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  • Fighting Eddie
  • Synopsis: After years of training from his mama to fight that S.O.B. Eddie, Watts is forced by Sheriff Elbert quit. Cold turkey. If he doesnt, hell get put in the slammer. Whats a mamas boy to do? 
  • Director: Frank Longo / Writers: Frank Longo & Jason Rodgers
  • Format: 16mm, color / Length: 26 minutes 
  • E-mail: ksb2063@garnet.acns.fsu.edu

 

  • Protest
  • Dir/Writer: Steve Katz
  • E-mail: liebm-an@yahoo.com
  • Format: 35mm, sepia tone / Length: 3 min
  • Note: Jury award in the American Deauville Film Festival, shown at International Cannes Festival.   Steve Katz is partner and co-founder of Pitch, a Manhattan-based animation and live-action studio. Protest was developed as an in-house art project. His computer visualization work is the subject of a permanent exhibit at the Museum of the Moving Image in New York. Steve is also a playwright. Two of Steves one act plays, Vows and the Funny Pages were presented in the Cubicula theater in New York.

 

  • The Tell-Tale Vibrator
  • Dir/Writer: Jill Chamberlain
  • e-mail: jillchamberlain@yahoo.com
  • Format: 16mm, color / Length: 9 min
  • Category: comedy
  • Synopsis: When a young woman is visited by her parents, an unexpected guest shows up.
  • Website: www.homestead.com/movingpics
  • Note: This film has won numerous awards, including Best of Festival award at Rhode Island International Film Festival, Best Comedy Short at Saguaro Film Festival, and Jury Prize for Screenplay at The Atlantic City Film Festival.

 

  • The Light
  • Dir/Writer: Phillip Scarborough
  • E-mail: phsjr1@yahoo.com
  • Website:  http://www2.netdoor.com/~phsjr1/phsjr1.html
  • Format: 16mm, B&W / Length: 7 min
  • Note: Because its a highly personal story, Phillip Scarborough wrote, directed, and starred in this film. Originally, the concept surfaced from his friendship with a drug addict, who was attempting recovery. The music is from the Hal Hartly film The Amateur, which Scarborough obtained permission to use. The Light has won numerous awards (10, as of this writing, (Dec.31, 99).
  • Synopsis: You cant run from yourself. And the light we all chase we possess already.

 

  • Billys Balloon
  • Dir/Writer: Don Hertzfeldt
  • E-mail: nightmonkey@prodigy.net
  • Format: 16mm (available in 35mm), color / Length: 5 min
  • Category: animation
  • Website: www.bitterfilms.com
  • Note: Billys Balloon has won 20 awards (as of this writing, Dec. 31, 99). Don Hertzfeldts animated films have gathered a considerable following. His four films have collectively gathered 67 awards.  His quirky animated films have been seen on MTV, the Sundance Channel, the Independent Film Channel, and Bravo. 7

 

  • idolle
  • Dir/Writer: Petra Schroder & Anja Perl
  • E-mail: lanark@public.uni-hamburg.de
  • Format: 35mm, color / Length: 6:35
  • Note: Screened at numerous film festivals and won 5 awards so far.
  • Synopsis: Everything is quiet in the kitchen for the Minicat and the Budgie, until the flower decides to sing her terrible song.
  • Category: animation, claymation
  • Reviews: perfectly animated expressions in the faces of the characters. - epd Film idolle tells the story of unfulfilled desired and destroyed illusions with plasticine and latex. - die Welt The kitchen idyll seems like a hell a la Sartre. Funny! - Emdener Zeitung

 

  • Gunfight
  • Dir/Writer: David Ross Hernandez
  • E-mail: davidross92@yaho.com
  • Format: 8mm, B&W / Length: 5 min
  • Synopsis:  Several mobsters converge on a  playground.  A gunfight ensues.

 

  • Lets Get Medical
  • Dir/Writer: Jon Tojek & Peter Juneau
  • E-mail: jon@tojek.com or jtojek@aw.sgi.com
  • Format: Beta Sp, VHS, color / Length: 3 min
  • Web site:  www.tojek.com .
  • Synopsis: A failing surgeon by day, Dr. Scott finds comfort in a fantasy world by night, one in which medical tools and former patients, among other things, keep him company until dawn.

