Sudden divorce spurs a newly-single Marjorie to sell her family home of 35 years. We move through, room by room, this newly-made intermediate zone. It is at once ripe with decades of memories and artificially staged for prospective buyers.
When you wake up in a strange bed the morning after a party, you find that it's often the small things that raise the questions of greatest importance. A film about the time between yesterday and today.
Ex-government scientist James Rampton's secret research is in jeopardy when a neighbour reports his suspicious behaviour to the ruthless government investigator tasked with finding and terminating "extremists" like himself.
Set deep in the Appalachian Mountains of North Carolina, filmed on grainy 16mm film and lit entirely by torches and lanterns, this dark tale follows a mob of angry torchbearers in pursuit of an unfortunate man through the rural countryside.
Former Catholic priest Charlie Hardy is 75 years old and has no money or political experience. But none of that dissuades this 21st-century Don Quixote from running for the US Senate in his home state of Wyoming. Charlie’s courage to take a principled stand against money in politics attracts a ragtag group of young volunteers and together they jump aboard a 1970 Crown school bus, campaigning across the Wild West state in a bid to shake up this country’s political establishment.
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Oh, the things that get stuck in our heads. When a reclusive man is repeatedly woken up over the course of a night by severe headaches and musical repetition from an unknown source, his sanity begins to swiftly unravel. This creepy and unsettling short film will leave viewers squirming in their seats.
Emerald Ice is a cinematic journey exploring the mind of the American poet Diane Wakoski. Narrated by the poet herself, the audience assumes the side of the reader as facts of the author’s life weave through enigmatic, fantastical and fractured stories.
Eón arrives at Alfredo´s house. Everything in it is fugacity, fleeting time; the walls, ceilings and floors have been corroded by time. During their encounter they will enter into a relationship in which Alfredo will have to overcome fear, accept himself as a perpetual becoming and be prepared to the unavoidable falling from time.
Three couples in different phases of their lives find themselves in the hospital on the same day, each for their own reasons. The film examines where is the boundary between love and dependence, habit and choice? And the biggest question: What is true love?
The work aims to disrupt the crosstalk in the brain between thought and perception; to be awake and in the moment, to see and hear unhindered by thoughts persistent chattering. It delves beyond the surface of both the image and the sound to discover shapes and movements beyond what the eye sees and ear hears.
Christophe, in his thirties, passes a job interview in the company where his girlfriend, Emma, works. The same night, convinced he got the job, the couple celebrates the event. But in the heat of the moment, Christophe asks himself if he will be chosen for his skills or if he received special treatment. The evening has only just begun.
On a sweltering summer afternoon, while searching for a prize insect, an amateur entomologist, comes face to face with his neighbor, a pathetic and violent man. Their showdown pits cruelty and justice in a dog-eat-dog world.
Tophat is presented with several choices that involve artifacts, moments of time and (human) nature while exploring present and futuristic ruins, for the first and last time. "Perhaps?" Tophat wonders.