1. 9/11 My codename was Manuel, TEASER

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    from Gorki Glaser-Müller Added 276 0 0

    Trailer for my experimental shortfilm distributed by Folkets Bio. Vill du ha program och trailers direkt i mobilen? Hämta appen "Svensk Kortfilm" gratis på AppStore eller Google Play. Synopsis - English Some secrets are too valuable not to be whispered. Gorki Glaser-Muller was born during the dictatorship in Chile 1973. The boy, named in homage to the revolutionary and symbolic figure, Maxim Gorki, was given a code name as a way to protect him from possible threats and torture. Synopsis - Swedish Vissa hemligheter är så pass viktiga att de måste viskas fram. Gorki föddes i diktaturens Chile 1973. Hans föräldrar gav honom revolutionära och symbolbärande namn som en motståndshandling och den lille pojken fick bära kodnamn för att inte riskera tortyr och hot.

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    • Portrait #5

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      from DeVo Nelson Added 35 1 0

      Video Portrait by Louis DeVaughn Nelson Melissa www.hokumarts.org Music - Sonic Youth

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      • Juladesto - VJ Juladi and Ernesto - Performance in Rome, Live Performers Meeting 2012 - Part1

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        from Elke Juladi Added 129 0 0

        Part 1 of our performance in Rome Music of the performance by my friends: Suduaya Illlumen Signal orange

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        • 'Marrakech Sans Titre'

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          from morocco experience & projects Added

          A morocco experience & projects's creative collective art video project (LOW DEFINITION) Aniko Boehler, Patrick Arnoux Mohamed, Oussama Chariji Original film score by Khalid Içame aka DJ Z-TROZ

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          • Post-Panamax

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            from Molly Bradbury Added

            Post-Panamax is an exploration of the Bay Bridge and the Port of Oakland, observed from the passenger seat of a car. This vantage point, while familiar and everyday is a starting point into an exploration of common scenery. Through particular camera techniques, the familiar blurring of scenery with motion is absent, allowing a more precise and detailed view of the Bridge and the Port giving a glimpse at the details not apparent in a real life experience of looking.

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            • Valley, Part 1

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              from Molly Bradbury Added

              Shot in along the Sacramento River in Northern California, "Valley, Part 1" shows the commonplace landscape of rural California as a poly-rhythmic visual-music experience. Almond orchards come alive - their orderly rows of tangled limbs dance above metered trunks. Rice fields tap syncopated drones with each blade. The pastoral setting is transformed into an active interplay between visual motion and sound. From Eastbay Express, December 31, 2008 By DeWitt Cheng "A special mention goes to Molly Bradbury's videotape, "Valley, Part I," which proves that the most unpromising landscape (here, the Sacramento Valley, probably), can be made thrilling and hypnotic."

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              • Bridge - 2005

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                from Molly Bradbury Added

                BRIDGE is an exploration of the Golden Gate Bridge from the perspective of a daydreaming passenger. The viewer as passenger watches three combined views of the bridge's railing, the people walking along the bridge, and the landforms beyond the bridge change. By using composite imagery, and a carefully crafted sound scape, Bradbury is able to encompass the essence of the Golden Gate Bridge beyond what it is immediately tangible in the 'real' experience. In BRIDGE, digital video as a medium is exploited to create a captivating experience where the audience is continually challenged to reconsider how they see the world. The audio informs this introspection of the audience by introducing a strong audio experience, which alludes to a narrative within the barrage of imagery. When the conclusion of these motifs comes in the video's final moments, the viewer has become so accustom to the experience, they are not yet ready to let go.

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                • Trailer "sometimes I feel like nationalizing snake"

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                  from AdemasArteDigital Added 77 0 0

                  Trailer of the video artistic project called "sometimes I feel like nationalizing snake" by Mariana Tschudi. This project is the final project of the masters degree in Digital Arts, Camberwell College of Arts. It illustrates in video and animation 13 visions of sacred plants (ayahuasa). Using a mindset technology, the order in which the visions/videos appear depend on the brain activity of the spectator.

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                  • Temps Mort

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                    from Tania-Maria Alcocer Added 143 1 0

                    Camera et montage : Tania Maria Alcocer Musique de Chahine Icone http://soundcloud.com/chahine-icone Janvier 2012

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                    • LABYRINTHE VERTUEL

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                      from Jean-Michel Rolland Added 104 4 0

                      Un homme, perdu dans un labyrinthe paysager imaginaire, est en proie à ses démons et tente de trouver une issue à ses problèmes. Plongé dans ce monde kafkaïen, complètement déboussolé, arrivera-t-il, de sa démarche d'insecte, à se frayer un chemin qui le mènera à la liberté? A man, lost in an imaginary green labyrinth, is racked by his demons and tries to fix his problems. Immersed in this Kafkaesque world, completely disoriented, will he succeed, walking like an insect, to clear a path that will lead to freedom?

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