 

  • Going Home
  • Dir/Writer: James Shepard
  • E-mail: shepardent@aol.com
  • Format: digital video / Length: 10:42
  • Synopsis: In order to continue forward in his relationship, a man must confront his demons from the past.

 

  • Cancer Schmancer
  • Dir/Writer: Jennifer Hillman
  • E-mail: c/o reedob@cnw.com
  • Format: 8mm, B&W / Length: 8:50
  • Synopsis: Funny interview of a cigarette company representative.
  • Note: This film was a part of a collection of super 8mm shorts screened at Emerald Reels showing in Seattle, Washington.  Visit their site:  www.emeraldreels.com

 

  • Baked Alaska
  • Dir/Writer: Huck Botko
  • Format: video, color / Length: 7:40
  • Synopsis: A guy gives his mom a Baked Alaska that is bad.  A disturbing and lo-fi  documentary fueled by bitterness

 

  • Dreamers
  • Dir/Writer: Ann Lu
  • Format: 35mm, color / Length: 90 min
  • E-mail: darklantern@earthlink.net
  • Website: www.dreamersthemovie.com
  • Awards & Reviews: Best Screenwriter Award, Audience Choice Award - 1999 Malibu International Film Festival, Audience Choice Award - Palm Springs International Film Festival  The (Malibu Film Festivals) real purpose was to showcase the talent of independent filmmakers such as director Ann Lu. - The Malibu Times
  • Synopsis: In setting out to find a movie-like life in Hollywood, two friends discover that true happiness lies in the courage to face reality

 

  • One-more Fine Life Facsimile
  • Dir/Writer: Reed OBeirne
  • E-mail: reedob@cnw.com
  • Format: 8mm, B&W / Length: 3:56
  • Note: Reed, a filmmaker himself, hosts Emerald Reels, a cinema showing in Seattle, that screens super-8 shorts while a deejay spins. He has a nice website at www.emeraldreels.com

 

  • Solstice Filmette
  • Dir/Writer: Reed OBeirne
  • E-mail: reedob@cnw.com
  • Format: 8mm, B&W  / Length: 1:11
  • Synopsis: Short collage of images.
  • Note: Reed, a filmmaker himself, hosts Emerald Reels, a cinema showing in Seattle, that screens super-8 shorts while a deejay spins. He has a nice website at www.emeraldreels.com

 

  • Mating Season
  • Dir/Writer: Shane Hannafey
  • E-mail: hannafey@ix.netcom.com
  • Format: digital video, color / Length: 2 min
  • Note: Shown at DragonCon (Atlanta, GA), Festival of Fantastic Films (Manchester, UK).

 

  • A Late Mourning
  • Dir/Writer: Lawrence Elisha Horwitz
  • E-mail: LSH@ecentral.com
  • Format: 16mm, color / Length: 13 min 
  • Synopsis: A quiet, understated tale of mourning and recovery. Although he keeps his life under control, Scott, an  aerospace engineer, cannot hold off the long-suppressed pain that keeps surfacing.

 

  • Mud
  • Dir/Writer: Johnny Zhivago
  • E-mail: Jzhivago@aol.com
  • Format: 16mm, color / Length: 15 min
  • Note: Played at Raindance Film Festival (UK), Abel Ferraras Living Room. (Well-filmed, nice cinematography & color hues.)
  • Synopsis:  Stacy, the attractive new cashier at a roadside diner, becomes the object of a bet among the employees.

 

  • Underdogs
  • Dir/Writer: Glenn Friedel
  • E-mail: shootyoudown@earthlink.net  or shootyoudown@usa.net
  • Format: 16mm, color / Length: 101 min
  • Synopsis: A college student struggles to make a decision on what to do after graduating.
  • Reviews: Hilarious and sincere. A great debut - Jason Levine, Film Reviewer for the New York Times Definitely a first rate film - Stuart Alison, Executive Director, New York International Independent Film Festival

 

  • Child Bride
  • Dir/Writer: Mabel Gan
  • E-mail: ksb2063@garnet.acns.fsu.edu
  • Format: 16mm, color / Length: 27 min
  • Synopsis: An introverted restaurant owner resorts to an arranged marriage to fulfill his late mohter's wishes.  When his bride turns out to be a  15 year old girl, her tries to return her with as little trouble as possible.  Yet the spirited little girl seems determined to stay.  What begins as a contest of wills develops into a special friendship.

