Various exercises with moving images: video art, animation, music videos and so on.
Sorted by an order,which definitely has some inner logic.
by Various Authors
A collective video diary by members and friends of 56 Stuff: small bits of real-life documentation are combined with each other in quite an erratic manner.
by Ami Lindholm
A number of entries from the animated diary by the animator who is highly interested in a creative process. A witty and elegant vizualization of highs and lows in an artist’s life.
Two creatures meet in sea waters, and the communication process adds a new color to their existence. Moving shapes and textures from old magazines help us to see how this happens.
A true story of a brave man who started to perform impossible karaoke and by the end of it totally won the party.
by Alica Gurinová
A first-person animated music video that encourages us to keep moving.
by Anton Drozdov
Visual impressions by a cinematographer from the city of Varanasi, a place with a really strong vigour.
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Mocking the video tutorial genre while following common practices of implementation, the content is absurd.
Turning an ordinary journey from one location to another into something else with the help of a German-speaking GPS navigator.
A pseudosilent quaziblack-and-white drama about a brain, which was shot for our Glambrainwow event. It has an unpretentious plot, evident morality and straightforward metaphor.
Some of daily goods leave cooking tables, newspaper racks, pockets and grocery stores and start to dance in outer space.
by Dmitry Slusarchuk
In this one Yellowhead is dealing with aggressive acts: he shows temper, bangs the table with a fist, yells and swings his arms.
Indeed is about nothing, in other words about life. As a human life it’s not funny, very short, rash and chaotic.
Also we’ve got a couple of video reports from our events.
by Alexandra Uvarova
One and a half a minute of a pure disco-positive (here disco goes after disc of vinyl record, not after the music style).
The visual divertissement, created to exhort the viewer to sublimate winter melancholy beforehand and not to be anxious during long winter months.
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