Experimental/Dance/Music Festival Testimonial – April 7 2020

Kelly LaCombe

I wasn’t able to attend the event and any feedback would be amazing. If you have an official to send me of anything I would love that. I’ve never been able to attend a single contest as the one nearest me was cancelled due to covid 19 and I’m sure that will continue…

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The Experimental Film, Dance and Music Festival now runs 9 times year! Due to the popularity of the genre, films and festival screening. So submit your work and get it showcased at the FEEDBACK Festival.

Festival occurs in two cities: At the Carlton Cinemas in downtown Toronto, Canada, and at the LA LIVE Regal Cinemas in downtown Los Angeles, USA.

The goal of this festival is to showcase the best of new experimental short films and independent music videos from around the world. Films that don’t get a fair shake from other film festivals because programmers don’t know where to “categorize” these films. There isn’t a typical linear story occurring so most festivals can’t truly understand the talent and beauty around these films.

We want to showcase films that showcase true originality and talent from filmmakers from every corner of the globe. And also showcase new musicians who have made a music video and want it to be shown.

This festival is part of the FEEDBACK Film Festival, so after the film is shown, we turn on the lights and ask the audience what they think of the films. With this format we promise a SOLD OUT crowd and a positive conversation. Our audience is sophisticated and won’t divulge into negative and judgmental talk.

Watch Past Audience FEEDBACK Videos from the Festival:

Is it Brave New World or 1984? Here are a few dystopias we ALREADY live in — Russia News Now

© Warner Brothers / Reuters / Toby MelvilleThis is the Voice you have learned to fear The post-coronavirus future is looking grim: economic collapse, martial law. It’s not like we weren’t warned humanity was heading south, however, and there’s a lot more doomsaying to explore beyond Orwell and Huxley. Who wouldn’t want to live in […]

via Is it Brave New World or 1984? Here are a few dystopias we ALREADY live in — Russia News Now

Tales from the Loop: Relationships and Robotic Arms — Den of Geek

While the stories in each episode of Tales from the Loop have a sci-fi twist, whether with time travel or parallel universes or mysterious machines, they are mostly grounded in life in the town of Mercer, Ohio. The Willard family is center stage much of the time, but even then Paul Schneider’s character George Willard […]

via Tales from the Loop: Relationships and Robotic Arms — Den of Geek

A Person Sets Off a Surreal Sequence of Events in Super Cool Experimental Film CONCATENATION — Entertainment Updates

Filmmaker Donato Sansone has created a very cool experimental video titled Concatenation. It begins with a person setting off a surreal sequence of events, each one connected to the one that came before but with different visuals. The sound in the video comes from sound engineer Enrico Ascoli and it plays a pivotal role in the video. I hope […]

via A Person Sets Off a Surreal Sequence of Events in Super Cool Experimental Film CONCATENATION — Entertainment Updates

There’s a hypothesis that states that the entire universe might be a computer simulation. — FACTIONARY

Scientists argue about a lot of ideas — from the Big Bang model back in the roaring twenties to present-day theories like …, and who-knows-what-else. Right now, scientists are working on creating a simulation to the universe. That’s what scientists are cooking. What if this simulator gets so real that it’s able to fabricate our […]

via There’s a hypothesis that states that the entire universe might be a computer simulation. — FACTIONARY

1st Scene FAN FICTION Screenplay: Kenobi: A Star Wars Story by Paul Watkins — FAN FICTION Film and Writing Festival

When a hidden settlement on the system of Tatooine is attacked by a force from the past a mysterious villager and his odd ball team will seek out a legendary Jedi Knight. CAST LIST: Kaylen: Peter Mark Raphael Padi: : Isaiah Kolundzic Narrator: Esther Thibault The Old Man: Dan Cristofori Hina: Victoria Urquart You […]

via 1st Scene FAN FICTION Screenplay: Kenobi: A Star Wars Story by Paul Watkins — FAN FICTION Film and Writing Festival