious injuries in battle, he experiences a series of memories and visions as medics transport him through the forests of the Russian front. Playful and imaginative, I’m OK explores the wounds of heartbreak and trauma.


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