We speak to Petter Holmsen about deploying a top down view to depict the ups and downs of a woman's love life in charming, bittersweet drama 'Deb in Bed'.
Henry K. Norvalls Foresees an Indifferent World of Automation in Suburban Dystopia Short ‘Life Goes On’
Henry K. Norvalls takes us through the gadget's eye view of automated perfection he adopted for his worrisome very near future short 'Life Goes On'.
André Chocron and London Grammar join forces for a mightily impressive video to accompany the group’s soulful cover of Kavinsky’s Nightcall.
Written and directed by Alexander Vestnes & Ola Martin Fjeld, The Explorer (Oppdageren) is a tale of youthful obsession and annoying younger brothers. Centring around a teenager’s complex plan to spy on his pretty neighbour, this Norwegian film may only be brief, but the payoff is great.
We’ve enjoyed watching André Chocron play with time for Mikhael Paskalev and track through strange situations for Cold Mailman. Now he plays with slow motion acrobatics, shooting 18 seconds at 300fps in the one shot Havoc promo for While You Slept. And now take at look at how he did it:
Norwegian director André Chocron tracks through an impressively strange series of situations in My Recurring Dream for Cold Mailman.
Kristoffer Borgli’s promos are becoming increasingly narrative in nature (Whateverest, Real Life Exp.) with the featured tracks sinking to background levels as the stories pull you in. His latest piece for Young Dreams’ First Days of Something features a guy living in a disconnected headphone bubble, trying to find his place in his surroundings.
We’re hoping to make 2013 the year of Kristoffer Borgli by posting at least one new film from the director each month. Well hot on the heels of Whateverest we’re right on track with Real Life Exp.; Kristoffer’s collaboration with Norwegian producer Lindstrøm, which sees Emma Aars (who was the solid centre of Syndromes) and …
When we spoke to Kristoffer Borgli at the end of 2011 he told us that while features could wait, he did want to create more short films. So we’ve been looking forward to his award winning documentary – or is the fantastically entertaining Inspector Norse a fiction? – Whateverest hitting the web. It was well …
Risky Business meets some pretty impressive time remapping trickery in André Chocron’s Red Epic shot promo for Mikhael Paskalev’s I Spy.
A stop-motion animation piece from Denise Hauser created to introduce Oslo based fashion designer Mari Melilot’s graduation collection.
Burning people at the stake isn’t the most conventional subject for a jewellery advert and whilst Matias & Mathias’ promo for Bjorg Jewellery might not have you running out to buy jewellery, its striking imagery and strong storyline mean it’s certainly not an advert you’re going to forget any time soon.