 

  • The Buse
  • Dir/Writer: Kelsey Scott
  • E-mail: ksb2063@garnet.acns.fsu.edu
  • Format: 16mm, color / Length: 22 min
  • Synopsis: Buses are here to harass mankind.   But one, New Buse, doesn't want tobe mean to mortals.  This gets New in trouble with the head Buse, Murphy Law,  who will end New's existence if he doesn't shape up!  Can New escape his fate without being caught by Murphy?
  • Awards:  Most Creative Student Film (Ft. Lauderdale Film Festival's FIFE/Disney MGM Award, Nov. 6, 1999), 2nd Place Student Narrative (Ft. Lauderdale Film Festival Blockbuster Awards, Nov. 5, 1999)

 

  • Baby Killer
  • Dir/Writer: James Shepard
  • E-mail: shepardent@aol.com
  • Format: digital video, color / Length: 7 min
  • Synopsis: Reared on a steady diet of TV, a baby finally acts out.
  • category: comedy

 

  • Termites in the Headboard
  • Dir/Writer: Dick Zylstra
  • E-mail: none
  • Format: 16mm, color / Length: 94 min
  • Synopsis: In an attempt to land a job at a publishing firm, Bobby dresses up as a woman. In doing so, Bobby learns firsthand the problems faced by women in the workplace, among other things.

 

  • Estetyka
  • Dir/Writer: Joao Machado
  • E-mail: none
  • Format: 16mm, color / Length: 12 min
  • Synopsis: An introverted limo driver falls for a disenchanted woman who leads him on an entertaining and sordid journey.

 

  • Steal this Book
  • Dir/Writer: Randy Schwartz
  • E-mail: none
  • Format: 16mm, color / Length: 3 min 
  • Synopsis:  Two guys in a bookstore decide to take a book's title to heart.

 

  • Transcendental Highway
  • Dir/Writer: Michael Penny
  • Format: digital video, color / Length: 13:20
  • E-mail: none

 

  • I Love my Movie
  • Dir/Writer: Hillary Weisman
  • Format: digital video, color / Length: 87 min
  • E-mail: kibidango@aol.com
  • Website: www.ilovemymovie.com
  • Synopsis: In this comic, cross-country adventure, independent filmmaker Hillary Weisman films the  antics of her and her friends. Dubbed a fiction feature with some occasional truth, the movie is described as The Real World meets Shermans March.

 

  • Bear
  • Dir/Writer: Sara Marino
  • Format: 16mm, color /Length: 22 min
  • E-mail: smarino@istar.ca    / Production company: trophywife@sprint.ca
  • Synopsis: This film is based on a Governor General's Award winning novel by Marian Engel called, Bear (1976).  Sent on assignment to catalogue the contents of an historic mansion in northern Ontario, LOU is surprised to find attached to the home a semi-domesticated black bear.  From frightening monster, to pet, to friend, to lover, LOU projects a series of personalities onto the bear before an experience leads her to conclude that a bear is a bear--in some ways very much like humans, and in other ways not at all.

 

  • A Better Man
  • Dir/Writer: Brian Hamblin
  • e-mail: better_man@rollingstockfilms.com
  • Format: 16mm, B&W / Length: 15:42
  • Note: Shown at California Student Media Festival, Cinevegas International Film Festival
  • Synopsis: A young railway worker meets and courts the woman of his dreams, until a horrible secret emerges.

 

  • Auditions
  • Writer/Dir: Michael Tierno
  • e-mail: judithquinn@mindspring.com
  • Format: 16mm, color / Length: 85 min
  • Synopsis: Three losers from Queens, New York decide they cant meet girls, so theyre holding auditions.
  • Website: www.auditionsthemovie.com
  • category: comedy (narrative)

 

  • Nightwerker
  • Dir/Writer: Akshay Desai
  • E-mail: akshayjd@yahoo.com
  • Format: digital video, color / Length: 8:9
  • Synopsis:  A night worker experiences a set of comedic mishaps.
  • category: comedy

 

  • The Louis Armstrong Complex
  • Dir/Writer: Cari Boltz
  • E-mail: cboltz@hotmail.com
  • Format: 16mm, color / Length: 9:13
  • synopsis: In search of inspiration and answers, an artist learns that sacrifice is the true price of fame.
  • category: dark comedy 

 

  • Jimmy Ritz
  • Dir/Writer: Bill Flannigan
  • E-mail: wflannigan@uswest.net
  • Format: 16mm, B&W / Length: 16 min
  • Synopsis: Every man has at least one killing in him. Sometimes its murder, sometimes suicide.

