A short film about crafting objects at sea, in the past with whale’s teeth and the future with caught plastic melted with a machine harnessing the sun. Gyrecraft is an exploration into maritime crafts which exists in every coastal or island culture around the world each with its own unique ide...More
"What do machines sing of?" is a fully automated machine, which endlessly sings number-one ballads from the 1990s. As the computer program performs these emotionally loaded songs, it attempts to apply the appropriate human sentiments. This behavior of the device seems to reflect a desire, on the pa...More
Meet the guys behind the 'artisanal' takeover of Jesse's deli in Boerum Hill . In a mock advertising campaign they re-branded everyday deli products with fancy names and high prices to show what the products would have to cost if Jesse's deli adhere to the 2.5% rent increase that their landlord de...More
----------------------------------------- The music in this film was composed by Kerry Muzzey and is a track called The Secret History from the album The Architect. Please consider purchasing this album over on iTunes: http://bit.ly/PAT_MO I am forever in Kerry's debt for his kindness and ge...More
The O’Neill UNREASONABLE film festival continues with film no. 4 "Waveform" from award-winning artist Stefan Nadelman from Portland, USA. Immerse yourself in fast-paced surfing sequences full of action, color, and fluid motion that expose waveforms in a new light.
Antarctica. But something isn’t quite right here. See if you can spot what it is... Filmed on the Antarctica Peninsula in December 2014, Upon Reflection uses a variety of film and duration techniques to achieve a mesmerizing optical effect — Antarctica like you’ve never seen it. Camera: ...More