Dir: Richard Penfold & Samuel Hearn
Ben 39, Leo, castrated mongrel needs love, G.S.O.H essential.
Audience Award - 1st International Dog Film Festival, USA 2005
Jury Award - 1st International Dog Film Festival, USA 2005
Audience Award - The Blue Room, Edinburgh 2005
Audience Award - Halloween / Commonwealth, Manchester 2005
ITV WEST Award for 'Outstanding Talent' - Brief Encounters 2004
UK Film Council Audience Award - Brief Encounters 2004
Festivals - Over 50 Including
1st New Montreal Film Fest
Super Shorts Film Festival
Rushes Film Festival
Brisbane Film Festival
Los Angeles Film Festival
34th International Rotterdam Film Festival
9th Kinofilm International Short Film Festival
1st Annual International Dog Film Festival
Portland International Film Festival
Brief Encounters International Film Festival
The Joy Of 8mm
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Up on the liftlux checking the installation in the ZKM.
Rainer Kehres & Sebastian Hungerer
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"[..] In 1844, Samuel Morse invented Morse code, enabling people to communicate instantly over long distances [..] A few years later, a teenage girl called Kate Fox in Rochester, New York began communicating with the spirit of a murdered peddlar by rapping on the walls of her house, using her own crude alphanumerical system, a kind of "folk" appropriation of Morse code. [..] Her psychic activities caused a sensation parallel to the telegraph, sparking the New American Spiritualist Movement, which is still in existence today." (Oursler in Neri, 2001)
source: The Presence Project: Tony Oursler, 22/09/2006
Psychic and metaphysic contacts in relation to history of telecommunications inspire Tony Oursler to create Influence Machine (2000). Oursler uses video projections of figures such as the Fox sisters or ghosts, telling stories form another spatiotemporal dimension, onto trees and smoke.
tr@nsfer is a reference on Tony Ourslers work.
Forests and trees, as a space of ghosts appearance, are becoming a space of
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Living In The Dark
By Thomas Leung
A young man remembers a childhood with a blind father and his own temporary sightlessness.
Atom Awards, Australia, 2006 - Best Tertiary Animation
Victorian Student Animation Festival 2005 - Winner of Best Production Design
Winner of Best Film
5th Bondi Shortfilm Festival - Winner of Winner of Best Cinematography
Tehran International Animation Festival
Australian International Animation Film Festival
Melbourne International Arts Festival
IFVA, Hong Kong
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