 

  • I Am
  • Dir/Writer: Joseph H. Biancaniello
  • e-mail: JHB@solidfilms.com
  • Format: 16mm / length: 24 min
  • Website: www.solidfilms.com
  • Synopsis:  A funny, hearwarming story about love, guilt, and friendship.

 

  • My Uncle Sidney
  • Writer/Dir: Professor Timothy Dee, Dept of CMCN
  • E-mail: timdee@usl.edu
  • synopsis: Lust and a burning cross dominate this film about young lovers who cross racial barriers in a small 1950s Texas town.
  • Format: 16mm, color / Length: 40 min
  • Note: A film this good should be savored. - Aaron Gyarfas, The Daily Advertiser A packed house enjoyed this 40 minute film. - The Shadow, Lifestyles an excellent movie an excellent story - Henri LeJeune, The Vermillion A story that needed to be told. - Walter Pierce, The Daily Advertiser a well-made, sweetly poignant movie-with-a-message beautifully photographed - Steven K. Landry, Teche News

 

  • I, Socky
  • Dir/Writers: Danny Plotnick & Alison Levy
  • Format: super 8, color / Length: 7 min
  • Synopsis: A rogue sock monkey hits the town on a big day out. Shot and edited on super 8, the film showcases super 8s rich Kodachrome pallete and its guerilla aesthetic.
  • E-mail: s8romeo@aol.com
  • website: http://www.sirius.com/~sstark/mkr/dp/dp-bio.html

 

  • Sacrifictum
  • Dir/Writers: Pituka Ortega Heilbron
  • E-mail: poh@pananet.com
  • Format: digital video (final format: 35mm), color / Length: 26 min
  • Synopsis: Three women give their accounts of spousal abuse, and the events that led them to kill their husband.

 

  • The Lesson
  • Writer/Dir: Lindy Sternberger
  • E-mail: DirectorBabe@cs.com
  • Format: digital video, B&W /   Length: 11 min
  • Synopsis: A woman with an important business dinner to attend lets stress get the best of her, and learns a lesson the hard way.

 

  • Just Add Love
  • Writer/Dir: David A. Cole
  • E-mail: visdream@aol.com or justaddlov@aol.com
  • Format: 16mm, color / Length: 95 min
  • Note: An audience favorite and runner up at Temecula Valley International Film Festival
  • Synopsis: A story about Baby Boomers looking for love the second time around.

 

  • Wild Mother of Passions
  • Writer/Dir: Juan-Miguel Magrini
  • Format: 8mm / Length: 20 min
  • Note: Screened at Fort Worth Festivals, also small art galleries in Chicago Synopsis: An interpretive dance becomes an allegory for metaphysical mysteries. The combination of grainy 8mm black-and-white film with handheld photography adds to the stark minimalism

 

  • 15 Minute Tape
  • Writer/Dir: Mike Tarnower
  • E-mail: mike@mikesvideostuff.com
  • Format: digital video, color / Length: 23 min
  • Note:  "Actually, it does look and play very much as I originally envisioned it.  What's been unexpected, and a bit   troubling, is the nature of the reaction to the film.  People seem to get genuinely disturbed while, and after, watching it." - Mike Tarnower

 

  • Little Eath
  • Writer/Dir: Christian DeFazio
  • E-mail: KISSFAZ@aol.com
  • Format: digital video, color / Length: 41 min
  • Note: Shown at The NY Intl Independent Film & Video Festival, thesync.com and ongoing online film festivals
  • Category: experimental, dark comedy
  • Synopsis: Three small time theives are suddenly presented with the opportunity for the ultimate heist. But what starts out as the score of a lifetime eventually leads down a supernatural path of deception and horror. This is a tale of three men, their greed, and their macabre destiny.

 

  • Code
  • Writer/Dir: James A. Rahn
  • E-mail: jarahn@mailbox.syr.edu
  • Format: video, color / Length: 8 min
  • Note:  James has shown  video and painting throughout the U.S.
  • Note:  Audio-video collage that dives into the deep end of the pool.  Clarity amist the chaos of hyper-fast images.   Like taking a drink from a fire hydrant.

