When the neighbourhood dogcatcher William Page is found wandering the streets disorientated, he is brought back to the local police station for assistance. However the situation soon disintegrates into hell on earth.
ORACLE examines the point in a child’s life when anxiety and fear enter into their operating experience. As home renovations surround them, a boy continues his play and exploration; but the chaos of construction and the preoccupation of his parents is slowly internalized, manifesting in sleep-walking and an abstract fever dream that catapults his consciousness into adult realms of obsession and dread. ORACLE explores the intrusion of adult ideas and obsession into our minds by visually correlating innocence with awe. The film looks at the almost religious role our parents can play in their ministering of a space, and how, in some cases, a new idea may be too big for the family doctrine to contain.
Mirror Effect is an abstract experimental film. It was made in 2018 using a section of circuit bent video. Central to the film is a figure like (head and shoulders) shape that undergoes many transformations. Electronic sounds accompany these changes. Mirror Effect is a non-narrative visual/sound exploration of light and form in the presence of time. Influences include Oskar Fischinger, Jordan Belson, Hy Hirsh and other Visual Music filmmakers.
Let us tell you the true story of Dinosaurs. The one that as been hidden from us since time immemorial. Imagine a world where dinosaurs have survived, where they have evolved, even to the point of being ready to face their biggest enemy: the asteroid.
When Joy’s fairytale romance crashes and burns on the eve of her 35th birthday, the deafening TICK-TOCK of her biological clock pushes her into a series of romantic misadventures and provokes wild hallucinations. Pressures stack up against her, and everybody seems to have an opinion about what she should do with her dwindling egg count. As a last resort, she ends up at Dream Life Lab & Clinic, where an angry mob battles to get inside to see an eccentric egg freezing doctor who offers peace of mind in exchange for top dollar.
"The Annunciation" is a 2-minute experimental piece that deals with the classic biblical motif in which the angel Gabriel announces to Mary that she will conceive and be the mother of Jesus. This is one of the 14 works created in the frame of the Postkartenseminar from Wim Wenders on the Subject of "Glauben" (Faith) in the HFBK Hamburg.
What is behind the cinema screen? It is not surprising that cinema-in-the-cinema scenes are often used in horror films. For they irritate and unsettle by reminding us – the immobile viewers hidden in the cosy darkness – of our own questionable position. What if the forces of unlimited imagination penetrate through the canvas into our reality? What if the auditorium dissolves and with it the familiar laws of cinema itself? In a way never before seen, "tx-reverse" shows this collision of reality and cinema and draws its viewers into a vortex in which the familiar order of space and time seems to be suspended.