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No Strings Attached- The Series

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SomewhereBlue
January 4th, 2010

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A new year brings new projects! Here is the latest film project that I have been working on with a few other fun and talented individuals.  No Strings Attached is an 8-episode dramedy that follows the up’s and down’s of city folk relationships.  [ Continue Reading ]

Steel Life

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SomewhereBlue
August 24th, 2009

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This visually compelling short film was a master thesis project by Mathieu Gerard.  The graphic animation was designed to be purely an aesthetically stimulating visual piece of art.  See the video after the continuation.  When he showed the clip to… [ Continue Reading ]

Worm Carnevale does Short Films

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MiMo
July 20th, 2009
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We introduced you to Worm Carnevale back in January and his photography. Since then we kept in touch with the artist and once again, we are happy to show you another side of Worm which is so worth checking out, short films. In late 2008 Worm Carnevale began filming shorts utilizing only [ Continue Reading ]

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Baptized Gary

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SomewhereBlue
March 4th, 2009

Baptized Gary is a lovely animated short film about a boy and his school boy crush on a girl.  The tale twists as [ Continue Reading ]

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We Have Decided Not to Die

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snowisnow
March 3rd, 2009
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Given the eerie music and number of pale, pasty people moving about in spastic fits it would be easy to mistake the short film We Have Decided Not to Die for a remake of some Japanese horror film. Director Daniel Askill actually,however, intends for the work to serve as a sort of visual [ Continue Reading ]