Audience FEEDBACK: REQUEMBARREN, 16min, Spain, Experimental

REQUEMBARREN, 16min, Spain, Experimental
Directed by Roman Rubert Bernat 

Beatrice is a young woman who leaves home to look for Requembarren. After listening to the sad man, to the profaner, and to the incestuous man, she reflects on what happens to her on the journey.

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Audience FEEDBACK: STRANGE BEASTS, 5min, UK, Experimental

STRANGE BEASTS, 5min, UK, Experimental
Directed by Magali Barbe

‘Strange Beasts’ is an augmented reality game. It allows you to create and grow your own ‘pet’. How far can it go?

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Audience FEEDBACK: 65.5 WOMEN, 6min, Norway, Experimental

65.5 WOMEN, 6min, Norway, Experimental
Directed by Liv Mari Mortensen

To understand a recent failure, a young man writes a statistic of all the women he ever slept with. As he tries to simplify all of his affairs into simple characteristics the memories start to take over, leaving him to face the only one he truly wanted.

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Audience FEEDBACK: ICARO, 11min, Brazil, Experimental

ICARO, 11min, Brazil, Experimental
Directed by Carla Jay Shah Laroche

Based on the Greek tragedy, Icaro is a Brazilian modern adaptation of the iconic struggle; a man who seeks liberation from an environment in which he feels caged and powerless. Where myths tell us that our fate is determined by a greater force than our own, Icaro is a poetic film which illustrates how our fate is also determined by choice. Icaro must reach his own decisions on how his profession as an elevator operator will ultimately affect him, a profession which is still widely in use in Brazil. The film touches multiple aspects of Brazil’s complex society.

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Audience FEEDBACK: HOPE, 4min, Iceland, Experimental

HOPE, 4min, Iceland, Experimental
Directed by Knutur Haukstein Olafsson

The apocalypse is coming. A lonely and bitter nun seeks for help to let go of her past and finally be free. The lights go out. The lights are turned on. And suddenly there is a change.

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2017 Experimental Short Films at Festival (January to June)

List of EXPERIMENTAL Short Films that were showcased at the festival for the first half of 2017. Click the links and watch the Audience FEEDBACK videos, plus learn more about the films.

 

BLOSSOM OF MY HEART, 4min, Canada, Experimental/Anti-Romance
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festival posterUNBIND, 5min, Australia, Dance/Experimental
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festival posterNOSTOMANIA, 2min, Canada, Experimental
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festival posterSUNDAY AFTERNOON, 3min. Canada, Romance/Experimental
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festival posterINDIGO, 19min, Sweden, Romance/Drama
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festival posterEYE OF INDIA, 3min, India, Experimental/Adventure
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festival posterVOICING SILENCE, 3min, UK, Animation
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festival posterWOW, 4min, France, Drama/Romance
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festival posterMOUNT ROYAL 2017-09, 2min, Canada, Experimental
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festival posterTHE FINAL FAIRYTALE, 1min, UK, Family
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festival posterPROCLAMATION PUNCTUATION, 4min, USA, Dance/Fashion
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festival posterMISIEK AND EVE FROM OUTER SPACE, 2min, Poland, Animation/Comedy
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Watch Music Video: SWITZERLAND, by Angie Violet Hawes

Angel’s original song and music video.
Angel is 16 years old
Follow Angel on Instagram angel_violet_hawes

Director Biography

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Angel Violet is a sixteen year old award winning film maker. She is a singer/song writer, actress, and story writer. Angel has been doing many wonderful workshops for acting and taking ongoing acting classes including learning different accents with Tony Alcantar, internationally renowned dialect coach.
She’s also an athlete that likes to train before school every day. Although she loves to do all these things, her true passion is making a music video to one of her songs that she wrote.

Director Statement

NO GREEN SCREEN USED IN THIS MUSIC VIDEO.

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