 

  • Trip Hopping in the Planet Drug (Band: Mucca Macca)
  • Writer/Dir: Paul Poet
  • E-mail: paulpoet@gmx.net
  • Format: digital video, color / Length: 3:48
  • Note: Special Jury prize (Best VC-Director) at Premio Duel Videoclip (Faenza, Italy)
  • Synopsis:  ahs not yet been screened.

 

  • Lifes too Good
  • Dir/Writer: Hillary Weisman
  • Format: 16mm, color / Length: 75 min
  • E-mail: kibidango@aol.com
  • Website: www.ilovemymovie.com
  • Note: This film has been called: a smart and insightful and frighteningly realistic rumination about love from the point of view of a twentysomething woman - Boston Sunday Globe While Hollywood flounders around trying to catch the pulse beat of the yet-to-be-adequately-labeled twentysomething generation in over-hyped films independent filmmaker Hilary Weisman quietly gets the job done for $60,000 in her debut feature, Lifes Too Good. - Boston Phoenix Bolstered by a shrewd and witty script, a competent, no-frills style, and some disarming performances, its an auspicious beginning for a fresh new talent. - Boston Phoenix 37)
  • My review:  Moody & surreal microscope on the individual meanings of love within a family.  Almost felt like watching a late 70's film ...  gritty, textured, significant, not-easy-to-forget.

 

  • Coping
  • Dir/Writer: Christopher Robin Hood
  • Format: 16mm, color / Length: 112 min
  • E-mail: crhood@ix.netcom.com
  • Note: Screened as a work-in-progess at the Cinevegas International Film Festival
  • Synopsis: A mans journey to happiness with the woman of his dreams is hampered by his inability to forgive his father.
  • Note: Christopher Robin Hood is a gifted writer.  One good film.

 

  • Reunion
  • Dir/Writer: Sherilyn Mehnert Moore
  • Format: 16mm, color / Length: 18:50
  • E-mail: TSMoore2@bellsouth.net
  • Note: Will be shown at the New York International Independent Film Festival on February 7, 2000 Synopsis: Unusually dark film about a girl whose faced tragic circumstances, and the way in which she deals with them.
  • Synopsis:  An unusually sad story of a young woman whose faced tragic circumstances and the way she's dealt with it.

 

  • Meat the Johnsons
  • Dir/Writer: Chuck Perry
  • Format: Fisher Price Camera, B&W / Length: 7 min
  • E-mail: acel@uslink.net
  • Note: Shot on Fisher Price Camera. Premiered at Hibbing, Minnesota and "Flicker" Film Festival (Chapel Hill, North Carolina)
  • Synopsis: A story about forbidden love, a story of hope, a story about three people with nothing better to do on a Saturday afternoon. Website: http://homepages.go.com/~chuckinator1/index1.html

 

  • Magic Music from the Telharmonium
  • Dir/Writer: Reynold Weidenaar
  • Format: Macintosh Computer, color / Length: 28:51
  • E-mail: weidenaa@email.njin.net
  • Synopsis: This documentary provides a definitive account of the first comprehensive music synthesizer, beginning with the 200-ton telharmonium.

 

  • Waiting for Turbulence
  • Dir/Writer: Jonathon Chua 
  • E-mail: jcjoint@hotmail.com
  • Format: digital video / Length: 10 min
  • Synopsis: Tumult. Disorder. Turmoil. Chaos. Pandemonium. Disturbance. Convusion. Upheaval. Shock. An anti-romantic comedy featuring jaded New Yorkers, a semi-retired porno extra, one yet-to-be-trained Pug, and four sensually raunchy tales. Something is bound to break.

 

  • In the Future
  • Dir/Writer: Mike Hoolboom
  • Format: digital video, color & B&W / Length: 3 min
  • Synopsis: A collage of film footage interspersed with questions about the nature of reality verses its photographed history. Unique & unsettling.

