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Alan Jones and Eric Bobson get together once again on the 4th Episode of THE COSMIC DOPE- A PLANT EXPERIENCE. This time’s lysergic experiment counts with Nancy, the episode’s guest, and an unknown orchid species.
Written and Directed by CLEMENTE
Produced by PARANOID
Executive Producers EGISTO BETTI and HEITO DHALIA
Starring CAIO JULIANO, HAROLDO MIKLOS and KAREN TRIBESS
Head of Production LUIZ ARMESTO
Production Assistants LUCIANA MARTINS, MARIA FERNANDA CICARONI, JUCILENA ALMEIDA
Production Manager MARCELO CAMPOS
Production Assistant LUCAS GATTAZ
Production Runner ALEXANDRE DA SILVA, EDSON FERREIRA, REGINALDO MIRANDA and SIDNEY PAIXÃO
Director of Photography ANDRÉ DIP
Camera Assistants RAFAEL GIACONDINO, MILENA SETA and JOÃO CARVALHO
Video Assistant and Logger NICHOLAS ZUGAIB
Gaffer LUIZ PAULO XEIN
Spark EVERALDO CÍCERO VERNAL
Key Grip ANDRÉ GAMA PEDRA
Grip MATHEUS FELIPE POCOTEUBA
Art Director DÉBORA PASCOTTO
Art Assistant GIULIA PRADAL
Props Buyer + Assistant THAÍS TROLIZE and LARISSA ABACHIONI
Art Production Runner MARCOS JOVITA and VITORINO NETO
Costume and Logo Designer ALLAN G. FERNANDES
Costume Assistant VALÉRIA HADDAD
Casting JAQUELINE TEODORO
2nd Unit Starring IRINA GATSALOVA as the eyes and PITÚ as the dog
Production Manager + Assistant MARCOS TESHIMA and DANIEL MELCHERT
Gaffer MARCELO BRASIL
Logger CAIO PINTO
Post Production Coordinator CAMILA DOIMO and ROBERTA BRUZADIN
Post Production Co. NASH
Nash VFX Team ALEXANDRE CARVALHO, ALICE VILLELA, ANDRÉ BALTRUSAITIS, ANDRÉ NEUMANN, CIRILO BONAZZI, CAÍQUE VELOSO, DIOGO MODESTO, FABIO FERNANDES, GABRIEL BITTENCOURT, FELIPE PASSARINI, GUSTAVO SAMELO, RENATA PRADO.
Colorist Co. BLEACH FILMES COLOR GRADING
Colorist SERGINHO PASQUALINO
Colorist Assistants BRUNO PONTES, DAVID QUEIROZ and RODRIGO SUZUKI
Sound Design Co. MANDRIL
Sound Design Artist EDUARDO BOLZAN
Songs “UFO MAIN THEME”- Composed By BARRY GRAY Performed By BG ORCHESTRA, “NIE LUBIE PONIEDZIALKU”- Composed and Performed By J. MATUSZKIEWICZ, “PERFIDIA”- Composed By A. DOMINGUEZ Performed By XAVIER CUGAT, “ALICE BLUE GOWN”- Composed By GLENN MILLER Performed By G.M. ORCHESTRA
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Drivers AÍRTON MARINO, FABIO DE SOUZA, FABIO DE VASCONCELOS, OLIVAN DE QUEIROZ, OSMAR FERNANDES
Directed by Ely Dagher
The short was awarded the Palme D’or in the short flm category at the closing ceremony on the 25th of May in Cannes, France.
Waves ’98 is as much a narrative film as it is a personal visual essay dedicated to Dagher’s hometown, Beirut.
The film is an artistic exploration of the director’s current relation with his Lebanon, his home country, projected through the story of a teenager and set in 1998. Since moving abroad to study and work, Ely Dagher has been spending more and more time outside of Lebanon, and his attachment to Beirut Started to become more and more complicated. The overall Narrative of the film is heavily based on Ely’s efforts to understand his changing relationship with the city and it’s life, juxtaposed with the narrative of a teenager’s exciting discovery of this segregated city.
“Waves ’98” is this week’s Staff Pick Premiere! Read more about it here: vimeo.com/blog/post/waves-98
Fresh off Sundance 2018 premiere: A claymation adaptation of a series of actual voicemails received after making out with someone at a Miami rave.
Directed and Animated by Julie Fliegenspan.
