EXPERIMENTAL ART

30 Days A Week. 7 minutos, by Mahmood Reza Esmaili Zand. Iran

A New Kind of Ray. 4 minutes, by Emma Rozanski. United Kingdom

Anything for the ones we love. 7 minutes, by Louise Marie Beauchamp. Canada

Bat. 12 minutes, by Claudia Claremi. Cuba

Being. 5 minutes from Dusica Ivetic. Montenegro

Being and Becoming. 9 minutes, by Maite Abella. Netherlands

Buffer Zone Blues. 9 minutos, by Franz Milec. Czech

Burning the Boats Burn the ships 12 minutos, de Macu Machín. Spain

Chairs. 12 minutes from Avner Pinchover. Israel

Chronos 3 minutes from Oguzhan Kaya. Turkey

Circles of Confusion. 5 minutes, by Jason Britski. Canada

Skylight. 2 minutes, by Michael Lyons. Japan

Counting. 11 minutos, by Rahil Bustani. Iran

Deer Theorem. 7 minutes, by Yolenth van den Hoogen. Netherlands

Deternity. 3 minutes from Mersolis Schöne, Evi Jägle. Austria

Exhalation. 15 minutes from Al Díaz. Spain

Facelift 7 minutes, by Jan Riesenbeck, Dennis Stein-Schomburg. Germany

Fine Wine. 11 minutes, by Maria Shamkalian. United States

Fixing a Hole. 3 minutes, by Pierre Ajavon. France

Fluorescent. 2 minutes from Avner Pinchover. Israel

Foreclosed Home Movie. 8 minutes, by Lisa Danker. United States

Fucked Up Point Blank. 5 minutes from Shayna Connelly. United States

Girl in the Purgatorium. 6 minutes, by K. Mitchell. Australia

Ground-swell. 12 minutes from JACKS (Kelsey Kramer and Lexie Thrash). United States

Land Shape #1. 5 minutes from Thadeusz Tischbein. Germany

Light over Jerusalem. 5 minutes from Hagit Kastel. Israel

Lilith. 12 minutes from Erofili Moraiti. United States

Machine. 2 minutes from Ekaterina Volovich. Russia

Meltdown. 6 minutes, by Guli Silberstein. United Kingdom

Moments. 6 minutes, by Shreela Agarwal. Singapore

Woman Empty. 5 minutos, by Max Larruy, Berta Blanca T. Ivanow. Spain

Natalie.D. 5 minutos, by Angele Beraud. France

Nemophelia . 15 minutes from Mirjam Dahl Pedersen. Germany

Cognition Pattern. 7 minutes, by Thorsten Fleisch. Germany

Public Domain. 5 minutes of Jason Britski. Canada

Redemption. 7 minutes, by Anthony Venezia. United States

She Who Invites. 7 minutos, by Sarah El Bakkouri. Canada

Strange Animal. 5 minutes, by Arthur B. Senra. Brazil

The bride of frankenstein. 7 minutes from Talksong LEE. Korea

The Fructful. 7 minutes, by John Collins. Ireland

The Man in the Bushes 6 Minutes, by Vasilios Papaioannu, Emma Piper-Burket. United States

The myth of the eternal return. 5 minutes, by Sarah Ouazzani. France

The Stream IX. 6 minutes from Hiroya Sakurai. Japan

The Tasmanian Tiger. 13 minutes, by Vergine Keaton. France

Two. 8 minutes from Vasilios Papaioannu. United States

Unfold. 9 minutes, by John Graham. Canada

WEBSIES

30 DAY A WEEK
Mahmoodreza Esmail | United States | 7'

WRITER. Mahmoodreza Esmaili i Saeide Esmaeili | PRODUCER. Mahmoodreza Esmaili i Saeide Esmaeili | CAST. Saeide Esmaeili

Running launches the streets, towards the seasons ... Life continues every day after another in this boring way and finally a sign could change life; maybe, maybe not

A NEW KIND OF RAY
Emma rozanski | Estast Units | 5'

WRITER. Emma rozanski | PRODUCER. Louise McElhatton | CAST. Darryl foster

Inspired by the International Museum of Surgical Science collection and the current political climate, this experimental video from 2 channels was highlighted as a sign that describes "A new type of ray" within the X-ray exhibits of the Museum . Documentation of found objects, simple animation and manipulation of light and color make up a strangely ludic tone of an abstract journey. The videos are combined with a monologue that remembers absurdista and perhaps symbolically powerful theater. The text provides clues about a type of metaphysical riddle and, finally, asks the viewer to find answers. Manufactured and originally exposed as a video installation of 2 channels in the international museum of surgical science 2018 summer / autumn Resident artist.

