Short Film: PULSION, 2min., France, Experimental

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Short fashion film directed by Adrien & Nicolas Cohen.
An enchanting and mystical parade inspired by Pyhtie, the greek priestess.
Highlighted by an electronic music by Alexandre Bodak (Allard & Bodak).

Short Film: Samfælni: Busby Berkeley’s Dream Aberrations, 2min., UK, Experimental/Music Video


Samfælni: Busby Berkeley’s Dream Aberrations explores different phobias in the form of early Hollywood’s extravaganzza, where rejection and attraction for mystery will dance in harmony unveiling a coordinated series of familiar shapes performing the abstract. It could be seen as an undesired tribute to the great choreographer Busby Berkeley.

Music: Benny Goodman – Sing Sing Sing (Public Domain)

  • Film Type:
    Animation, Experimental, Music Video, Short, Student
  • Runtime:
    2 minutes 32 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    June 9, 2017
  • Production Budget:
    0 GBP
  • Country of Origin:
    United Kingdom
  • Film Color:
    Black & White

Audience FEEDBACK: BODY WITHOUT ORGANS, 2min, USA, Experimental

BODY WITHOUT ORGANS, 2min, USA, Experimental
Directed by Mark Franz

Explores the mystical singularity of the body in terms of its separate functioning parts. Philosophers Gilles Deleuze and Felix Guattari use this term to refer to the “cosmic egg” of life.

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Get to know the short film: BODY WITHOUT ORGANS, 2min, USA, Experimental

Playing at the July 20th Experimental Film Festival

Directed by Mark Franz

“body without organs” is an experimental animation that explores the mystical singularity of the body in terms of its separate functioning parts. Philosophers Gilles Deleuze and Félix Guattari use this term to refer to the “cosmic egg” of life.

  • Film Type:
    Animation, Experimental, Short
  • Runtime:
    2 minutes 34 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    January 15, 2016
  • Production Budget:
    300 USD
  • Country of Origin:
    United States
  • Country of Filming:
    United States
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  • Director Statement

    My art is informed by two separate disciplines: Literature and Design. In regard to my research in Literature, it has been common for me to focus on 20th century American Literature, and its preoccupations with subculture, moral climate change, and political disenchantment. These ideas are prominent in my research and artwork, and it has become my pleasure to find unique ways to communicate these ideas visually. Poetry, as an excellent model for the non‐linear narrative, as well as its ability to concentrate imagery, is a primary source for inspiration in this regard. These ideas provide a strong foundation for pursuing further development in the design world.

    My interest in design began primarily in the graphic arts as a chance to bring poetic imagery to life and was extended, as it became a possibility to reach a large audience through innovative design. The field of design has been plagued by its power in advertisement and its ability to be profitable. However, several artists throughout recent history have been successful at overcoming this obstacle and have been able to use design as a tool for communicating social responsibility. I strive to do the same. In the field of motion graphics in particular, motion design has been used extensively as a tool for storytelling and poetic expression. Inside these opportunities is where my art comes to fruition. It is often stated that people desire to hear the same stories told in different ways. While this may be too simplistic, it is true that there are a few themes in literary history that are often repeated, themes that resonate a uniquely human experience. My artwork works to capture these themes in a non‐linear fashion as a marriage of poetry and design. Often this proves to be a difficult endeavor, but it is this challenge that helps me stay passionate and diligent as an artist.