Shadow Animals by Jerry Carlsson

Posted by Fabio 24 January 2020

Marall follows her parents to a party and they want her to behave. As the evening progresses she finds the adults’ behaviour increasingly strange. “Shadow Animals” is a dance-based drama about the discovery of human behaviour. read more

Fabien Fourcaud – Off Season

Posted by Fabio 24 January 2020

Every winter, seaside resorts built for summer activities are abandoned by vacationers. If the concept of « territory » means a relationship between the people and a specific space, what does it mean if this territory stops to be frequented and used? read more

Mel Arzamarski

Posted by Fabio 23 January 2020

A selection of paintings by Minneapolis based artist, Mel Arzamarski. Mel received her BFA in Drawing, with a minor in painting, from Lyme Academy College of Fine Arts in 2016. read more

More Than Other – A short documentary by Romano Pizzichini

Posted by Fabio 23 January 2020

A portrait of the largest-ever generation of UK-born Latin American kids, coming of age in sociopolitical invisibility. read more

The Audition – Short Film BY Martin Scorsese

Posted by Fabio 22 January 2020

The Audition is a 2015 short film directed by Martin Scorsese. It stars Robert De Niro and Leonardo DiCaprio, playing fictionalized versions of themselves read more

Florent Tanet

Posted by Fabio 21 January 2020

Florent Tanet is a French photographer and art director working and living in Paris . In 2013 he devoted himself exclusively to photography and art direction with a strong interest for still-life. read more

Daughter – A short animated drama by Daria Kashcheeva

Posted by Fabio 17 January 2020

92nd Academy Award Nominee for Best Animated Short Film, 2020. Written, directed and animated by Prague based Animator and film director, Daria Kashcheeva. read more

Robin Lopvet and Léo Aupetit – Inde & 100

Posted by Fabio 17 January 2020

A selection of photographs taken from the Inde & 100 series by Léo Aupetit and Robin Lopvet. For their first collaboration, photographer and artist Robin Lopvet and Léo Aupetit fantasize about how precise memories could be erased to make way for mythology. read more