Making-of and outtakes / o Making of e cenas extras: Behind a green screen, a foreigner finds his way in an enchanting - and yet turbulent - Brazil. Where the streets are a stage for politics, art and affection, a gringo can only watch. The result is a mixtape-portrait of modern day Brazil seen through the eyes of the visitor. Atrás de uma tela verde, o estrangeiro percorre os labirintos de um turbulento - porém encantador - Brasil. Quando as ruas são palcos de política, arte e afetos, cabe a um gringo apenas observar. Distributed by / Distribuído por: SomeShorts Contact / Contato: Wouter Jansen - Directed, filmed and edited by / Dirigido filmado e editado por: Douwe Dijkstra Audio mix and sounddesign / Design de som e mixagem: Rob Peters Title design / Design de título: Bas Koopmans & Nuno Beijinho Color grading / Gradação de cores: Wieger Steenhuis Music / Música: Pedrowl, Lia Clark, Stefanini and O Terno Made with the support of / Realizado com o apoio de: IMPAKT Festival Utrecht, São Paulo Museum of Image and Sound and the Government of São Paulo Awards / Prêmios: Prix in Labo Competition – Clermont Ferrand Int Short Film Festival 2017 Bill Douglas award for international short film – Glasgow Short Film Festival 2017 Best Documentary – Vilnius Int Short Film Festival 2017 Best Sound Design and Music – Pleinbioscoop Rotterdam 2017 Best Glocal Propose Award - Seoul Int New Media Festival 2017 Special Jury Prize - Concorto Short Film Festival 2017 Best Experimental Short Film - Bolton Film Festival 2017 Best Contemporary Experimental Short - Sapporo Int Short Film Festival 2017 Green S.O.S. Award - Kaohsiung Film Festival 2017 Third Prize in European Competition – Alcine Festival Int de Cine 2017 Mathieu Hoche Prize for Best Documentary - Festival Int du Film d'Aubagne 2018 Special Mention for Best Experimental Film - Lago Film Fest 2017 Special Jury Mention - Timishort Film Festival 2017 Festivals / Festivais:
Directors : Jean-Pierre Jeunet and Romain Segaud Production : Tapioca Films Based on « Chanson des escargots qui vont à l’enterrement » poem by Jacques Prévert, Gallimard Editions Script : Jean-Pierre Jeunet Dialogue : Jacques Prévert Animation : Romain Segaud Creatures: Jean-Pierre Jeunet, Inspired by Jephan de Villiers work of art Music : Raphaël Beau Line Producer : Emmanuelle Sterpin, Marjorie Orth Photographer : Elske Koelstra Head Film Editor : Julien Lecat Sound Recordist : Julien Lecat Sound Effects Editor : Sélim Azazi Re recording Mixer : Vincent Arnardi Colorist : Didier Lefouest English Translation: Victoria Britten Cast : Sarah Bauer, Jean-Pierre Becker, Dominique Bettenfeld, Urbain Cancelier, Clovis Cornillac, Lorànt Deutsch, Jean-Claude Dreyfus, Albert Dupontel, Marina Fois, Youssef Hajdi, Irène Jacob, Mathieu Kassovitz, Jérôme Kircher, Nicolas Marié, Jean-Pierre Marielle, Laure Marsac, Serge Merlin, Yolande Moreau, Chantal Neuwirth, Patrick Paroux, Claude Perron, Ludovic Pinette, Dominique Pinon, Audrey Tautou, Florence Thomassin, Juliette Wiatr Distributor : La maison du Film Court English Translation : For a dead leaf's funeral Two snails set off They've blacked up their shells Put black bands on their horns They set off in the evening A lovely autumn eve Alas, when they arrive Spring has already come The leaves, which were dead Have all come back to life And the two snails Are very downhearted But out comes the sun And the sun says to them Take, take the trouble The trouble to sit down Take a glass of beer If that's what you fancy Take, if you'd like to The coach up to Paris It's leaving tonight You'll see the