The video is a diptych which concentrates on the pageant moms’ involvement during the shows. The right hand side features videos from the pageants in Texas in which girls dance in front of the jury to instructions given by mothers and coaches behind the jury's backs. The left side is a staged video of an adult dancer which acts as a contrast to the video on the right. In it, the dancer sheds off objects that the girls wear.
The world where children are in the heart of nature.. They play in the heart of nature in harmony with nature. The aim of the movie is to eliminate children's computer games. And bring in the heart of nature.
The content of this work is about code, the code that surrounds us, that builds the chains of life, the code that is the source of all living and non living structures. Is there a relation between the macro and the micro world? Has a bug a similar surface as the moon? This film is a cooperation with the dutch composer Stephan Dunkelman and the austrian filmmaker Nikolaus Jantsch.
A small boy lived in the jungle where living creatures and plants sustained each other without disturbing the environment. The film speaks about the issues of displacement of the wild animals. It was very interesting to hear jungle stories from this little protagonist who lived near Rajmahal hills. He lost his parents when a confused elephant strayed from it's herd ramping through the mud walls of his village. After losing his parents he wandered around feeding on crabs and rice flakes. He eventually came to the plains to sell forest products.
The film considers the uncanny nature of the experience of passing another train at night, where the windows into the space of that other carriage are pools of light in a black void, offering portals into another world. Individual windows slowed down to 10% of real time draw out the movement of the inhabitants of that parallel carriage. The soundtrack to that “other” space, is produced from the space of the carriage from which the camera, filmmaker, and viewer are located – slowed down to match the images, it becomes an abstract roar, echoing the black void which the windows flow through.
"Passenger" is a single-channel video that can be screened as a short film orlooping video installation. The piece is made up of video footage shot over a periodof years (most of it shot on an iPhone with the Filmic Pro app), combined withheavily manipulated Web footage, excerpts from home movies, and various othersources. The film is a visual representation of the filmmaker’s own thoughts andmemories, but is ambiguous enough to allow for the construction of whatevernarrative or interpretation is unique to each viewer.
Installation video in two parts , Song of Syria offers an aesthetic and political reflection on the armed conflict taking place in Syria since 2013. Made from recordings Air strikes posted on Youtube , this installation attempts to offer a reflection on the media censorship carried out by the regime of Bashar Al Assad and illegibility of the conflict. The war and its dead are invisible here to see given hollow while being embodied in the camera movements and the hovering threat of a helicopter flight.
Sprinting in a top university's gym. Looking great. Being fit, beautiful, smart, feminine and strong at the same time, at any time. Maintaining the images as uploaded on social media. In fact impossible but day-to-day reality. From September 2014 to August 2015 Annika Glass was studying Chinese at National Taiwan University (NTU) in Taipei. NTU is widely considered to be one of the best universities in Taiwan. The videos were shot in the NTU gym, which is used not only for exercising, but also for shooting selfies or performing any other kind of self-portrayal and self-staging activities.
A group of office-goers board the 8.33 p.m. Borivali local train from Churchgate every day. For them the commute is a musical journey that symbolizes camaraderie and a revival of spirits at the end of a hard day. At every station, more and more people join this group of everyday revelers; the music reaching a crescendo that drowns the discordant, aggressive voices of commuters aboard the local, instead infusing in them a spirit of celebration.
From The Altered Reality’s Series. A work of Time and Space. Multiplication of the person due to its isolation. Existence in parallel realities. Appearing and Disappearing. Beginning and Ending. Ending and Beginning. Recurrence and Cyclicity.
Directed by: Mariusz Wirski
Screenplay, Cinematography, Sound by: Mariusz Wirski
Film Editing by: Mariusz Wirski, Piotr Zarzycki
Produced by: Wanda Dittrich, Mariusz Wirski, Piotr Zarzycki
MWM Art Film Production
A first-person narrator uses filmmaking tools in an unusual way. The creator unveils his sensitivity to sunlight, movement and space by emphasizing the elusiveness of these elements that build the microcosm of sensations.
“Treetops” is an experimental film about the space between the natural world and the technology we use to capture it and reproduce it. It addresses the frustrations and limitations of trying to reproduce the world around us using cameras, sound recorders, and computers. No matter how hard we work at it, the tools we use have limitations that necessitate that we only create processed representations of that which we shoot/record.