“We know a lot of factual information about the starling—its size and voice, where it lives, how it breeds and migrates—but what remains a mystery is how it flies in murmurations, or flocks, without colliding.” For more nature-is-awesomeness check the National Geographic Short Film Showcase.
A beautifully eerie atmosphere, created by the skilful entanglement of strong pictures and a track from Etapp Kyle’s forthcoming EP on Ostgut Ton.
Visual trip and aural journey: Rob Simonsen’s short film Rêveries comes with great landscape shots, an abstract-but-not-too-abstract narrative and a fantastic soundtrack. Well worth spending 12 minutes of your lifetime. Low lights, big screen and good soundsystem are highly recommended.
Old, but gold: This short film was published on the old version of this blog already, before the rebuild. Today it’s still very fresh and exciting, both in respect to the animation skills and the underlying message. Gotta love the end…
In this short film Steve Cutts portrayals the everyday life of the great majority of people out there: Happiness in the spiraling age of consumerism.
The Lulin Project is a visually intense little short film about a man, his cabin in the woods, and eerie things going on in this setting. Works beautiful when watched with headphones on, thanks to the intense soundtrack by electronic duo Gidge. Click the image to watch the film.
What is it that fascinates me about Pripyat? It’s probably the human tragedy that reflects in the decaying city, home of almost 50.000 people before the nearby nuclear power plant exploded. British film maker Danny Cooke published a 3-minute video that captures the end time atmosphere of Pripyat in a very aesthetic and artistic way,…