During office hours it is mandatory to wear a face mask. But to eat her irresistible salty sticks, Nina needs to take off her mask, even if her colleagues resent that a lot…
Synopsis: This short film examines how transhumanism and electronic recycling intersect, based on testimonies from workers and robots. Using the tools of science fiction and improvisation, the diptych reveals the links between our collective imaginations of the future(s) and the
When a girl playfully responds to a mysterious post-it note, she finds herself unable to escape the conversation she began…
Synopsis: This short film follows a group of young people living in hiding, addressing issues such as surveillance, facial recognition and the right to privacy.
In 2020-2021, Kendra McLaughlin and Felipe Esparza worked on a workshop to produce a short film with two classes from
The COVID scars go beyond the skin.
A “scary” horror scene filled with horror stereotypes, with a different kind of “fear”
Kids in the Frooom! film school wrote, filmed and acted in their own story called Duel. Since the beginning of history this sort of dispute solving was popular – from swords to florets, from muskets to pistols. Even today this is not a yet abandoned practice to solve quarrels.
George is a boy who is different from the others. While he enjoys expressing his individuality, he finds himself being forced to conform. His usual colorfulness is replaced with shades of black. Will he break free from the norm or will he remain an average citizen? What does it m