This video art project started approximately one year ago in my YouTube channel and was based on the concept of producing a vlog on a weekly basis as a video-performance with an experimental post-production work. This video is a unique editing remix made with that material, aimed to be screened outside social media. It has an hybrid pace, between an installation and a single channel video.
may I dance ? is a short video-dance piece based on the recording of ordinary movements that were not previously rehearsed nor based on an existing music. The impossible choreography was constructed by a multi-track chroma editing process, fragmenting the performer's identity. It is influenced by noise, punk, hip-hop, glam disco and a desire to experiment an aesthetics of failure. It is
A man who grew up wrongly thinking one day he would be “king”, unrealistically thinks he will be promoted on his 50th birthday, and is instead fired, and then uses a convert organization to fake his death so he can come back to take a wrong-headed approach at being his boss's boss and to even more wrong headedly try to get that same unimpressed company to plan a memorial for his former self
The Social Media Slaughterhouse follows the story of a modern day vampire who uses social media to single out his his victims. Following the premise that he can eat anyone he has learned to single out the most attractive and healthy of teenage girls to quench his thirsts. Sadly modern culture has left his victims too polluted for his taste so our vampire has created an organic human feedlot for
Desperate grassroots director Lan Hai and a friend of his named Ouyang, they decided to film a mockumentary. Jiang Xiao, a graduating senior student influenced by the Chinese mainstream education, he decided to film the entire process of Lan's mockumentary production as his final project before graduation.
Shortly after graduation from high school in the late 1970s, eighteen-year-old Michael Romano engages in some teenage hijinks that gets him arrested in the New York City suburbs. With his plans to attend college put on hold, his father, the executive in charge of production at a large manufacturing company in Queens, takes him to work and puts him under the wing of Jake Cutter, the company's
Blackfunk is an explosive urban drama set on the campus of Harvard Law School and in the exciting cosmopolitan world of New York City. It is an exploration of black love as never seen before. It is based on the bestselling Blackfunk Series by Michael Presley. Blackfunk is about developing strong positive black characters while turning up the drama to explore our beauty yet deal with our moles
"Rush Call Clown is the story about why we choose to do the things we do and how those reasons can be very personal and dear" A social media post turns a man’s life upside down. This is a story about a man's life turning upside down when a celebrity’s social media post portrays the man's clown self as scary and violent, which sparks a negative spiral for his career as a
At least eleven million people were murdered in the Holocaust carried out by Nazi Germany. Six million of the victims were Jewish. About 1.5 million were children. These are the stories of four children who survived. This originally started from the Eagle Scout Project of Alex Roberts to honor the Survivors and to combat Holocaust denial.
Detective Vincent is appointed by the Department to undergo a secret mission to discover a mole residing within their corrupted agency. Sergeant and Officer Alvin express their deepest condolences for the loss of Vincent’s loyal companion on the field by the hands of the traitor. He angrily rushes out to seek justice, starting by the investigation of the crime scene near the harbour where Ken
SUSAN & THOMAS (production completed December, 2016, final cut, November, 2017) is a stream of consciousness narrative based on Susan Sontag's first encounter with her then literary idol Thomas Mann as a 14 year old high schooler with literary ambitions living in 1947 LA, and it is based on Sontag's 1987 New Yorker magazine essay "Pilgrimage." It is a personal take on a
This self contained 9.5 minute film may also be regarded as part of a broader scope project in progress. The protagonist, Harry Shindler is one of the most inspiring people I ever met. He served in World War Two for seven years and lived through both the North African campaign and liberation of Italy. His unswerving commitment to peace, unity, cooperation, and democracy strikes me as extremely
'Structures of Nature' is an audiovisual journey through the inner worlds of experiences in the form of a three-part interaction between four narrators, twelve violoncellos, emergent sound events and rhythmicized synaesthetic video sequences. A symbiosis of visual processes as well as natural and artificial sounds created from human speech and string instruments. Images, music, speech
Cibele (Dandara Adrien), codename #babynymph, is the portrait of a generation that lives to enjoy and have likes. Like so many, she believes that happiness only exists if it is shared. Inspired by Greek mythology, this nymph is guarded by monsters and worshiped by gods, all very human. Along with her friend Daiana (Giovanna Almeida), Cibele wanted to live an unforgettable weekend and share every
Four friends, all prominent artists in the province of Mendoza, Argentina, embark on the making of the sculpture “Reverence”, a sonorous and kinetic work of art, three meters in height, to be done in a minimal amount of time. Armed with just a few detached pieces obtained in a junkyard in Bermejo, they must go through different levels of resolution as they talk about their friendship, the
A hard partying group of life time nerds in their late teens gain super powers by eating radioactive Texas chili that was imported from China. When cooked in their old and broken microwave the right conditions occur to create very unique abilities. One of their group develops the power of time travel and ability to transport anyone who is touching him too. On one routine time trip they meet the
Tables of Istanbul captures the personal story of Zeynep Kılıç – a sociologist, immigrant, and passionate cook exploring food cultures in Istanbul (a.k.a. eating her way through the bustling city). The documentary investigates Turkish cuisine, Istanbul’s place within it, and food movements through conversations with chefs, restaurateurs, researchers, food writers, activists and families.