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The tragic myth of the Sun God’s son – Iseult Gillespie

Dive into the Greek myth of Helios and Phaethon, where the Sun God allows his mortal son to drive his chariot for a day. — Every morning, Helios unleashed his golden chariot, and set out across the sky. As the … Continue reading

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“You realize this is a pretty serious situation, right?” After an unfortunate incident, a young high schooler must complete a drug and alcohol abuse evaluation. Official Selection: Vimeo Staff Pick Boom TV Film Shortage Beyond the Short Davey Fest Greenpoint … Continue reading

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The Sweet Burger! 🍔 | Amaury Guichon

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Quarter Life Poetry on Emailing the Boss

WATCH more Quarter Life Poetry videos on: quarterlifepoetry.com Follow @quarterlifepoetry on Instagram Created/Written by Samantha Jayne Directed by Arturo Perez Jr. Produced by Alex D. Sanchez Director of Photography Drew Daniels Production Designer Jonathan Bell Costume Designer Sarah Kinsumba Editor … Continue reading

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Patrick Corillon – Creative Folkestone Triennial

Patrick Corillon’s series of five sculptural relic-boxes have been inspired by a group of local residents. The boxes and relics refer to children’s games and to St. Eanswythe herself – the patron saint of Folkestone who is said to have … Continue reading

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Short Documentary: Inga “Through her memoirs, Inga reflects about love, old age and death. We are invited into her home, as she doing her morning rituals and baths in the cold lake. The short portrait shows in artistic and intimate … Continue reading

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Mia takes her sister Squeeze to walk their dog in the fields near their home. The landscape begins to morph around them, tricking them and introducing Mia to a strange man lurking at the edge of a dark wood. Cast … Continue reading

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THE HUNGER – an award-winning sci-fi short film

From the store to the kitchen. In an instant. The era of shopping by particle transfer has arrived. Place a simple online order and tomatoes, radishes, cucumbers and other fresh produce will appear in your counter-top appliance in seconds. But … Continue reading

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Across the Bay Area, illuminated windows reveal volunteers for Exhale, a hotline for people seeking help in processing their abortion experiences. In the still of night, these volunteers lend an ear to those who need it. Directed by: Jessie Zinn … Continue reading

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