William Williamson‘s The Silent Conversation is a montage of powerful images and self portraits that speak about the state of individualism in a country that’s been shaped by its long history of war and violence such as Pakistan.
The short documentary weaves the stories of real people and how each of them breaks free from the cultural or ideological bondage set by their society through their clothes.
The Garden of Steven transports our melancholic and spirituality sensibility to Antigua, Guatemala, where we meet Steven Crosby, a small-town missionary who attempts to convert many locals with the good news through religious comic books and poor Spanish skills. However, during his journey, he stumbles upon the lowest road to salvation with the help of a little Mayan girl, a beautiful bartender, and a saint with a cigar—Maximon.
Monsieur COK discusses the dimension of capitalism and human workforce with gorgeous visuals and unique style.
Created by Franck Dion and produced under PAPY3D productions, Monsieur COK follows the story of Mister Cok, an owner of a large bomb factory who in an attempt for efficiency, decides to replace his human workers with robots. Helpless of their fate, the workers let Mister Cok discard and ship them out. However, one worker from the group does not accept the situation and stands up.
Take a break and treat yourself with a visual gem in Elefante, written and directed by Pablo Lacruen.
Spanning for over nine minutes, the short film tells the story of a family man, who has lived a sad and monotonous life consisting of a cheating wife, children who does not talk to him anymore, and a boring nine-to-five desk job. But everything will change when he is diagnosed with a very rare disease, where his human body will slowly change into an elephant.
Some call him an “online crusader” (SFGate) others point that unlike “so many Silicon Valley billionaires who blithely state their desire to change the world” he always meant it and truly did. (Forbes)
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