Director: Patrick Vollrath
Divorced and desperate, Michael picks up his eight-year-old daughter Lea for their routine weekend together. But this weekend will be anything but routine.
In the spirit of the surrealist 'exquisite corpse' technique, the new film by Peter Tscherkassky (MIFF 2011 guest and retrospective subject) combines footage from numerous and varied erotic films. ... More »
Three brothers attempt to recreate a childhood photo as a gift to their mother. Special Jury Award at the 2016 Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival. ... More »
A pulsating flicker film that transcends the formal conventions of found-footage films, resulting in a hypnotic allegory of the lunar cycle. ... More »
The natural law of capitalism as expressed by a hungry boa constrictor. ... More »
The Hollywood blockbuster is about to begin, but instead of one production company logo sequence we get twelve competing for our eyes and ears in this mash up of corporate branding. ... More »
When Yùl and his big brother go to meet a local thug, Yùl discovers an affinity with a mysterious snake; while both are at the mercy of the older boys, both are also capable of biting back.... More »