King Coochie and Borscht Corp. present
directed and animated by Julie Fliegenspan
produced by Lucas Leyva, Jillian Mayer
executive producer: Alexa Haas, Lauren Monzon
associate producer: Bernardo Britto, Dennis Scholl
sound design: Joel Hernandez
colorist: Samuel Gursky
editor: Lucas Leyva
special thanks: Bill Bilowit, Mena Gonzalez, Marilyn Loddi, Andres Meza-Valdes, John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, Art Center South Florida
supported by: Knight Foundation, Art Center South Florida, La Croix
recipient of the La Croix #NoBroZone Grant
commissioned by Borscht Corp
Miami, FL, USA 2017
A short film written & directed by Us – cautionary-tales.co.uk
MAKING OF – vimeo.com/252215890
“A bizarre incident as a young boy left Aaron with an unusual facial disfigurement that has plagued him all his life. Isolated and vulnerable, Aaron seeks comfort in the friendship and understanding of an unexpected group of outcasts”
BEST FILM ‘Liechtenstein Short Film Festival’ Liechtenstein
BEST SCRIPT ‘Maniatic Int’l Film Festival’ Spain
SPECIAL MENTION ‘Manchester Film Festival’ UK
Official Selection ‘Short Shorts Film Festival’ Japan- Oscar®
Official Selection ‘Flickerfest’ Australia – Oscar®
Official Selection ‘Foyle Film Festival’ Northern Ireland – Oscar®
Official Selection ‘LA Short Film Festival’ USA – Oscar®
Official Selection ‘Edinburgh Film Festival’ UK
Official Selection ‘San Diego Film Festival’ USA
Official Selection ‘Bolton Film Festival’ UK
Official Selection ‘Fancine Film Festival’ Spain
Official Selection ‘Fantastisk Film Festival’ Sweden
Official Selection ‘This Is England Film Festival’ France
Official Selection ‘Kino Fest’ Romania
Official Selection ‘Orlando Film Festival’ USA
Official Selection ‘Lusca Fantastic Film Fest’ USA
Official Selection ‘Kerry Film Festival’ Ireland
Official Selection ‘Kinsale Sharks’ Ireland
Official Selection ‘Chiddingly Chillerama’ UK
Official Selection ‘Catacumba Film Festival’ Spain
Official Selection ‘Colchester Film Festival’ UK
Official Selection ‘Hollywood North Film Festival’ Canada
Official Selection ‘Winchester Short Film Festival’ UK
Official Selection ‘Soria International Film Festival’ Spain
Official Selection ‘San Sebastian Fantasy Film Festival’ Spain
Official Selection ‘Red Rock Film Festival’ USA 2017
Official Selection ‘Weyauwega Int’l Film Festival’ USA
Official Selection ‘Make It Short Film Festival’ UK
Official Selection ‘Duhok Int’l Film Festival’ Iraqi
Official Selection ‘White Whale Film Festival’ USA
Official Selection ‘NEO International Film Festival’ USA
Official Selection ‘Science Fiction + Fantasy Short Film Festival’ USA
Official Selection ‘Four Seasons Film Festival’ UK
Official Selection ‘Artfools Int’l Film Festival’ Greece
WRITTEN & DIRECTED BY
Lizie Gower & Simon Cooper
DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY
Francesca Di Mottola
Hammond Cox Casting
Half Moon Run
HEAD OF PROSTHETICS
DESIGN & ART DIRECTION
KID ON BUS
FULL CREDITS – cautionary-tales.co.uk/portfolio/credits
Love is fear (H αγάπη είναι ο φόβος) is a short animated film based on the poem, that was crafted by Manolis Anagnostakis and was included in the collection Seasons 3 (Εποχές 3).
This short animated piece aspires to combine the existed material (written and spoken language) with contemporary mediums (animation and sound), emphasize the diachronic character of the poem and invite the audience to preserve and experience the poem by using multiple senses.
Poem & Voice by Manolis Anagnostakis (1925 – 2005)
Direction & Animation by Afroditi Bitzouni
Music & Sound Design by Kyriakos Charalampides & Giuliano Anzani
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After a tragic accident, a firefighter must convince the city commissioner he’s able to return to the line of duty.
Inspired by true events. 2019 Oscar Qualifying.
ABOUT THE DIRECTOR
Evan Ari Kelman is a commercial and narrative writer and director based in New York City. Where There’s Smoke is Kelman’s third consecutive film at Tribeca as a co-writer/producer, and second film as a director.
WINNER – BEST SHORT FILM [LIVE ACTION] – Edmonton International Film Festival
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French illustrator Thomas Danthony’s is known for creating beautifully crafted digital images that have led to commissions for The New York Times, Google and Penguin books. Earlier this year Thomas decided to relocate from London and set up his studio in Barcelona. As part of Handsome Frank’s ongoing ‘a little film about’ series we decided to follow him to his new home city with a camera crew.
Shot in September 2017 the film looks closely at Thomas’ conceptual process and approach to his art. We also get a glimpse into his world beyond the screen and look at how his love of the outdoors inspires his art and motivated his move.
After traveling 200 miles, a young woman (Sarah Goldberg) waits out Texas’s state-mandated 24-hour waiting period before her abortion can proceed.
Winner of the Jury Prize for US Fiction at Sundance Film Festival.
Created as part of Refinery29’s Shatterbox Anthology, a short form series spotlighting the voices of female filmmakers.
Un film de
Avec Gaspard Larsonneur
& Ian Fontaine
& Gabriel De Azevedo
Images aériennes :
Images sous marines :
& étalonnage :
de Anna Von Hausswolff
© City Slang
Design sonore :
Agnès & Philippe Mélot
Mairie De Plomeur
Celso & Edmea de Azevedo
Olivia Schorestene, Giromela
Les équipes du
79 rue Saint-Maur