Filmmaker Sophie Black talks about how she created a narrative about a close relationship without relying on dialogue in her film, Ashes.
Monthly Archives: March, 2013
Sightseers is Bonnie and Clyde through a tea strainer, celebrating the ethereal, misty pulchritude of the British countryside with a deep, black humour.
No is a stylised, comic take on the advertising campaign for the 1988 Chile referendum that was supposed to “elect” General Pinochet to another eight years.
Vésuves is an elegant, ambiguous, slightly horrifying short animation about a window cleaner who happens upon a woman in her underwear. Things get pretty strange.