Darren A. Furniss
Jingle Bells Motherf**ckers! During an annual Christmas office party, Office workers Stan, Peggy & Richard; three unlikely heroes, find themselves fighting for their lives when their building becomes overrun by a horde of sharped toothed Creatures hungry for human flesh . . . But these Creatures just picked the wrong party to crash. Armed with only office supplies, the trio must work together if they’re going to survive. Who said those team-building weekends wouldn’t come in handy? Paying homage to 1980s creature features, SHREDDERS is a blend of action, horror and hilarious comedy; dripping in neon and synth.
Home Truths: Stories From The Housing Crisis
Ireland is now one of the richest countries in the world. Despite this, the country has been afflicted by a chronic shortage of housing with sky-high rents, overcrowded properties, and the constant dread of eviction being the norm for thousands of people. The epi-centre of the crisis has been the capital Dublin. This short film features actors recounting harrowing true stories taken from interviews with victims of the crisis. This film was made to raise awareness for anyone in Ireland who may still be unaware of the level of human suffering being caused by the crisis. Please like and share the video if you've been affected by any of the issues it raises. Visit the original blog that inspired the film on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/hometruthsire Featuring the voices of Eamonn Dillon, Aaron Flood, Brid Flood, Barry John Kinsella, Valeria Navarro, Gulsah Erdic and Adam Carolan. Cinematography by Jake Pickulinski and Michael Mrotzek. Sound by Brian Dillon with music by Muniba Sadiq. Edited by Guilherme Novello and Gerhard Nell. Produced and Directed by Eamonn Dillon.
Directed by Jessie II Lopez
Memories they come and go. There are memories that we cherish and some that we lose sight of. We long for that feeling, but bit by bit we soon forget. The unreliability of a memory, isn't that enough? 'Some Days' explores a non-linear narrative about facing ourselves and our memories through the use various mixed media styles and techniques. Some days we long for broken fragments, as we fear that it no longer contains the connection that was once there. But in the end we realise that these fragments will always be a part of us and the feeling might not be the same but it still holds a special place within us.
Mitten crabs have long been viewed as an environmental index for assessing the ecological state of rivers and streams in taiwan. the species has a unique spawning migration pattern, the species has seen a gradual decline in population over the past few decades, mainly attributed to overharvesting and pollution. as a result, their existence has also faded away in the popular consciousness. the narrative for the video comes from the director's childhood memories. it starts in the streets under an overpass, where mitten crabs are being sold by a vendor with red lanterns lining his stand. two mitten crabs suddenly jump out of captivity and escape into the nearby sewers. as the crabs make their way into the city's dark underbelly of water ways, they embark upon a voyage of spawning migration. they cross a terrain of cracked soil before finally reach the deep and enchanting ocean. the video combines both camera shot footage and animation, giving the audience a glimpse of the magnificence of the locales that are often overlooked by humans, through the perspective of the video's eight-legged protagonists. throughout the video, the plot and details weave a narrative that illustrates the infinite metaphors and imagination projected onto life itself.