An experimental film that comments on the construction of psychological distortion as an entanglement of both positive and traumatic and, nonetheless, formative experiences of one’s life and their environment.
A young heir to a dictatorship navigates an isolated world of power and control. A solitary gesture of peace leads to tragic revelations in this stark allegory of inherited violence and the urgent need for empathy.
A reflection on experiences as a woman and cultural commentary on stereotypical portrayals of women in film. Inspired by film noir, Andy Warhol’s Screen Tests and Joseph Cornell’s The Midnight Party. The film explores female representations using unique imagery and symbolism.
The only thing Gab loves more than a hot chip is a whole basket full of crispy, steamy, salty hot chips. But Gab is not the only one. On the perilous road to hot chip heaven, our hero must face a ravenous, grey-feathered foe. The stage is set for a brutal battle of child against beast. When the chips are down, the chips get hot.