Still-life comedy props come to life in an exploration of what's funny. Maybe not what's "funny, ha ha'", but more of what's "funny about the way this milk smells"' In short, this film smells like old milk. Enjoy! Or don't. Whatever. Features VO work from Kevin Yon (Chrysler), if you're into that sort of thing. Not that his involvement is conditional on what you're into it. I mean if you're not into that sort of thing, he's still in the project. Get over yourself.

    Director: Nickolas Duarte -
    Production Company: Crown Chimp Productions -

    Voice Over: Kevin Yon
    Clown: Mark Klugheit

    Producer: Nathan Lee Fullerton
    Co-Writer/Creative Producer: Drew Grubich
    Director of Photography: Oscar Rivera -
    Music: Tom Bailey
    Sound Design/Mix: Mike Clark
    Make Up: Sonia Campbell
    VFX: Caleb Merrick -
    Animal Wrangler: Steve Young
    Production Assistant: William Vidkus

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  2. Directed and designed by HEADLESS
    3D supervisor: Javier Verdugo
    Modeling&Lighting: Javier Verdugo
    Rigging: Miquel Campos
    Animation: PH Dallaire, David St-Amant, Guillaume Pelletier, Christine Houle.

    Special thanks to SHED and GLASSWORKS Barcelona

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  3. Made up of videoclips sent in by 85 fans from 22 countries

    Graham Coxon
    What’ll It Take (Parlophone)
    Director: Ninian Doff
    Editor and VFX: Ninian Doff
    Producer: Stacy Vaughan
    Prod co: Pulse Films
    Commissioner: Oliver Hammerton

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  4. A story about life, love, and sugar packets.

    Starring: Ian Hyland, Bill McHugh and Tom Everett Scott

    Director: Brian McAllister
    Screenplay by: Rebecca Sue Haber
    Producer: Robert Cammisa
    Director of Photography: Dennis Donovan
    Music: Jarkko Hietanen
    Executive Producer: Jim Mayzik

    Festival Screenings:
    2011 New Hampshire Film Festival
    2011 Anchorage Int'l Film Festival (Honorable Mention)
    2012 Dam Short Film Festival
    2012 Skagway Winter Weekend Film Festival
    2012 Omaha Film Festival
    2012 Charlotte Film Festival
    2012 Garden State Film Festival
    2012 Phoenix Film Festival
    2012 Rincon Int'l Film Festival, Puerto Rico
    2012 Crossroads Film Festival
    2012 West Chester Film Festival
    2012 Siouxland Film Festival (Audience Award)
    2012 Lighthouse International Film Festival
    2012 Rainier Independent Film Festival
    2012 Waterfront Film Festival
    2012 Feel Good Film Festival
    2012 Woods Hole Film Festival (Runner Up, Jury Prize)
    2012 HollyShorts Film Festival
    2012 DC Shorts Film Festival
    2012 Rome International Film Festival
    2012 Chesapeake Film Festival
    2012 Williamstown Film Festival
    2012 Rockport Film Festival
    2012 Landlocked Film Festival
    2012 Feast for the Eyes Food & Wine Film Festival, Minneapolis
    2012 Mill Valley Film Festival
    2013 Julien Dubuque Int'l Film Festival
    2013 Cluj Shorts - Int'l Short Film Festival, Romania (Best Short Film)
    2013 Gold Coast International Film Festival
    2013 Portsmouth Short Film Night
    2014 Mendocino Film Festival
    2014 ZEBRA Poetry Film Festival, Germany
    2014 Leuven Short Film Festival, Belgium

    An account of the first days of shooting this film, illustrated with production stills, is available at:

    Other Links:
    Short of the Week Review:
    Facebook Page:
    IMDB Page:
    Filmmaker Brian McAllister's Page:
    Twitter Page:

    © 2011 Note to Self Films

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  5. Film Name Paper War
    Duration 06′06″
    Director Zhe Zhang
    Screenwriter Zhe Zhang
    Paper Diaosi* living in a white paper world always has nothing to do. One day, he sees an amazing beauty living on the opposite side of his building. When he is about to propose, the second Paper Diaosi shows up, it makes him furious. In order to get the beauty’s love, the two Paper Diaosi begin to fight each other. Time pasts every second. The beauty starts to lose patient. Who will win her love?
    *Diaosi in Chinese means someone who is young, poor, miserable but never loses hopes for a better live.

    Director ZHANG Zhe will attend the Award Night on 18 Feb at Ritz Cinema Randwick, Sydney. Everyone is welcomed to meet the director. For more info plese visit:

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