Going to try and get a rush ticket to see these short films among others in the Unlimited Ride program showing during the Tribeca Film Festival.

From top: Playdate, Space Cadet, Atlantic Avenue

Stills of Coco Hjardemaal from the trailer for Milad Alami’s Nothing Can Touch Me. This film was one of six shown at the 50th New York Film Festival shorts program. It tells the story of a shooting at a high school in Denmark and the protagonist’s struggle with her sense of identification with the shooter. Incredibly good and very beautiful.

La Luna - Pixar short film

La Luna - Pixar short film

Iron Man silkscreen by Jesse Phillips

Iron Man silkscreen by Jesse Phillips

i don’t know what this movie is, but like the look of this poster.
from the amazing archives of Film on Paper (site found via Where the Lovely Things Are)

i don’t know what this movie is, but like the look of this poster.

from the amazing archives of Film on Paper (site found via Where the Lovely Things Are)

“TINY EARTHQUAKES explores a young  woman’s grief a decade after the mysterious disappearance of her younger  brother as a child. 
Traveling back and forth in time through a  stream-of-consciousness narrative, we become intertwined in her past,  present, and dream-like states as we delve headfirst into the slippery,  episodic, contradictory, strange, tender and difficult nature of coming  to terms with the loss of a loved one.”
Sounds fascinating doesn’t it? I’m curious to see how Nathania Gilson (writer/director) and her crew execute a stream-of-consciousness in slippery episodes without losing the audience and still articulating thoughts clearly. The subject is definitely full of possibilities regarding playing with the mind and feelings and if the poster is anything to go by, I’m sure the movie will look really good too.
However, in order for all this to become a real final product, this movie needs support, which you can do on their Pozible page linked above.

TINY EARTHQUAKES explores a young woman’s grief a decade after the mysterious disappearance of her younger brother as a child. 

Traveling back and forth in time through a stream-of-consciousness narrative, we become intertwined in her past, present, and dream-like states as we delve headfirst into the slippery, episodic, contradictory, strange, tender and difficult nature of coming to terms with the loss of a loved one.”

Sounds fascinating doesn’t it? I’m curious to see how Nathania Gilson (writer/director) and her crew execute a stream-of-consciousness in slippery episodes without losing the audience and still articulating thoughts clearly. The subject is definitely full of possibilities regarding playing with the mind and feelings and if the poster is anything to go by, I’m sure the movie will look really good too.

However, in order for all this to become a real final product, this movie needs support, which you can do on their Pozible page linked above.

Thursday — a short film by Matthias Hoegg
"An everyday love story set in the not so distant future sees blackbirds battling with technology, automatic palm readers and power cuts."

Thursday — a short film by Matthias Hoegg

"An everyday love story set in the not so distant future sees blackbirds battling with technology, automatic palm readers and power cuts."