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  • Dmitri Frolov - Ten Minutes of Silence (1995)

    The documentary-experimental film "Ten Minutes of Silence" is a film expression of the trends embodied in the painting by Malevich's "Bla

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    Average: 4.8 (12 votes)

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  • Igor & Viacheslav Pareniuk - Uneasiness (2016)

    Uneasiness is a feeling of strain and pressure, can be external and related to the environment, but may also be created by internal perce

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    Average: 3.7 (3 votes)

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  • Toby Tatum - The Secluded Grove (2012)

    A pastoral dream-zone of autumnal forests and dark abiding groves conjured with the hallucinatory intensity of a death-bed reverie.

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    Average: 4.3 (4 votes)

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  • Antonis Kartezos - Punishment (2006)

    People are punished not for their sins, but by their sins and this is the most severe and proper punishment.

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    Average: 3.3 (4 votes)

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  • Adam H. Marchand - How to Draw an Egg with Adam H. Marchand (2015)

    'A series of three videos on Youtube, a three part narrative about the despair of an educator disguised as a "How-To" video.'

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    Average: 3.5 (4 votes)

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  • Kieran Pavel - shortcut.ooo : trip (2015)

    "shortcuts" is a short films project that seeks to bring the photographic work in the films retaining the sensory and experimental aspects of my previous short films.

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    Average: 4.6 (22 votes)

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  • David Crosswaite - Film Number 1 C (1971)

    Film No. 1 is a ten minute loop film. The systems of super-imposed loops are mathematically in a complex manner. The starting and cut off points for each loop are not clearly exposed, but through repetitions of sequences in different colours, in different 'material' realities (i.e. a negative, positive, bas-relief, neg-pos overlay) yet in constant rhythm (both visually and on the soundtrack hum) one is manipulated to attempt to work out the system structure. One relates to the repetitions in such a way that one concentrates on working out the serial formula while visually experiencing (and enjoying) the film at the same time.

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    Average: 2 (1 vote)

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  • Kay van Vree - Hat (2013)

    Hat is a movie that made itself. During a walk on the beach the hat of my friend was blown from his head.
    I grabbed my camera and started following the hat. What followed was a beautiful dance in which you see the hat making loops only controlled by the wind and the surface of the beach.

    Director: Kay van Vree
    Music: Maaike Wijbenga

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    Average: 3.3 (3 votes)

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  • Wolfgang Lehmann - Image of myself as act; Study No.2 (2002-03)

    Selbstbildnis als Akt; Studie Nr.2 / Image of myself as act; Study No.2
    A film by Wolfgang Lehmann (7 min., 42, b/w & colour, 16mm, Germany 2002-03)

    I love signs of transience such as patina, scratches and age; they are traces of history and existence in pictures. They are signals for irreversible time. There are no longer any negatives of the original footage because all the material was combined to form a whole during editing. The images on the screen are the result of the extremely short sequences of shots, as a rule in two or three frames. The >smudge< is anything but a reduction of the image; on the contrary, as a result the pictures gain a degree of diversity and richness. The marks where the film is spliced was something that excited me even in the >classics< of film history, and here this has been taken consciously to the extreme by me. What interests me is not the analysis of the material but rather the very conscious way of dealing with the aesthetics of it. The nakedness of the body is not the most essential aspect of the film. Nakedness is something natural, no more and no less. The desire to work with material, the rhythm of the images, the editing and assembling of the pictures, the light and the colours - these are the real self-portrait because it is in these that I find my passion for creating. - Wolfgang Lehmann

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    Average: 3 (2 votes)

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  • Michael Woods - Disney World (2010)

    The representation of being in motion picture is the direct result of an inflated super ego, a facade that coats the real in an illusion of impenetrable madness and gives birth to the Super Id. We are in an inorganic suspension by which we must posit nothingness onto the world in order to understand ourselves as being. It is this nothingness that we project, from the screens in Hollywood to the streets of New York City, that will lead to an inevitable collapse of the systems of meaning as they fall pray to the cancer of representation.

    We are now in the Warholian mode of being, and the avant-garde has not reacted against the banality that now coats our existence.

    Everything is now Disney World.

     

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    Average: 4 (2 votes)

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