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Directed by Lisa Mausbach (01:55 minute)
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Directed by Friendly Robot (01:50 minutes) "No Signal" is an experimental title sequence that depicts an astronaut just like the one you probably dreamed to become when you were a child. This astronaut needs to main...
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Directed by Kim Kreiser (02:35 minutes) At a time of increasing urbanization, acceleration and digitization many people have lost their appreciation for the unspoilt environment and while globalization is thriving, ...
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Directed by Paul Scheufler (04:10 minutes) n audiovisual ecstasy - a firework and ode to the colorful bazaar of passions! Could it be sweet, sour, bitter or even salty? A girl embarks on an aromatic journey of love...
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Directed by Andrew B. Myers (04:25 minutes) A visual exploration and celebration of more obscure paraphilias (or fetishes). By adding a creative free association to depict each scenario, this short film attempts to ...
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Directed by Matty Brown (04:05 minutes) As an elderly Native American woman looks back on her life, the line between reality and fantasy are blurred.
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Directed by Nadia Lee (03:05 minutes)
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Created by Andy Schneider & Jonathan Britnell (02:50 minutes) There are so many great phone scenes in movies, so we thought it would be fun to see how many we could string together. Here’s a list of all the movies ...
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A film by Enes Özenbaş (02:25 minutes) “Superposition" is actually the “quantum theory that describes a challenging concept about the nature and behavior of matter and forces at the sub-atomic level.
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Directed by Jiajie Yu (01:45 minute)
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A film by Ilobia (04:45 minutes) ‘Films to Break Projectors’ glues, scrapes and splices 35mm, 16mm and 8mm film to create unprojectable celluloid collages. Reanimating the material reveals the colour music within an...
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Directed by Prannoy Mehta (03:20 minutes) A sweet, little ode to love, romanticized literature and idiots!