This short film won the first prize at a francophone contest on the theme : World-Library.
It depicts a lot of deeply allegorical feature through an initiatic ritual where culture gives sight to the blind, and a lot of references to the Babel library essay by Jorge Luis Borges. The black water is the ink contained in the books, and the machine symbolises the Internet, collecting knowledge from the book, and making it accessible again, to the blind and the poor.
The short film was made in only eight weeks, by just the one artist. Music was composed by Cyril Humbert, during that same period : http://cyrilhumbert.com/?lang=en
You can find pictures of the work in progress (in french) on the wiki : http://entropy.tuxfamily.org/wiki/index.php?title=Cat%C3%A9gorie:BFM2010
The short film is a photo-montage based on a poem by the French writer Arthur Rimbaud.
Created by "le collectif Anthropomorphique" during the summer 2009, in alliance with the website Entropy killed the Cat, this short film is the first in the series called "Et si les arbres pouvaient parler" (what if trees could talk).
Music is provided by french singer Jullian Angel (http://julliangel.wordpress.com/) under Creative commons By-NC-ND.
This short film is under licence Creative Commons By.
This is an experimental short film by Stéphane Drouot (a.k.a lacrymosa æterna industry, a.k.a. me) which tries to translate the search for a "raison d'être" (reason to be) while struggleling with a day to day life.
Schrödinger's room is a fictional place where Bastien is in the metaphorical state, both alive and dead.
This short is the first part of the Quantic triptych.
Original version (french) available on entropy : http://entropy.tuxfamily.org/?La-chambre-de-Schrodinger