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Film Weekend Day 2
Zealous X Film
10:30 - 20:00
Come and experience a varied selection of short movies, from animation to abstract, to video installations and music videos. Short movies will be played throughout the day on a loop (90mins of short movies, followed by a 30min break).
Inspired by Toogood 002 clothing Collection, ‘One Day’ follows two workers in search of individuality in a mysterious pagan-like Blue World. Constrained in a monotonous culture and the overshadowing power of the idols, the protagonists’ contained emotions inevitably explode.
Trapped by his own guilty conscience, Patrick falls into a dark, surreal world where he must confront the truth about a heinous crime he may or may not have committed. The truth could save him or condemn him to everlasting misery.
'Orpheus the penguin'
A loose adaptation of the Greek myth of Orpheus and Eurydice, where Orpheus the penguin goes on a search for his lost mate. This film was fully animated with watercolours, and then composited in After Effects.
'Clock - Piano'
A stop motion film about an alcoholic failure of a piano tuner whose addiction is enabled by his employer who is in love with him, and knows he will fail, this is done so she can be close to him.
Every day, Geoff – the Sandyman – heads to his strip of beach. He spends three hours or more a day, sometimes in unbearable heat, crafting a design in the sand, only for it to be washed away once the tide comes in.
'Turbulence in the chamber'
What is ‘The Cloud’ and how is it affecting our lives? The People’s Cloud is a project investigating the acoustic ecology and impact of cloud computing on the lives of those who use it, the places it is physically located in and the people who work to maintain it.
A simulacra of nature. “Today abstraction is no longer that of the map, the double, the mirror, or the concept. Simulation is no longer that of a territory, a referential being, or a substance. It is the generation by models of a real without origin or reality: a hyperreal.
A short film that tells a fantastical tale of a beautiful couple in beautiful surroundings – it should have been the start of the ultimate love story. But a romantic meal turns dark when they discover a hidden mirror which shows their true reflection.
Ghazala is the story of a snail shell and of its power over the potter whose living depends on it, his daughter who has longed for it and the young boy who finds it.
'Most shocking second a day video'
'Tea for two'
An ailing grump, Jim and his eccentric but loving wife, Alice anxiously await customers in an idyllic, but very quiet, village teashop. As time ticks deeper into the lunch hour, the elderly couple grows increasingly concerned by the empty chairs and tables they’re desperate to fill. However, when a couple of unsuspecting customers eventually walk through the door, they find themselves greeted with a far from normal service – and a lot more than a pot of tea and slice of cake gets served.
'Tomorrow at noon'
The Future. 99% of humanity connect to the cloud via brain chips, yet the 1% are forgotten in this perfect world. But tomorrow, at noon, a terrorist network will hack the cloud, and humanity itself. This film entirely made in just 48 hours for Sci-Fi London’s 2014 challenge.
'Experiments with Noise No. 3 'Vivarta''
Reflecting on colour, the anthropology of noise, our perception of listening, the film alludes to early optical film experiments with sound and visuals, sometimes called ‘colour music’ and plays with the experience of a persistence of vision.