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I Am Easy To Find

"I Am Easy To Find," a short film directed Mike Mills and an album by The National out May 17.

For more information and special features, visit https://iameasytofind.com/

 

"I AM EASY TO FIND"

STARRING ALICIA VIKANDER

MUSIC BY THE NATIONAL

WRITTEN & DIRECTED BY MIKE MILLS

 

WATCH Director's Commentary by Mike Mills: https://youtu.be/ngh94k_sO2M

WATCH Commentary by The National's Matt Berninger and album contributor Carin Besser: https://youtu.be/xFJE37ZVTgo

WATCH Film Q&A From New York's Beacon Theatre with The National, Mike Mills and moderator Julien Baker: https://youtu.be/jm04WnksK38

Epoch

EPOCH from Kevin McGloughlin on Vimeo.

EPOCH
Film and Sound design by Kevin McGloughlin
Selected images : Google Earth
Audio Samples : Nasa

https://www.instagram.com/kevinmcgloughlin_gram/


Director Statement.
Epoch is a visual representation of our connection to earth and it's vulnerable glory.
Our time here is esoteric, limited and intangible.
The fragility which exists in all aspects of life is one thing that is certain.
We are brittle, and so is Mother Earth.

Morabeza

Morabeza from Amar Hernández on Vimeo.

This 16mm short film undertakes a journey from slavery to ‘Morabeza’, a multi-faceted word that describes Cape Verde’s gentle spirit. Allow yourself be guided to discover the diversity and beauty of this African country.

https://directorsnotes.com/2019/01/02/amar-hernandez-morabeza/

https://tv.booooooom.com/2019/01/02/morabeza-amar-hernandez/


Production: Inlight.
Script: Amar Hernández & Marina Outeda.
Voice Over: Fee Reega.
Sound Design: Galgo.
Camera Assistant: Prince Bright.
Location Manager: Samira Pereira.
Graphic Design: David Negrone.
Process & Scan: Cinelab London.
Color Grading: Jorge Jesús (El Colorado)

Thanks: Jacobo Saiz, Lucía Outeda, Mariola Manent, Javier Bejarano, Ramón Corominas, Alberto Bañares, Daniel Meré, Foto R3 and Cape Verdeans.

Fauve

FAUVE from Jeremy Comte on Vimeo.

Set in a surface mine, two boys sink into a seemingly innocent power game with Mother Nature as the sole observer.

"Fauve" is this week's Staff Pick Premiere! Read more about it here: https://vimeo.com/blog/post/fauve
facebook.com/FAUVEfilm

CAST

Tyler: Félix Grenier
Benjamin: Alexandre Perreault
The Woman: Louise Bombardier

CREW

Writer/ Director : Jeremy Comte
Production : Evren Boisjoli (Achromatic Media), Maria Gracia Turgeon (Midi la Nuit)
Cinematographer : Olivier Gossot
Production Manager: Julie Groleau
Production coordinator: Kelyna N. Lauzier
1st Assistant Director: Catherine Kirouac
Casting Director: Victor Tremblay-Blouin
Costume Design: Renée Sawtelle
Make-up & Hair Artist: Stéphanie Barette
Sound recordist: Laurent Ouellette
Key Grip: Roland Cody Laroque
Best Boy Grip: Nicola Poitras Gamache
Grips: Patrice Arsenault, Thibault Kersani
1st Camera Assistant: Jeanne Dupuis
2nd Camera assistant & Gimbal operator: Benjamin Granet
Stunt Coordinator: Tyler Hall
Visual Effect Supervisor: Jean-Francois Clément
Assistant Visual Effect Supervisor: Alex Legault
Unit Production Manager: Jean-Maxime Giguère
Set Production Assistant: Gabrielle de Cevins
Production Assistants: Stéphane Pierre-Dufour, Sophie Cullen Aubut, Sabrina Lavergne, Molly Manseau
Production Driver: Antonio Gracia Molero
Production Intern: Gabrielle de Cevins
Medic: Dominique Laplante
Catering: Reception GL
Animal Wrangler: Alain Chiocchi

Script collaborators: Patrica Boucher & Daphnée Côté Hallé
Script Consultant: Phillipe Lesage

Image Post Production: Outpost
Post Production Supervisor: Simon Allard
Editor : Jeremy Comte
Online Editor: Simon Allard
VFX Artist: Val Michailov

Sound Post Production: Cult Nation
Mixing & Sound Design : Hugues Bertrand, Théo Porcet, Jean-David Perron
Foley Artist: Michael Anctil
Sound Post Production Coordinator: Sophie Bérubé

Colour: The Mill - Chicago
Colourist : Luke Morrison
Colour Assist: Lindsay Mazur
Coulour Producer: Dan Butler
Colour executive Producer: Laurie Adrianopoli

