HIGHLIGHTS & VIDEO: February 2022 Music Film Festival

Showcase of the best FILMS in the world today.

Audience Award Winners:
BEST FILM: Tell Me There’s a Garden
BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY: Etiäinen
BEST MUSIC VIDEO: May, Snow
BEST PERFORMANCES: Fine

Watch the Audience Feedback Video for each film:

ABIOGENESIS, 3min., Australia, Music Video
Directed by David Vincent Smith

An experimental expression of how artists interact with the architecture around them. Made for the Boola Bardip WA Museum.

WATCH HERE – The audience feedback video of the film!

CLICK HERE and see full info and more pics of the film!


MAY, SNOW, 6min., USA, Music Video
Directed by Ruoyun Chen

“May, Snow” music video is a person’s exploration to the outside world, and a journey back to one’s self. Combining real-life shooting and animation, the work uses parallelly narrative to tell the story of the protagonist’s continuous writing to someone without getting any response, and the journey of those letters searching for the recipient throughout the world . The letters travelled from the nature to the cities, passed through a kid, a youth, and an elderly, to vacant rooms, and finally arrived at the Lighthouse, symbolizing a complete life cycle of human-being.

WATCH HERE – The audience feedback video of the film!

CLICK HERE and see full info and more pics of the film!


Etiäinen, 8min., Mexico, Music
Directed by Amulio Jose Espinosa

Etiäinen: “an image, doppelgänger, or just an impression that goes ahead of a person, doing things the person in question later does.”
This audiovisual piece explores the feeling of auto-exiling oneself: leaving behind the loneliness of the city to confront the strange vastness of nature. Living between memories and premonitions of both worlds.

WATCH HERE – The audience feedback video of the film!

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MIMI OZ STAR 111, 6min., USA, Music Video
Directed by Scott Mason

Music video by the recording artist Mimi Oz that features dancers and her solo performance on the Brooklyn Bridge.

WATCH HERE – The audience feedback video of the film!

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FINE, 5min., USA, Music Video
Directed by Emma Scotson, Valen-Marie Santos

Sometimes no is enough without having to explain the story of why. This video embodies and presents as many depictions of “no” as possible. It abandons linear narratives to embrace the abstraction & unpredictability uncovered when exploring the world of a sentiment/feeling. Many iconic “revenge/breakup” music videos starring women, portray these women as unhinged, crazy, and even demonic. It was essential that this NOT be the case in ‘Fine.’ In ‘Fine,’ the women are unchangingly grounded, empowered, and sane as they wreak destruction in order to tell the man who brought trauma/pain upon them “no.” The symbols of this man (his apologetic gifts, the infantilized submissive school-girl-esque image of women he finds ideal, the surrealist box-world he has trapped them in) are the catalysts for the unhinged/creepy/horrific tone of this suffocating-box world, not the women.

WATCH HERE – The audience feedback video of the film!

CLICK HERE and see full info and more pics of the film!


TELL ME THERE’S A GARDEN, 5min., USA, Music Video
Directed by Austen Browne, Mykala Micek

Tell Me There’s a Garden is a short dance film that explores the anxiety of waiting to see if the seeds we’ve planted will produce a harvest—and the questions we are compelled to ask about ourselves when they don’t. There is hope in every season, even if we sometimes need help picking up the pieces.

WATCH HERE – The audience feedback video of the film!

CLICK HERE and see full info and more pics of the film!


SCULPTURE, 5min., Iran, Music
Directed by Ramin Hosseinpour

Ramin Hosseinpour
Song of Sculpture

WATCH HERE – The audience feedback video of the film!

CLICK HERE and see full info and more pics of the film!


STRUCTURAL, 4min., Australia, Music Video
Directed by Renee Webster

An experimental expression of how artists interact with the architecture around them. Made for the Boola Bardip WA Museum.

WATCH HERE – The audience feedback video of the film!

CLICK HERE and see full info and more pics of the film!


By experimentalfilmfestival

Festival occurs 3 times a month! Showcased the best of experimental short films and music videos from around the world.

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