Gaz Coombes – Walk the Walk by Najeeb Tarazi

A poker game unfolds in a series of experimental video collages.

From the album „World’s Strongest Man“:

Directed by Najeeb Tarazi

Amechi Okocha
Thomas Wilhoit
Leah Rudick
Ricky Rojas

Director of Photography – Boyd Hobbs
Production Designer – Lauren Meyer
Steadicam – Stephen Lucas
Production Coordinator – Kyle Cameron
1st AC – Tony Hart
Key Grip – Tim Finn
Art PA – Rory Cameron

Colorist – Kris Smale @MPC LA

Edited by Najeeb Tarazi

Production Company: More Media
Represented by Las Bandas Be Brave

Special Thanks to
Warren Shaeffer
Michael Langan
Jen Herrera
Andy Roberts
Sean Wells
Stephen Buchanan
Joaquin Poblete
Megan Furnish
Rebecca Boorsma

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Ari by Alex Murawski

Being a kid is tough, being yourself is harder. In the face of humiliation Ari finds courage and self acceptance in the most unexpected way.

A short film by Alex Murawski
With Jaxon Graham-Wilson, Tiarnie Coupland & Alan Dukes

Written & Directed by Alex Murawski
Produced by Annmaree J Bell

Cinematographer Joshua Flavell
Production Designer Ella Carey
Editor Danielle Boesenberg
Sound Designer Brooke Trezise
Music by Fenton, Emuul & Chad Gock

Production Company: Azure Productions
Made with support from Screen Australia

Room for Change by Dan Fipphen

Phil Sturm has social activism in his blood. His mother hosted Vietnam protesters in his childhood home. He’s rallied against apartheid and marched to fight climate change. Now, he and his wife Terry have carried on the family legacy and opened their doors to 19 students who have made the journey to Washington, DC for the March for Our Lives.

Adam by Emma Allen

“Just like the lotus we too have the ability to rise from the mud, bloom out of the darkness and radiate into the world.” – Unknown

Adam – Grey Matters collaboration between artist Emma Allen and neuroscientist Daisy Thompson-Lake.

This piece is an animated portrait illustrating some of the underlying neurological processes and emotions associated with depression.

Created with face paint and stop-motion animation.
Copyright Emma Allen

Written, Directed and Animated – Emma Allen
Produced – Daisy Thompson-Lake, Emma Allen
Performance – Malik Ibheis
Camera & Lighting – Robin Samson
Sound Design – Tudor Brothers
Post Production – Huxley Studios
Neuroscience Consultant – Daisy Thompson-Lake


Supported by – Artichoke, Queen Mary Center for Public Engagement, The Flash Pack, Huxley Studio and all the wonderful folk who donated to our crowdfunding campaign

The Grey Matters mission is to raise awareness by creating artistic impressions of underlying neurological processes involved in mental health disorders. Adam, the first film in the series, tackles the subject of depression.

Emma Allen

HIDDEN by Sekani

A about a year ago I decided to make full CG short myself, here is the result.

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Hidden is a short film about self appreciation, it’s about uncovering some of the thoughts and feelings that make us who we are and seeing that those feelings are beautiful. Each of the figures are representative of an emotion; chains represents fear, crystals is love and affection, gold is greed/ambition and flowers is joy/happiness. We start off with them being all covered in cloth to be synonymous with the idea of not sharing certain feelings or aspects of ourselves, a reflection of how many of us interact in today’s society. As we progress through the film, we peel back the layers (removing the cloth), revealing what lies underneath is beautiful. We then show that all these figures create one person, reiterating all these different aspects make us who we are.

Visuals: Sekani Solomon
Audio & Sound Design: Niccolò Chotkowski @Smider

Tools: Cinema4d, Redshift, Marvelous Designer, Daz 3D, Nuke

Kemialliset Ystävät – “Pujottelua” (Official Music Video) by FOLKLORE

« Pujottelua » (Official Music Video) from the album SIIPI EMPII released April 6th 2018 on Leaving Records

Inspired by an excerpt of a text by Jan Anderzen: « Once I zoomed infinitely into a single pixel and felt a path open, leading to the source of an unnamed nutriment. »

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On a lovely flower I land to catch my breath. I rest my wings and enjoy a few drops of nutritional gruel.

I’m observing the nature fooling around with cryptic coloration, the effects of color and light. A bird’s coloring is made up of singular plumes and feathers… like a mosaic. I’m contemplating the masquerade of a hunter dressed up in camouflage and screaming bright orange. Once I saw a seagull and thought it was an angel. Once I zoomed infinitely into a single pixel and felt a path open, leading to the source of an unnamed nutriment. The sun has inspired tons of art, like the tanning bed for example. It is all nature! Bless the whole world! 

I flew over a wall separating the city and the woods. On it some naked witches were rehearsing their balance beam routines. I flew over a monastery and saw people gathering to form amplifiers for prayer. I flew over a lawn marking the spot where there’s no need to grow food. On the silk road I saw a truck carrying the cotton fabrics printed for Jan Anderzén. 

I’m on a true meadow. I’m aware that love gives you wings and that any flap of my wings may cause a tornado in some faraway land. Shattered bridges flying through the air, flocks of cars swiped into the ocean. My wings are closed, rubbing against each other in a circular motion – producing some small blithe rattle pitched too high for the human ear to catch.

Jan Anderzen

Noch Am Leben (Still Alive) by Broken Wing Films

Noch Am Leben/ Still Alive is the story of a woman’s recollection of her mad Holocaust survivor great aunt.

Through the ghetto to cradling her dying sister, Eva Nagler left her mind on the beaches of the Baltic Sea during one of the largest death marches of WWII. Being only one of only a handful of survivors out of tens of thousands, we see vignettes of her perspective- distorted, romantic and affected by the muffled memories.
Narrated by her great-niece, the story captures a snapshot of the cold reality of war and its terrible lingering aftermath.

A film by Anita Lester
Music by Benjamin Riley
Additional narration by Eva Nagler, taken from the Spielberg Holocaust archives
Funded by The Jewish International Film Festival
A Broken Wing Films short

Anita Lester is an animator and illustrator based out of Melbourne, Australia.
Anita and her brother, film-maker Yoav Lester, run film company ‘Broken Wing Films’.


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The Co-Worker by Byron & Dave

How well do you really know your co-workers?

Created By: Byron Brown & David James Ward
Contact Us: byron.and.dave at gmail dot com

Byron Brown
Nicholas Saenz
Sandra Fountain
Haley Alea Erickson
Sanjay Rao
Shannon McCormick as Rockin‘ Rodney

Makeup by: Jenny Lin
Production Assistant: Brandon Spalding
Special Thanks: Jordan Haro, Genuine Joe Coffeehouse

Filmed on the Sony FS7