“A white bunny rabbit crawls up and out of a hole at the foot of a large, gnarled tree to find a girl in a black dress whose face appears to resemble that of a young Agnes Moorehead. Sinister clouds pass quickly overhead and wind begins to carry debris past the girl, now covered in chocolate syrup and Cap’n Crunch cereal. The rabbit, now black, turns to the camera, its face suddenly resembling a young Dick York.” If that description just turned you on, then you are going to LOVE this collection of experimental excursions!
Runtime: 2 min.
Director: Arne Nostitz-Rieneck
Producer: Jakob Slavicek
Website : Life: Patened
The wonder of human life, birth and procreation has a very different value in a world ruled by corporations. A journey from egg-cell to human life with a surprising end.
Genre: Fantasy, Mysterty
Runtime: 16 min.
Director: Jacob Anderson
Producer: Erica Lang, Sara Ross-Samko
Website : Dustland
Once upon a time, an endless dust storm engulfed the world, stranding an itinerant circus in a time without purpose. One day, a high wire walker, lured by a tune hidden in the wind, leaves the circus and finds the melody revealed in the shape of mysterious fiddler waiting at the crossroads.
The stranger presents her with an hourglass that can stop the wind, but only until the sand runs out. The wire walker rejoins the show and, taking control of her fate, decides to walk the wire one last time.
Red, Blue, and Purple
Genre: Drama, Thriller
Runtime: 6 min.
Director: Janek Ambros
Producer: Janek Ambros
A man’s mind jumps back and forth between increasingly extreme versions of the individual and the collective.
Runtime: 20 min.
Director: Kendrick Lackus, Andreas Meyes, Lars Sichau
One morning, Mr. Kawuras awakens with a ball on his head. At first nothing in his daily routine changes, as usual Kawuras gets ready to go out.
But outside, his appearance arouses curiosity, the ball attracts the interest of people in the public space and seems to be a fascinating skill.
Kawuras performs with virtuosity a juggling show in front of people waiting in a train station, who become more and more agitated. After becoming delirious
Kawuras faints and regains consciousness in the hospital, where he is diagnosed with a deadly disease and is being told that he has few time to live. There is no way out, but nevertheless the end is not as it is supposed to be.
Runtime: 11 min.
Director: Natalie Plaskura
Producer: Natalie Plaskura
Website : Intrusion Stills
The short film Intrusion does not tell a classical story. The main focus lies on the visual design, which has the intention to convey a mood.
The motives and the associative dramatic composition are reminding of dream sequences, nightmares or hallucinations in which the uncanny and the curious are staged; Unrealistic, seemingly disparate, yet interrelated scenes that poke, like an intrusive recurring traumatic experience, into the mind of the powerless spectator.
Genre: Action, Fantasy, War
Runtime: 8 min.
Director: Marina Bruno
The short ‘Civil War’ is the story of a man living alone in a cabin in woodland, when after he decides to blow a little blue bird to pieces, he suddenly gets fired at by an unknown enemy.
He is then engaged in a civil war, but with whom?
Genre: Drama,Romance,Personal Narrative
Runtime: 24 min.
Director: Roman Kayumov
Producer: Roman Kayumov
Website: Butterfly Fluttering
She is a modern girl, young, beautiful, and she tries to follow their own instincts. She is searching for someone to love and real feelings. Perhaps she just wants to feel alive.
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