NORWAY ‘A Nordic Skater’ is a short film by Paulius Neverbickas, filmmaker with a big passion for action sports and camping in the wilderness, who’s always trying to inspire people to go outside and enjoy the beauty of nature. Exactly like in his last work featuring Per Sollerman, a photographer who has been skating on frozen lakes and fjords for the past 10 years, because: “It is rooted deep in our bones that we need to be out in the nature”. Watch this story!
NEW YORK A look at the powerful connection between a pair of outdoor ping pong tables, in the heart of New York City, and the unlikely group of people they’ve brought together, from homeless people to investment bankers to gangbangers. Rain or shine, they’ll be there. At “The Tables”. A beautiful, very beautiful, 15-minute documentary by Jon Bunning, filmmaker and art director based in Brooklyn, NY. Watch the short film here!
BRAZIL, I want you so much but I’m afraid. I love you, I desire you, but I hate you, deep down. I do not see the wonderful future that I see with you. You created this damn paradise with your debris and traumas. I do not know if my heart can handle you any longer. My Impossible Brazil. – An intense short film directed by Fabrício Brambatti // Urso Morto and produced by Iconoclast Brazil
BERLIN Thousands of pictures attached to each other create an intriguing visual insight of Berlins nights and days. Uncut and raw. Here it is, Berlin “on fire” to the rhythm of J. Bernardt in the short film directed by Patrick Pichler: “Fear And Loving Berlin”.
LONDON We would see stars mirroring in the Thames and reflecting on skyscrapers. [Here’s how, in a short and beautiful video.]
RIO DE JANEIRO “In The Eye Of The Storm” (No Olho Do Furacão) is the title of Michel de Souza’s short film-reportage, shot in the middle of the massive protest that is for days crossing streets and squares of Rio de Janeiro (#ProtestoRJ) and many other cities in Brazil (#ProtestoBR). “Watch it, share it, multiply it.”
Tiziano Russo, giovanissimo sceneggiatore e regista (ma già noto professionista, da anni collabora anche con la band Negramaro), consiglia il docufilm “Koyaanisqatsi” (1982) di Godfrey Reggio.