1. (!The filmmakers highly recommend wearing headphones for the fullest 'o negative' experience!)
    O NEGATIVE premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival before playing festivals all over the world. It was named one of the Top Ten short films of the year by TIFF.
    It is featured on Short of the Week: shortoftheweek.com/2016/10/31/o-negative/
    and is a Vimeo Staff Pick.

    written and directed by Steven McCarthy (contact: onegativefilm@gmail.com)

    Featuring Alyx Melone, Steven McCarthy and Sandra Forsell.
    Produced by Steven McCarthy, Eric Haapala, and Corinne Wilkerson
    Director of Photography - Cabot McNenly
    Edited by Stéphane Lafleur
    Art Direction - Cory Hawke
    Key Make-up - Jen Roomes
    Costume design - Jenna McCutchen
    First assistant director - Aaron Duncan
    Key Grip/Gaffer - James Castellani
    Sound recordist - Danial O'Brien
    First assistant Camera - Matt Bendo
    2nd Assistant Camera - Carlo "Mak" Pozzebon
    Locations - Eric Haapala
    Catering - Gore Street Cafe
    Production Manager - Liz Whitmere
    Sound design - Aaron Mirkin
    Composers - Gordon Hyland and Sam McLellan
    Colourist - AJ McLauchlin
    Sound Mixer - Omie Craden
    Poster by Jeff Mann
    Executive Producers - Michael Majeski, Kishwar Iqbal, Steve and Kimberley Cherry, Steven McCarthy
    A Candles are for Burning production.

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  2. A short film featuring Brandon Semenuk.

    Directed by - Rupert Walker & Brandon Semenuk (Revel Co.)

    Producer - Brandon Semenuk

    DP - Rupert Walker

    Cinematography - Rupert Walker & Anthony Vitale

    Aerial Cinematography - Rupert Walker

    Editing/Color - Rupert Walker

    Title Animation - Scott Waraniak

    VFX - Dan Gaud

    Sound Design - Keith White

    Photography - Toby Cowley

    Music - 'Havoc' composed by Luke Atencio (Licensing through The Music Bed)

    Voice Over - Alan Watts (Licensing through The Alan Watts Society)

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  3. This piece is a tribute to video games as artistic expressions of contemporary creativity, and an irony to
    how the recent evolution of video games has impacted our societ y at the same time.

    It was inspired by the aesthetics of fighting video games, but instead of interacting via a game controller
    we imagined the player to be the character itself. We tried to emphasize the feeling of true immersion
    by closely matching the player’s motion with the graphical feedback, getting as close as possible to
    simulating hitting a real object.

    Narikiri Showdown renders the pixilated grace of video games to emulate the real world and it uses
    technology's limitations to create new degrees of expressive and spatial freedom. Its space can be
    occupied individually or in groups to defy spatial logic and mix new experiences in the analog world that
    impact the virtual one.


    Milan Design Week | Italy | 2015
    Game Developers Conference (GDC) | US | 2015
    Tokyo Design Week | Japan | 2015
    Japan Expo Paris | France | 2014
    Digital Contents Expo Tokyo | Japan | 2014


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