Music: La Hacienda
Composer: Brian D'Oliveira

Distribution and international sales: H264 Distribution

Poster & Title design: Sebastien Camden - Pusher

Filming Equipment: Cineground, Achromatic Media, Cinepool, Multiservice Luna
Vehicles: Location Via Route
Production Accountants: Marie-Ève Desbiens Tremblay, Johane Bergeron
Auditing: Benoit Gauthier
Production Insurance: BFL
Lawyer: Gabriella Rozankovic - Lussier & Khouzam

Produced with the financial participation of SODEC, CALQ, Provincial tax credit & Federal tax credit

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Fauve played over 100 festivals internationally and won over 60 awards.

Winner: Special Jury Award - Sundance Film Festival 2018
Winner: Best of the Festival - Palm Springs ShortFest
Winner: Grand National Jury Prize & Best Youth Short Film - Regard Int. Short Film Festival
Winner: Best Drama - Aspen ShortsFest
Winner: Programmers Choice Award - Cleveland Film Festival 2018
Winner: Best Narrative Award - Minneapolis Saint Paul International Film Festival 2018
Winner: Jury Award for Live Action- Vienna Shorts 2018
Winner: Best International Short - Rincon International Film Festival, Puerto Rico, 2018
Winner: Jury Award, Public Award, Prix Ciné Tapis-Rouge - Festival Courts d’un soir, 2018
Winner: Best Directing, Public Student, Young Voters & Public Award - Longue vue sur le court, 2018
Winner: Premio SIGNIS MÉXICO - Guanajuato International Film Festival, 2018
Winner: Grand Jury Prize (Short Film) - 12th FIRST International Film Festival Xining, 2018
Winner: Grand Prix for Best Short Film - Melbourne International Film Festival, 2018
Winner: Best International Narrative - DC Shorts, 2018
Winner: Best Quebec Short Film - Les Percéides, 2018
Winner: Artist Award Winner - Odense International Film Festival, 2018
Winner: Honourable mention for Best Canadian Short Film - Toronto International Film Festival, 2018
Winner: LeCentral Jury Prize - Off-Courts Trouville, 2018
Winner: Best Overall Short Film - Calgary International Film Festival, 2018
Winner: Best Short Film, FIPRESCI Award : Best Short Film - IFF Pacific Meridian, Vladivostok, 2018
Winner: Brief Encounters Grand Prix - Encounters Film Festival, Bristol. 2018
Winner: La Fabrique Culturel Award - Long Week-End du Court, 2018
Winner: National Competition Grand Prize, Audience Award - Quebec City Film Festival, 2018
Winner: German Independence Award : Best Short Film - Oldenburg Film Festival, 2018
Winner: Best Actor - International Shorts Competition (Félix Grenier) - Les Fantastiques week-ends du cinéma québécois : Vidéotron Award for Best Short (Argent), UDA Award for Best Actor, EVS Award for Best Upcoming Producer (Maria Gracia Turgeon) - Fantasia International Film Festival, 2018

CONTACTS
H264 Distribution / Attn : Jean-Christophe J. Lamontagne/ jc@h264distribution.com
Midi la Nuit / midilanuit.com / maria@midilanuit.com / facebook.com/MidiLaNuitFilms
Achromatic Media / http://www.achromatic.ca/ evren@achromatic.ca /

Ugly / What is Beauty?

Ugly from nikita diakur on Vimeo.

A broken simulated short film about kindness and coexistence.
www.ugly-film.com ✨ facebook.com/Uglyshortfilm

Direction: Nikita Diakur & Redbear Easterman
Music: Enrica Sciandrone, Cédric Dekowski, Felix Reifenberg
Recording, Mix, Sound Design: Nicolas Martigne, David Kamp / studiokamp
Mastering: Bernd Thurig
Animation Assistance: Gerhard Funk, Phil Maron, Nicolas Trotignon
End Titles: Bastian J. Schiffer
Assets & FX: Ozan Korkut, Chris Lühning, Mitch Martinez from mitchmartinez.com, Julia Merkschien, Hannes Raff
Associate Producer: Amid Amidi
Production Funding Liaison: Karsten Matern
Made with support of 206 backers at http://kickstart.ugly-film.com,
FFA, Cartoon Brew, Maxon Computer, Insydium ltd, RebusFarm, Google Zync

 

What is Beauty? from Anna Ginsburg on Vimeo.

Today I ask what is beauty?
Look how fast its definition evolves. Examine the never-ending yet ever changing pressures on women to conform. A CNN commission. HAPPY INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S DAY 2018 PEOPLE #IWD2018 #IWD #whatisbeauty

Lost & Found

Lost & Found from Goldy on Vimeo.

www.lostandfound.film


Lost & Found is a stop motion short film that tugs at the heartstrings.
A knitted toy dinosaur must completely unravel itself to save the love of its life.