world But don't wear mourning You mark my words It makes you look ugly And blacks out your eyes All this coffin business Is grim and not nice Take back your colours The colours of life And then all the animals Trees and plants too Break out into song And sing loud and true They sing the song of life The song of summer And they all have a drink And their glasses they clink It's a beautiful evening A lovely summer's eve And so our two snails Back for home they leave They leave full of emotion They leave full of joy And they leave full of beer So they stumble and swoon But up in the sky Looking down is the moon
Imbued with mystery, soul-searching and sly humour, Atelier tells the story of a woman seeking peace and quiet at a modern studio utopia. Her stay is jarringly interrupted by a sound artist while mysterious sheep close in on the house. Written and directed by Elsa María Jakobsdóttir Starring Her - Rosalinde Mynster Woman in basement - Anna Rothlin Driver - Oscar Töringe Woman on telephone - Marijana Jankovic Producer - Anna Malmkjær Willumsen Editor - Mark Bukdahl Sound Designer - Toke Gelardi Rønsholdt Cinematographer - Annika Aschberg Production Designer - Josefine Else Larsen Costumes & Make up - Ellen Loftsdottir Featuring music by Hildur Guðnadóttir, Ryuichi Sakamoto & Alva Noto Original music by Johan Carøe The film was shot at Kuben on Furillen in Gotland, Sweden in October 2016. The project was supported by Mikael Blomqvist, Johan Hellström and Film på Gotland. Atelier is a graduation film from The National Film School of Denmark. AWARDS: Edda Award for Best Icelandic Short Film 2018. The Icelandic Film and TV Academy. Angers Student Award at 30th Angers Premiers Plans, Angers, France 2018. Student award for Best Directing and Best Sound Design at 31st Amandus Internasjonale Studentfilmfestival, Lillehammer, 2018. Best Icelandic Short Film at Reykjavík International Film Festival, Iceland 2017. OFFICIAL SELECTION: 52nd Karlovy Vary International Film Festival. Czech Republic. Selected by the European Film Promotion for Future Frames: Ten New Filmmakers to Follow. 27th Aspen Shortsfest, USA The Norwegian International Film Festival Haugesund, Norway. Next Nordic Generation. 30th Helsinki International Film Festival - Love and Anarchy, Finland Northern Wave Film Festival, Iceland Super8000 Film Festival Århus, Denmark Arctic Moving Image & Film Festival, Norway 28th Stockholm International Film Festival 47th Alcine Festival de Cine de Alcalá de Henares, Madrid Black Canvas Festival de Cine Contemporaneo, Mexico Minimalen Short Film Festival, Throndheim, Norway Aswan International Women Film Festival, Egypt North Atlantic Film Days, Copenhagen, Denmark FEATURED ON: VARIETY CINEUROPA LE MONDE NISIMAZINE FB
When an aspiring journalist hears rumours of a tumble-drier cult on campus, he launches an investigation that quickly snowballs into a social phenomenon. Based on a true story. Official Selection: Galway Film Fleadh, LSFF, Aesthetica, This Is England, Borderlines, Short Of The Week. Starring Tom Blyth, Terry Haywood, Robert Francis-Muller, Tiger Cohen Towell, Molly Coffey, Charles Evans, Joe Stone, Bradley Badder, Lucy Manning Directed by Simon Dymond Written by Ross Sutherland Produced by Lauren Parker Executive Producer Jessica Loveland DoP - Karl Poyzer 1st Assistant Director - Laura Roe Editor - Stef Hrycyk Production Design - Luke Hicks Original Music - Jeremy Warmsley Location Sound - Adam Fletcher Colourist - Kraig Winterbottom Audio Post - Susan Pennington @Spool Post. Costume Design - Chloe Crabtree & Rebecca Fowler Hair & Make Up - Emma Roberts Production Manager - Emily Stubbs Project Mentors - Ben & Chris Blaine Created with the support of Creative England & BFI.Network. Adapted from "Are You A Member Of Wash Club?" featured on BBC Radio 4's Short Cuts & Imaginary Advice Podcasts. You can see our original crowdfunding video here - Directors Notes article about the films production - This film would not have been possible without the support of our 186 backers on
