Kötü Kiz (Wicked Girl)

Posted by Fabio 21 December 2018

Through the words of a little girl, Wicked Girl modestly approaches the issue of sexual violence against children, especially in Turkey. The strength and delicacy of this film is also due to its very refined graphic style: 10,000 drawings, made by hand, combining several 2D animation techniques. Directed and animated by Ayce kartal.

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My Dead Dad’s Porno Tapes

Posted by Fabio 7 December 2018

A documentary short that follows director Charlie Tyrell as he tries to better understand his deceased father through the random objects he left behind. Including a collection of VHS dirty movies. Winner of Grand Jury Prize for Documentary Short SXSW 2018. read more

Catherine Hyland – Sumos

Posted by Fabio 23 November 2018

How does a landlocked country with a population of 3 million manage to maintain its identity against the hyper-nationalism of neighbours like Russia, China and Japan? This is the question posed in Sumos, a project that focusses on Mongolia’s astonishing success at Sumo Wrestling. read more

The Law Of Averages

Posted by Fabio 20 November 2018

In the Quebec countryside during a brutal winter, a woman and her adult daughter await the death of their family’s matriarch. A dark comedy about the unwitting emotional pain mothers and daughters inflict on each other. Written & Directed by Elizabeth Rose.

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Mr Bingo’s Advent Calendar

Posted by Fabio 26 October 2018

Mr Bingo put out a request for people to pose naked in a pub for his advent calendar. Over 400 people applied. This short documentary directed by Lee Holmes, delves into the process behind the making of the calendar and finds out why people wanted to pose naked for a stranger.

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citylikeyou: Interview with Sean Pecknold

Posted by Fabio 26 October 2018

Award winning director and stop-motion artist – Sean Pecknold spoke to us about filmmaking, creativity, and living and working in Los Angeles. Plus a selection of his favourite places.

Read full interview here

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MR. SOUL! trailer | BFI London Film Festival 2018

Posted by Fabio 16 October 2018

In the wake of the civil-rights movement, a TV show with a tendency to celebrate black artistry and black culture entered American households. Running from 1968 to 1973, SOUL! was both ahead of its time and – depending on the perspective of its viewer – finely attuned to it read more

VACUUM

Posted by Fabio 11 October 2018

Using his innate skills in perfumery as a form of escapism, Antoine navigates through scrutiny in an oppressive world controlled by a government that aims to narrow down the 5 human senses in order to control the population. read more