7mins / Australia / 2018

Behind the scenes: https://vimeo.com/256204562


DIRECTED BY
Andrew Goldsmith
& Bradley Slabe

PRODUCED BY
Lucy J. Hayes

WRITTEN BY
Bradley Slabe

DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY
& MOTION CONTROL
Gerald Thompson

ANIMATION
Samuel Lewis

PRODUCTION DESIGNER
Rennie Watson

FILM EDITORS
Andrew Goldsmith
John Gavin

VFX CREATIVE DIRECTOR
Andrew Goldsmith

SUPERVISING SOUND DESIGNER
Ryan Granger

MUSIC BY
Adrian Sergovich
with Jonathan Dreyfus



SET DRESSERS
Sophie Hayward, Laura Curtis

PROPS MAKERS
Samuel Lewis, Laura Curtis, Donna Yeatman

SET BUILDER
Sophie Hayward

SCENIC ARTISTS
Aimee Francis, Xin li

ART ASSISTANTS
Raphael Fantl, Nicholas Issel, Nathan Reardon,
Michael Greaney, Eve Gilbert

CULTURAL ADVISOR
Kei Shiokawa

CHARACTER DESIGNER & SCULPTOR
Samuel Lewis

CHARACTER ARMATURIST
Scott Ebdon

CHARACTER CROCHET ARTIST
Julie Ramsden



VFX ASSOCIATE PRODUCER
Haley Polacik

VFX SUPERVISOR & PIPELINE DIRECTOR
Dave Abbott

COMPOSITORS
Andrew Goldsmith, Dave Abbott, Brent Cataldo,
John Gavin, Andrew Montague, Toby Angwin,
Damien Dunne, Scarlette Baccini, Trace VFX

ROTOSCOPE ARTIST
Douglas E Pope

COLOURIST
Edel Rafferty

POSTER PHOTOGRAPHY
Patrick Moran

END TITLES DESIGNER
Rebecca Moore



SOUND MIX
Dead On Sound

SOUND DESIGNERS
Ryan Granger, Adam Hunt

ASSISTANT SOUND DESIGNERS
Shane Jarvie-Kohn, Talia Raso

VOICE OF THE FOX
Maria Angelico

VOICE OF THE DINOSAUR
Marc Gallagher

SOUND HELP FROM
Joel Taylor and The Black Lodge



WOODWINDS
Stuart Byrne

BRASS
City of Prague Philharmonic

STRINGS
Jonathan Dreyfus

HARP
Genevieve Lang

PIANO
Adrian Sergovitch

SCORE ENGINEERS
Jezz Giddings, Damian Enemark, Jan Holzne

SCORE MIXED BY
Jonathan Dreyfus

SCORE RECORDING HELP FROM
Craig Harnath for Hothouse Audio
James Fitzpatrick for Tadlow Music
Laura Bishop for Jigsaw Music
Song Zu


LEGAL
Shaun Miller


SPECIAL THANKS
Raphael Fantl, Tom Fantl, Dave Abbott,
Haley Polacik, John Gavin, Patrick Moran,
Samuel Lewis, Gerald Thompson, Justin Donoghue,
Nerida Moore, Louise Gough, Nell Greenwood,
John Tummino, Darryl Slabe, Matisse Fantl,
Sophie McPike

Do You Reverse?

1932 - United States of America.

 

Introductory intertitle reads: "Here's an odd fowl, that walks backward to go forward so she can look behind to see where she went!"

Shot of a little girl who the narrator tells us is called Mary O'Connor (note: this is American author Flannery O'Connor as a little girl) from Savannah, Georgia (at least that is what it sounds like). Mary holds a chicken which she lifts onto her shoulder. C/U of the chicken as it walks backwards. Narrator claims that this is the only chicken in the world that walks backwards.

It looks pretty realistic and then we see geese and ducks walking backwards too so it is presumably a camera trick using film reversal technique. Shots of cows and horses seeming to walk and trot backwards.

What does it mean to be a man?

What makes a man? To answer this question, London-based directorial duo Kaj Jefferies and Rosie Matheson shot this raw and unfiltered Super8 portrait to provide insight into British youth and their experiences of gender identity in the modern world. Revealing what lies behind the facade, their film challenges our socially prescribed preconceptions of traditional maleness.

"The film reveals an incredibly raw and truthful image which is reflected in the very nature of [our decision to shoot] straight onto film," the directors explain. "There are imperfections, there is only one take, and there is no hiding. It creates an honest and very personal portrait of the subject. The film is a tribute and testament to the young men who have revealed themselves to us so faithfully."