"Experimental"

Screening at Neo Gallery on Wednesday the 2nd October - 12pm to 1.30pm

Check out our Full Festival Pass for entry to 24 blocks of film, 23 talks and 5 masterclasses

AN ETUDE 

Sal Cooper (Australia)

Etude is an animated essay that explores and illustrates the emotional condition that precedes a dissociative crisis. It encompasses fragments of interior states that swing between innocence, delusion, longing and finally devolves into a dreamy crisis.

www.salcooper.com

TEMPLATE MESSAGE
Marin Martinie (France)

What is exactly the fundamental tension between still picture and motion picture ? Pictures are somehow informations : they converge, get ordered and eventually become unreadable.

THE TRAINING
Tony Swenson (USA)

 

An orientation on the laser cutter turns into a 
relinquishment of emotions acquired by the pressures of masculinity.

THE NOTE 

Siavash Eydani (The Note)

A man wakes up and finds himself on the bed in the sea...

WINTER HILL

Lee Gray  (UK)

 

A story about a relentless and driven young woman who finally opens up about the realities of living with a chronic disease, both physical, emotional and social, in the face of government disability cuts and the feeling of being left behind whilst everyone moves forward.

www.leegrayfilms.com/winter-hill

EVERY.SINGLE.ONE (KARUNA)

Cherie Sampson (USA)

This experimental short film depicts the first 72 hours after a breast cancer diagnosis through a tense montage of sound juxtaposed with close-ups of gestural expression and contrasting images of the natural world.

cheriesampson.net/every.single.one/2018.html

THE MAN IN THE BUSHES

Vasilios Papaioannu Emma Piper-Burket (USA)

 

A filmmaker follows a man as he searches for clues to understand the father he never knew. Armed with a stack of photographs, a street address and the knowledge that the man's father was an astronaut, the two explore their surrounding environs in order to unravel the mysteries of living on planet earth.

SAND

Juan Rod (Spain)

 

On the other side of the world, time is infinite and far away. Bodies dive the sand.

Chairs

Avner Pinchover (Israel)

A man hurls chairs at a wall for 12 minutes in what seems to be a holy-rage attack. This expressive performance-for-camera fluctuates between satisfaction and futility while simultaneously creating compositions of destructive beauty.

"Experimental"

Screening at Neo Gallery on October 1st to 3rd

Check out our Full Festival Pass for entry to 24 blocks of film, 23 talks and 5 masterclasses