"Go straight off the wall" said his dad and Dominic does just that. The film follows Dominic Wilcox, an artist / inventor / designer, on his quest for new ideas....Transforming the mundane and ordinary into something surprising, wondrous and strangely thought provoking.
Winner Best Documentary Berlin Short Film Festival (interfilm)
Winner Best Documentary Sunderland Short Film Festival
Leeds International Film Festival Audience Award
Vimeo Staff Picks Runner Up Best Documentary 2015
Official Selection DOC NYC
Official Selection London Short Film Festival
Official Selection Los Angeles Cinefest
Official Selection Short of the Week
Official Selection Aesthetica Short Film Festival
Official Selection Telluride Moutainfilm Festival
Official Selection Vienna Short Film Project
Official Selection Take One Action Film Festival
Official Selection On The Edge Film Fest
Official Selection Southend Film Festival
Foment de les Arts i del Disseny
Discovery Channel's the daily planet came to film some experiments we were doing in fablab Barcelona on a possible application of the machine in healthcare. VR therapy for pain tolerance has been used in hospitals for severe burn victims, and we are trying to figure out whether our system could have similar uses.
MOVEABLE TYPE (2007) is an art installation by MARK HANSEN & BEN RUBIN. It is permanently installed at the New York Times Building, located at 8th Avenue and 40th Street, New York City; it is open to the public.
This short film by Jane Nisselson & Ben Rubin was among the eight winning films selected for the NowYouSeeMe! International Public Art Short Film Award, which aims to raise the awareness of the general public to works of art in the public domain and to promote the protection of these works. "Making Moveable Type" was screened at the Journées Internationales du Film sur l’Art at the Louvre Museum in Paris in January 2015.
Directed by Ben Rubin & Jane Nisselson
Edited by Ben Rubin
Filmed on location at The New York Times
by Claudia Christen, Oren Eckhaus, and The OCR