Bombarded by the psychological and physical intensity of a battle fought between desperate soldiers during the first world war, we are thrown into the numbing futility of war, the agony of conflict and survival, the discovery of brotherhood, and the madness of it all. Each frame of this animated live action piece reveals its own painful yet detailed history.
A triptych of media over time turns into a stunning journey of discovery as a photographic landscape scenario becomes animated to the rhythm of chirping crickets hopping back and forth between the filmic medium and the digital.
Since she has been alone for a very long time and there’s simply no one else, she might as well live on the moon.
The word ’zounk’ is Austrian slang for ’drugged-up’. Pulsating shapes and colours together with music by broken.heart.collector continue the legacy of Visual Music for that drugged-up feeling.
A techno-opera in which a janitor transforms himself into a spaceman and ends up sucked into a space void where he is embraced by a giant octopus.
In this sequel to their famous ode to all youtubers and vbloggers, August and his mom take to the street. There, they run into the biggest, boldest, and sexiest operatic flashmob ever witnessed!
This interpretation of musical trio Radian’s piece was in a sense composed in reverse, progressing from illustrated music to an abstract blueprint.
A rock emerges in the middle of an industrial zone in Queens, New York. Sometimes a rock is a rock, sometimes it’s more.
What do Madonna, Massive Attack, and Angela Merkel have in common? Friedrich Nietzsche, as is suggested here in the first film using Phonovision, consisting of a turntable, video mixers and vinyl.
Human beings are able to learn. So are animals. But what about plush toys? An invisible teacher tries to teach a poem by Rainer Maria Rilke to a plush toy.