Do we want to shoot a short film? There must be four things in it and we need a fairytale uncle as well. Turning short films is like magic, just different.
"Today is a special day. The day I realized something really important." Today, friends are invited to a small party. Friends?
When trying to drink away a heartbreak, strange things happen at night, that one doesn’t remember the next day.
The film portrays eight men who are serving long prison sentences and attempts to how a differentiated image of the inmates. Centered on full frontal views and direct contact with the camera, the men talk about their lives in physical and visual isolation. Animations, conceived of by the inmates themselves, form a second level of the film. The animations depict remote and utopic places as well as the very realistic social backgrounds of the protagonists.
We are very pleased to present M2 and his music clip "Bomb Bass Not Bombs", taken from his debut single of the same name. We hope you all have fun while watching. And of course, you should take M2 serious. You just have to look around. In your family, in your street, in your city. The world is changing. It happens. It depends on you.
Come Down is a dystopian science fiction short film set in a futuristic city constantly consumed by rave music.
Everyday life is a monotonous, never ending bender. The streets covered with thumping speakers, neon lights and tough, authoritarian law enforcement.
The citizens of the city are encouraged to continually take psychoactive substances, something heavily regulated.
The most illegal object to have in your possession? Headphones, or any paraphernalia that can block out sound and give you peace.
Joe is an inhabitant of the city, stumbling through its repetitive drug and music drenched routine. He is in a relationship with Ja, worried that her secretive use of headphones to drown out the sounds of the world that overwhelms them will put them at risk.
„Jenny’s“ gang won’t go on just watching: Refugees fenced in, in camps along the closed up borders of Europe. But when “Jenny’s” dad finds out about her militant ambitions, he has to confront himself with his own past. The alias “Jenny” belongs without doubt to the young activist. But the seemingly clear association becomes more and more ambiguous, the more endangered it gets for everyone concerned.
A story between love and betrayal, hope and resignation, resistance and friendship.