1. A woodsman's frantic journey, driven by happiness, slaughter, and a confrontation with America's God.

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    A film by Max Winston.

    Awards and Screenings:
    Student Academy Awards - Finalist
    Sundance 2009 - Honorable Mention
    Toronto After Dark: Best international short
    Animation Block Party - Audience Choice
    Detroit shorts festival - Audience Choice
    Animation Magazine student film award - 1st place
    Annecy animation festival 2009
    BUT (b-movie underground & trash fest) - best short film
    Ann Arbor
    Los Angeles film festival
    Sydney Underground film festival
    Spike and Mike Gaunlet show
    Austin Film festival
    AFI Dallas
    Florida film festival
    Environmental film festival at Yale
    International film festival Breda, Netherlands
    ReAnimcja Polish animation festival
    Independent film festival of Boston
    International Eskisehir film festival
    Dead by Dawn Scotland horror fest
    Anima Mundi
    Melbourne international animation fest
    Australia animation festival
    Mauvais Genre festival France
    Just for Laughs Montreal
    Brooklyn international film festival
    Celluloid Screams UK horror fest
    London international animation fest
    KLIK! Amsterdam Animation fest
    Eksjo animation festival Sweden
    Milwaukee film festival
    Anthology Film Archives - New Experimental animation screening
    Temiscamingue Canada festival
    Arbeit Macht Geil Festival
    XFILM sydney TV program
    Wiesbaden int'l animation fest
    Cancun Riviera Maya int'l film festival
    Abitibi-Témiscamingue int'l festival
    Atlanta underground film fest Animation attack
    Rutger Hauer's "I've seen films" film festival
    Athens int'l film festival
    Readymade film festival


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  2. Skateistan: To Live And Skate Kabul is a beautiful and moving short film that follows the lives of two young skateboarders from Afghanistan who attend the Skateistan project. Juxtaposing the harsh reality of life in Kabul with the hopes and ambitions of the country’s children, the film is a touching ray of light from a country only ever in the news for all the wrong reasons.

    For more information about the incredible Skateistan project please visit skateistan.org

    Film Credits:
    Director / Producer Orlando von Einsiedel
    Cinematographer Franklin Dow
    Editor Peta Ridley
    Composer Patrick Jonsson

    The film was made possible with the support of Dazed & Confused and Diesel New Voices

    "Moving and beautifully Shot" Ben Machell, The Times

    "The film really knocked me out, it brought tears to my eyes" Stacy Peralta

    "Captivating. Infectious. Electrifying" Kathy.M.Y.Pyon, LA Times

    "Astonishing" Stephen Robinson, The Evening Standard

    The film has been officially selected into over 80 festivals worldwide including:

    Sundance Film Festival 2011
    SXSW Film Festival 2011
    Sheffield Doc/Fest 2010
    Full Frame Film Festival 2011
    One World Human Rights Film Festival 2011

    The film has also picked up numerous awards and accolades including:

    Winner Best Cinematography LA Skate Film Festival 2010
    Winner Best Documentary LA Skate Film Festival 2010
    Winner Best Documentary Portable Film Festival 2010
    Winner Best Editing Underwire Film Festival 2010
    Winner Best Cultural Film Sheffield Adventure Film Festival 2011
    Winner Jury Prize Chamonix Adventure Film Festival 2011
    Winner Best Young Director We The Peoples Film Festival 2011
    Winner Special Jury Prize Mecal 2012
    Finalist Abu Dhabi Film Festival 2011
    Finalist FujiFilm Shorts 2011
    Finalist Best Representation Underwire Film Festival
    Finalist Rushes Film Festival 2011
    Finalist Vimeo Awards 2012
    Finalist Your Film Festival 2012
    Official Selection Economist Film Project

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  3. A funny short I did for director Steven Tsuchida a long time ago. It premiered at the sundance film festival in 2003, and was featured in NBC's Comedy Shorts Film Festival in 2006.

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