Shortfilmweb Star Pick!
Created by Eran May-raz and Daniel Lazo as a graduation project from the Bezaleal academy of arts.
Starring Ori Golad and Deborah Aroshas.
Sight is a short film about a date taking place in the future – a future where augmented reality is as much a part of daily life as breathing and eating. Not only does computer technology govern home entertainment and idle leisure time (gaming, for example) but also activities such as cooking, eating – and dating.
In a world where everybody has Google Glass type lenses overlaying their eyes, our protagonist, who we learn is one of those behind this developing technology (Sight) uses his inside knowledge to his advantage when taking a pretty girl on a date.
For a graduate project, this film is astonishingly well produced. The cinematography and editing are excellent, and the CGI is of the quality we might expect in a film like Minority Report. The dialogue is tight, the script well-acted. A very entertaining and relevant film, especially today as we move ever faster towards a world which twenty years ago seemed unimaginable.
Directed by Mark Albiston & Louis Sutherland
Written by Louis Sutherland
Produced by Wendy Cuthbert
Written and Directed by Conor Finnegan
Produced by Brunella Cocchiglia
Voiced by Mark Doherty, Aoife Duffin & Steven Courtney
DOP: Ivan Mc Cullough
Music & Sound Design: ECHOLAB
Composers: Tobias Norberg, Gavin Little, Mats Valentin
Sound Design: Joe Mc Hugh, Gavin Little
Characters Made by Renate Henschke
Art Director: Joe Fallover
A delightful animated short about Dougal – a bird with a crippling fear – flying. His fear stops him migrating south in winter along with all the other birds, including Lucy, with whom he seems to have a burgeoning connection. Beautifully animated, this film is essentially about the rewards of facing our fears, and proving that the greatest rewards really do lie outside our comfort zone.
Making of here: https://vimeo.com/48440802
BEST ANIMATION @ Galway Film Fleadh 2012
BEST ANIMATION @ LA Shorts Fest 2012
YOUNG DIRECTORS FORUM AWARD @ Cristal Fest 2012
AUDIENCE AWARD @ Glasgow Short Film Fest 2013
BEST ANIMATION @ Chicago Irish Film Fest
AUDIENCE AWARD @ Animade 2013
BEST ANIMATION @ Fastnet Film Fest
BEST ANIMATION @ Lower East Side Film Fest
AUDIENCE AWARD @ Omaha Film Fest
BEST ANIMATION @ Provincetown International Film Fest
LOVELY PRODUCTION 2012
Made with the support of the Irish Film Board, RTE and the Arts Council.
Created by Tom Jenkins
A delightful short about a selection of office toys who take over after lights out, commandeering a designer’s workstation to embark on a virtual road trip facilitated by Google Street View. Redolent of Toy Story, this film uses some truly innovative stop-motion animation techniques to create a heart-warming story, showing us an imaginative visualisation of an exciting world created from the mundane.
Shortlisted for Sundance London short film competition 2013
Sundance London Short FIlm Competition WInner.
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Extranjero – Christian Cardenas
Man on Train – Evan Regueira
Produced By – Mark Farrington + Jo Combes
Directed by The Queen – (Daniel Lumb + Crinan Campbell)
Sound Recordist – Andrew Blackburn
Special Thanks to – Kate Halsall, Shervin Shaestri, Felt Music, Dominic Buttimore, Hannah Cooper
Directed by Philip Sansom and Olly Williams
Written by Philip Sansom and Olly Williams
Starring Napoleon Ryan
A solitary office worker apparently working after hours, rings around his eyes, exhausted-looking, has a problem with the photocopier. He then discovers he’s somehow created a portal to another dimension – a portal which can penetrate physical solid mass. Realising the possibilities of this new discovery, he starts to think of nefarious uses for the ‘black hole’, and is overtaken by greed, with unfortunate consequences….
A short documentary filmed at the Drigung monastery in Northern Tibet, Sky Burial follows a Tibetan lama carrying out a rarely-enacted ritual, part of an ancient tradition for burying the dead. The body of the deceased is offered as a sacrifice to be consumed by vultures – an act of benevolence towards nature. The Sky Burial is a way of returning the no longer needed physical body back to the universe from which it came.