ANYTHING FOR THE ONE WE LOVE
Louise marie | Canada | 7'

WRITER. Louise marie | PRODUCER. Louise marie | CAST. Salvador Chavajay

The indigenous and the white man united by the same fight. A cool poetic on the state of the planet that depicts the First Nations man fleeing the ecological and humanitarian disaster since the conquest of the Americas. Anything for the Ones We Love is a musical film with INDIGENOUS pianist Salvador Chavajay as the messenger.

BEING
Dusica Ivetic | Montenegro | 5'

Life and being, as a circle of transposition and mutation of material and immaterial. The game of lightness and heaviness as essential categories of life.

BEING AND BECOMING
Maite Abella | Netherlands | 9'

When I hear "There is no failure", there are only lessons! I feel restless. When I was seventeen years old, a fortune teller told me: "You will enter the world of art through the front door." I was right, I work in one of the most admired museums in the world. Only that my job is not exactly what I expected. After a surrender process, unexpectedly, I became free.

LIKE HOME
Franz Milec | Czech | 9'

WRITER. Franz Milec | PRODUCER. Franz Milec | CAST. Ian Mikyska

On the brink of the Cold War, as part of the so-called mutual-assured destruction strategy, the United States produced a list of more than 2.000 nuclear targets in the eastern bloc and information declassified only a couple of years ago . The list includes military bases and airports, but also targets that would have had an impact on millions of civilians. Buffer Zone Blues is an experimental short film that visualizes the objectives through hypnotic snippets of satellite imagery, formed by processing Google Maps API data in Python, Nuke and Unity3D Engine. The image creates a three-dimensional immersive effect when falling into a 2D plane, helped by the movement of light particles that appear and disappear rhythmically.

QEMAR THE NAVES
Macu Machín | Spain | 12'

On the screen there are some human figures, trapped by their own passions. They are part of a forgotten silent film, The daughter of the teacher.Nothing seems to save their protagonists from their tragic luck, except for the fragile film material they are made of.

CHAIRS
Avner Pinchover | Israel | 12'

A man rushes chairs to the wall for 12 minutes, apparently an attack of sacred rage. This expressive performance for a camera oscillates between satisfaction and uselessness at the same time that it creates destructive beauty compositions.

CRHONOS
Oguzhan Kaya | Turkey | 3'

A routine day under the skyscrapers that regulates time.

CIRCLES OF CONFUSION
Jason Britski | Canada | 5'

"Circles of Confusion"Is a formal experiment that combines underwater photography and archiving of the movies of the house. The images are manipulated, superimposed and digitally degraded in order to reveal the beauty and danger that exists in their margins.

CLARABÓIA
Michael Lyons | Japan | 2'

A poetic look at a skylight in Oporto shot for three days by means of three Super 8 films. One of the stocks is a Kodachrome of decades, developed by hand with coffee and vitamin C.

COUNTING
Rahil Bustani | Iran | 12'

WRITER. Rahil Bustani | PRODUCER. Ali Hosseini | CAST. TOeyhan mleki i Rahman Falyuni

The history of humanity is the story of suffering masses in the hands of a few.

DEER THEOREM
Yolenth van den Hoogen | Netherlands | 7'

MUSIC. Cedric Elisabeth | PRODUCER. Yolenth van den Hoogen

Deer's theorem invites the spectator to dive into a great rhythm of landscapes and electronic music found. These images evaluate our world and allow us to think of humanity. The emergence of a deer reflects our innocence and, at the same time, faces our losses ...

DETERNITY
Mersolis Schöne and Evi Jägle | Austria | 3'

WRITER. Mersolis Schöne i Evi Jägle | EDITOR. Mersolis Schöne i Evi Jägle | PHOTOGRAPHY. Mersolis Schöne | PRODUCER. James delaney | CAST. Mersolis Schöne

"Hey, look! Be careful! What does deep midnight say? ""Deternity"Is an experimental poetic short film that explores Friedrich Nietzsche's poem"Once More"(Also called" The drunken song"From the book" Thus spoke Zarathustra "). Through the combination of performance and projection techniques, the film represents a protagonist faced with his own psychological dilemmas in a scene dominated by light and alternating shadows.