 

  • Her name, Alexandria
  • Director: Tyler Mason
  • Writers/producers: Tyler Mason, Adam Bloomberg, Billy Blair
  • E-mail: abloomberg@excite.com
  • Format: 35mm,color / Length: 14 min / Category: comedy
  • Synopsis: A story about the lengths a guy will go to prove his love to his girl. This is one funny movie. Well-filmed, streamlined, well-acted. Memorable.
  • The Collector
  • Dir/Writer: Benton Jew
  • Format:  16mm, B&W / Length: 7 min / Category:  horror-drama
  • E-mail: bentonjew@hotmail.com
  • Synopsis: A black comedy/horror story about two men who literally bump into each other on the street. The incident escalates into a war of wills between the two men; one an urban city dweller, the other a sadistic psychopath. Both have strong wills, neither give in
  • Review:  A very scary film.

 

  • Punctuality
  • Dir/Writer: Joseph Joe Brown Tartaglia
  • Format: 35mm, color / Length: 56 min / Narrative-drama
  • E-mail: droneheads@aol.com
  • Note: This received Winner - Audience Choice Award at the 1998 New York International Independent Film Festival, Directing Award at the 1999 Atlantic City Film Festival

 

  • Nathan's Model
  • Dir/Writer: Walter Smelt III
  • Format: video / Length: 5 min / Drama
  • E-mail: Sffreak@aol.com
  • Synopsis: A guy who likes a girl at his school, decides to draw her a picture.

 

  • Take  23, 376:  The making of Day 23, 376
  • Dir/Writer: Walter Smelt III
  • Format: video / Length: 10:10 / Comedy  
  • E-mail: sffreak@aol.com
  • Synopsis: In originally trying to make a real, scripted comedy, the outtakes end up being the funniest footage.
  • Men Are Not Gods
  • Dir/Writer: Michael Prestage
  • Format: video,color / Length: 10 min
  • E-mail: none
  • Review: A man finds his way across civilization after a nuclear holocaust, or is it an allegory? Nice work, effective, sobering.
  • Domestic Bliss
  • Dir/Writer: Jean Strong
  • Format: hi-8, color / Length: 60 min
  • Web site: www.jeanstrong.com
  • Synopsis:  A musical journey of Miss Leanne Du Fontaine, an outrageous lounge singer who gives up showbiz for the life of a suburban housewife.  An absurdist romp through suburban Somerville, MA.   Featuring a catchy musical score and some original dance

 

  • A Toy's Angst  
  • Dir/Writer: Jim Brogan
  • Format: video, color / Length: 30 min
  • E-mail: egostar169@aol.com
  • Note: According to Jim, this movie turned out more than expected. I made this movie with my friend out of boredom. I edited it and laid down some sound and found it to be campy, juvenile fun. Showed it to friends who laughed their asses off.
  • Another Mans Treasure
  • Dir/Writer: Gary Kane
  • Format: video, color / Length: 16:37
  • Synopsis: The documentary of an man who collects his own treasures and stores them at his house in a residential neighborhood.
  • I Want A Baby
  • Dir/Writer: Damienne Caron
  • Format: 16mm, color / Length: 20 min / E-mail: none
  • Synopsis: Nadine is thirty. She misses her boyfriend. She wants a baby. So she goes on Amy McCalls public access show to find the ideal man.
  • Note: This film won Special Mention for subject matter and directing at Corto Imola Festival in Italy, and screened at Taiwan International Student Film Festival.

 

  • This Side of Summer
  • Dir/Writer: Tonje C. Nordgaard
  • Format: VHS, color / Length: 8 min
  • E-mail: tonjenord@hotmail.com

 

  • For Good Luck
  • Dir/Writer: Tonje C. Nordgaard
  • Format: 16mm, color / Length: 22 min
  • E-mail: tonjenord@hotmail.com

 

 

  • Trapped
  • Dir/Writer: Daniel Bishop
  • Format: digital video, color / Length: 1:06
  • Synopsis: You get trapped in the oddest situations, do do with the oddest things. Everything gets so distorted and once youre okay; the feel of Distortion never quite leaves you

 

  • The Brothers
  • Dir/Writer: Jonathon Figg
  • Format: 16mm, color / Length: 29 minutes
  • e-mail: jfigg@msn.com

 

  • La Stanza Attigua Finale
  • (The opere video di Francesco Mannarini)
  • Dir/Writer:  Francesco Mannarini / E-mail: neal@libero.it
  • format:  16mm, color / Length: 6 min, 10 seconds
  • review:  A surreal journey into the world of moods.  This unique image-heavy collage blends realities that are both   comfortable and strange, creating a restless sense of doubt.

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