For Emmett Till, Trayvon Martin and every family denied justice A FILM BY Savanah Leaf 
 Todd Boss, Egg Creative, Claire McGirr PRODUCER Edward Freeman DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY Joel Honeywell EDITOR Pete Fullarton IN ASSOCIATION WITH Stink Films “The Ayes Have It,” a poem by Tiana Clark. ©2012 Tiana Clark. Used by permission. This poem first appeared in Raven Chronicles. STORY BY Savanah Leaf STARRING Ayesha McMahon Isiah Chambers Ajani Johnson–Goffe Olivia Bright Harry Tibble Connie Freeman Skyla Wilson Ayaana Aschkar-Stevens Mulan Itoje Pippa Christian Laurence Sessou Jason Ryall Victoria Blauss VOICEOVER ARTIST
 Malina Tirrell CASTING BY Savanah Leaf Tytiah Blake ASSISTANT DIRECTOR Sophia Dembitzer FIRST ASSISTANT CAMERA Andrew Bradley Ondrej Rybar SECOND CAMERA ASSISTANT Carmen Pellón Brussosa STEADICAM OPERATOR Jake Whitehouse CAMERA TRAINEE Kairo Jones Vivien Goddard-Stephens GAFFER Ben Miller ART DEPARTMENT Georgia Charter HAIR Susy Etionsa MAKE-UP Yvette Francesca STYLIST Sophia Dembitzer STINK FILMS ASSOCIATE PRODUCER Andrew Levene THE MILL COLOURIST Oisin O’Driscoll PRODUCER Dan Kreeger SOUND DESIGN Ben Chick FOLEY EDITOR Sophia Hardman RE-RECORDING MIXER Will Miller VOICEOVER RECORDED BY Warren Latimer VOICEOVER DIRECTED BY Alison Leaf MUSIC "_____45______" Bon Iver WRITTEN & PERFORMED BY Michael L Lewis Justin Deyarmond Edison Vernon COURTESY OF Jagjaguwar MUSICAL CONSULTANT We Are Theodore SPECIAL THANKS Stink Films The Mill Feral ProCam Panavision Ide Verde Stock Yard Connie at Merton Film Office Arnold Hattingh Bon Iver Stock Yard Clara and Michael Freeman Josh Posner Catering
This is my graduation short film "Look at Me Only" (2016). Having forgotten exciting feelings of the early days of the relationship, the man drifts along petting his guinea pig. One day he meets a beauty of flower who appreciates the pet. Director : Tomoki Misato Cast : Mizuho Misato, Yuka Tsuchida, Kotomi Mizuta, Milky(Guinea Pig), Tomoki Misato, Yumeka Oyama Stage sets Support : Kaori Yamamoto, Kino Kusachi, Saki Natori, Mikura Fukunaga, Ayumi Muramatsu, Miyoko Teramachi, Erika Nosaka, Yuriko Inoue Music : Tomoya Yomoda Sound Design : Yumeka Oyama Awards 2017.9 “ReAnima Festival” Best student film (Norway) 2017.2 “MONSTRA Lisbon Animation Festival” Best Student Film(Portugal) 2017.3 “YUBARI INTERNATIONAL FANTASTIC FILM FESTIVAL 2017” (Japan) 2016.11 “DigiCon6 ASIA Awards” Silver Best Technique (Japan) 2016.12 ”StopTrik International Film Festival 2016” (Porland) : Nagroda Jury Studenckiego 2016.10 “Kodomo Animation Festival” Jury's special award (Japan) 2016.10 “Kichijoji Animation Film Festival 2016” Grand Prix (Japan) 2016.10 “DigiCon6 JAPAN Awards” Silver (Japan) 2016.9 “Indie-AniFest 2016” Audience Choice of ASIA ROAD 'Star of Festival' (Korea) 2016.9 “Inter College Animation Festival 2016” Audience Choice Second place (Japan) 2016.8 “ASK? Film Festival” Grand Prix (Japan) 2016.7 “SKIP CITY International D-Cinema Festival 2016” Honorable Mention (Japan) 2016.5 ”Tokyo Student Film Festival” Grand Prix (Japan) 2016.4 “TOHO Cinemas Students Film Festival” Grand Prix (Japan)