EXHALATION
Al Diaz | Spain | 15'

WRITER. Al Diaz | EDITOR. Rachel Sanchez | PHOTOGRAPHY. Miguel Ángel Viñas | MUSIC. Luis Hernaiz | PRODUCER. Pedro de la Escalera, Grace Querejeta and Al Díaz | CAST. Ángela Molina, Ángela Molina and Adrián Expósito

We come to the world with an exhale and we leave it with another. Everything in between is one sigh frantic and trembling, a short traffic in the act of living. A casual coincidence between the union of two cells, the end result is death.

FACELIFT
Jan Riesenbeck i Dennis Stein-Schomburg| Germany | 7'

WRITER. Jan Riesenbeck | PHOTOGRAPHY. Christoph Neugebaue | MUSIC. Thomas Höhl | PRODUCER. Dennis Stein-Schomburg | CAST. Daniel Brunet

A man talks about his daily life while the boss develops his own life.

FINE WINE
Maria Shamkalian | United States | 11'

WRITER. | PRODUCER. Maria Shamkalian, Nicholas Shamkalian, Andre Saballette, Andre Saballette, John Woods and John Woods | CAST Lauren Kellett, Yolanda Brunner, Michelle Files, Ron Morrison, Matt Tamburri, Denyse Ellington, Nikki Corinne Thomas, Vincent Tumeo, Keith Rogers, Carol Ann Meyer, Julie Stackhouse, Raffaello Perfetto and Nicholas Shamkalian

Fine Wine is a musical short film about the youth of the spirit at any age. Nicole, a retired home nurse, makes a trip through the memory lane of her patrons and begins to see them as a young man. She is immersed in the magical world of her past and learns that while the bodies can change, the passion within the lives forever.

FIXING TO HOLE
Pierre Ajavon | France | 3'

When trying to fix a hole to prevent my mind from going the other side ... Composition of electronic music mixed with a lunar sound recording of NASA.

FLURESCENT
Avner Pinchover | Israel | 3'

A fluorescent bulb is fired from a cannon at a high speed against a wall. At 3.000 frames per second and, at the last minute, you can end up throwing your interior light.

FORECLOSED HOME MOVIE
Lisa Danker | United States | 8'

A memory of losing a house at 1930, in Miami, becomes the story of a brother in a foreclosure on 2013. He is not able to accept the loss of his house closed, the mother of the filmmaker explains his rooms and functions. Photographs and animated details of the house and its furniture, printed from blocks of linoleum directly to films of 16 mm, alternate with the memory of the 1920s, echoing the cyclical nature of both economic boom (and bust ) as trauma.

FUCKED UP POINT BLANK
Shayna Connelly | United States | 4'

Anxiety disassociates the narrator over time and place while trying to rewrite history in search of a less violent ending. FUCKED UP POINT BLANK is a movie that is with sales about anxiety that interferes with in history. To reveal the truth, an anxious person struggles to rewrite with structure, characters and tone. With each attempt to alter the narration, the potential for violence increases while raw materials are degraded and actions are fragmented, stuttered, or overlapped.

GIRLS IN THE PORGATORIUM
K. Mitchell | Australia | 6'

WRITER. K. Mitchell and Lucy Verde Roze | EDITOR. K. Mitchell | PRODUCER. K. Mitchell and Lucy Verde Roze | CAST. Lucy Green Roze

A girl wakes up in a nightmare, a symbolic world of reality that tries to repress. Suddenly, a ceramic dog frees him from the straps that unite him, allowing him to face a set of peculiar challenges. Will you be happy to control yourself, or will you escape the tradition and take the concept of free choice on its own?

EXHALATION
Al Diaz | Spain | 15'

WRITER. Al Diaz | EDITOR. Rachel Sanchez | PHOTOGRAPHY. Miguel Ángel Viñas | MUSIC. Luis Hernaiz | PRODUCER. Pedro de la Escalera, Grace Querejeta and Al Díaz | CAST. Ángela Molina, Ángela Molina and Adrián Expósito

We come to the world with an exhale and we leave it with another. Everything in between is one sigh frantic and trembling, a short traffic in the act of living. A casual coincidence between the union of two cells, the end result is death.

EXHALATION
Al Diaz | Spain | 15'

WRITER. Al Diaz | EDITOR. Rachel Sanchez | PHOTOGRAPHY. Miguel Ángel Viñas | MUSIC. Luis Hernaiz | PRODUCER. Pedro de la Escalera, Grace Querejeta and Al Díaz | CAST. Ángela Molina, Ángela Molina and Adrián Expósito

We come to the world with an exhale and we leave it with another. Everything in between is one sigh frantic and trembling, a short traffic in the act of living. A casual coincidence between the union of two cells, the end result is death.

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