PUNY GODS! Curated Cinema for The Cultured and The Curious

  1. Endtrip (2013)


    Endtrip is an animation short film in which we experience a breathtaking trip through the bizarre and fantastical unconsciousness of a drug overdosed girl. This visually stunning journey offers a glimpse into the extraordinary and strange workings of the mind.


    Director & Creator
    Koen de Mol, Olivier Ballast, Rick Franssen

    Music and Sound design
    Tijs Ham

    Femke During
    Cecile Hanrath
    Veerle Cima
    Myrthe van Gurp
    Derk Reneman

    Tim Thuis

    Sander Schram
    Tom Arkenbout

    # vimeo.com/73537360 Uploaded 546K Plays / / 223 Comments Watch in Couch Mode

  2. A Tale of Two Cities 4 of 6

    Collapsing day and night into the frame 'The Quay' is re-viewing of Exeter, that makes two very different aspects of the city co-exist.

    The film was commissioned by Blind Ditch & Exeter Phoenix Digital as part of the digital arts project 'This City's Centre'.


    # vimeo.com/73301996 Uploaded 16 Plays / / 0 Comments Watch in Couch Mode

  3. This clip from SAMSARA showing food production and consumption has been getting a lot of attention!

    SAMSARA is available on DVD and Blu-ray, as well as On Demand from Amazon, ITunes and Netflix.


    From SAMSARA producer Mark Magidson:
    "We are happy this clip has struck a chord with so many people, and we hope that the interest in this clip will lead viewers to see SAMSARA in its entirety. This clip represents only 6 minutes from a 100 minute long film, which was photographed in 25 countries and explores many other diverse aspects of the human experience. We would love for viewers to experience SAMSARA as a whole."

    # vimeo.com/73234721 Uploaded 11.6M Plays / / 124 Comments Watch in Couch Mode

  4. An extended preview of a film constructed from 150,000 photographs that combines time lapse footage of riots, optical illusion paintings and stars. Modern Ruin is a contemplation of the idea that creation and destruction is the same thing. In the same way that you, life itself and even the laws of the universe are deeply paradoxical, so too are the realities pieced together to form this non-reality.

    Every event depicted in Modern Ruin happened in naked reality, from the riots, to the optical-illusion paintings.

    All of my films are accompanied by still portfolios and outtakes culled from thousands of photographs shot for the film. They are designed not just to reflect the artwork in the film, but to add another dimension to it. They can be found on my website: jeff-frost.com

    Riots – I would like to be clear that the riots in this film, which began right outside my front door, were set in motion when the Anaheim police department shot and killed an unarmed man last summer. When the residents of my neighborhood began protesting they showed up and shot into the crowd with rubber bullets, threw tear gas and released a K9 unit, which mauled one man’s arm. They would later say that releasing the dog was accidental. There’s quite a bit more to the story obviously, but I want to make sure that it’s well understood that the footage in this film is not meant to be consumed as a factual news item. It’s definitely taken out of the context of reality and used in another. It’s making art out of news.

    Soundtrack & Sound Design: Jeff Frost
    Additional Editing: Michael Tremaine
    Assistance: Stephanie Alva
    Location Assistant: Sebastian Paquin

    Camera 2: Paul Anthony
    Camera 3: Michael Stern
    Assistants: Stephanie Alva, Bree Walker
    Special Thanks: Francis Kortekaas, Chelton Perry, Fredrick Faith

    Linda Vista location secured with the support of
    Capital K Pictures

    Sofian Khan
    Eileen Gittins
    Daniel Milnor
    Jeff Dunas
    Patrick Kahn
    Holly Kahn
    Stephen Knapp
    Phil Plait
    Steve Anderson
    Peter Brusso
    Brooke Degraw
    Bill Johnson
    Stuart Palley
    Clive Holloway

    Sponsored in part by
    Dynamic Perception

    # vimeo.com/72393215 Uploaded 84.1K Plays / / 56 Comments Watch in Couch Mode

  5. Music video for Kelpe's "Go Visible" by filmmakers Mira Loew and David Altweger in collaboration with contemporary dancer Melissa Spiccia. The video opens with the invitation to "make yourself at home" in a stranger's flat, which the female protagonist accepts by exploring the room through the movements of her body. Unexpected things occur when the space and artifacts within it guide her towards ritualistic acts of unknown purpose.

    Available on Kelpe LP 'Fourth: The Golden Eagle': kelpe.bandcamp.com/

    Video by David Altweger and Mira Loew, featuring Melissa Spiccia
    Music by Kelpe


    # vimeo.com/69553622 Uploaded 68.9K Plays / / 37 Comments Watch in Couch Mode


PUNY GODS! Curated Cinema for The Cultured and The Curious

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A playlist for the PUNY GODS! monthly film screenings in Exeter, Devon, UK.

Short Films with large ambitions, PUNY GODS! wants to make short films social. So expect great short films, filmmakers in attendance and enough space to have a drink and a chat. More like going to watch a great band with your friends than your traditional cinema style event.


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  • Joshua Gaunt

    A short documentary about the untimely closing of a women's refuge. vimeo.com/97281994

    by Joshua Gaunt

  • Gian Mario Ortu

    A M • N is a conceptual short film.

    The purpose of the project is to bring the viewer through a series of experiments made by a fictional corporation, the A M • N CORP who controls paranormal phenomena through technology.


    by Gian Mario Ortu

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