An anecdote about a dead lizard in a French vineyard accidentally run over by the winegrower’s tractor serves as a pretext to explore family history which in turn raises questions concerning the relationship between art and deterministic belief systems and between man and nature, etc. The notion of transformation is explored both in terms of the content of the film and the effect of filming itself. The title refers to a mathematical concept related to set theory.
It's white and windy all around. A gigantic figure emerges from behind the snow curtain and hits the road. It passes towns, villages, houses, to land on top of a hill, next to spiders, saints and bumper cars. “Figure” is a surreal tale about creating myths, about religious kitsch, and about the desire for greatness. Who is our protagonist? The world's largest sacral miniature park resident. A gigantic, white contradiction.
In June 1943, a German JU-88 squadron shot down a passenger airplane off the coast of Cedeira (Galicia, Spain). There were no survivors. Among the passengers there was a distinguished personality, Leslie Howard. He was a Jew, an anti-Nazi propagandist, a Hollywood dandy. History is frequently written with forgotten fragments. This is the tale of what may or may not have been the story of Leslie Howard’s last Journey.
A King and Queen who reigned over a thriving and ﬂourishing known as Atlantis could not have children... “Wrath: An Atlantis Faerytale” is a short ﬁlm shot entirely on location on the island of Sao Miguel in the Azores, Portugal. It combines aspects of a fable, such as its association with the myth along with overt contributions from two key figures within the Sao Miguel community. The events of the story are portrayed through a voice recounting the fairytale augmented with B Roll footage depicting the splendor and nature of the Azores, notably Sao Miguel.