Fast immer, manchmal oder auch ab und an gibt es hier einen Sammelpost mit allem, was es nicht zu einem eigenen Artikel gebracht hat. Das ist mal mehr, mal weniger. Mal gucken, wie’s klappt.
Wer 1971 in Münster zum Fußball ging, achtete auf gebügeltes Sakko und den perfekten Sitz der Frisur. Kunststudent Paul Winz hatte seine Kamera dabei. Die Fotos? Fantastisch.
An ongoing personal project, I envision some of my favorite films as vintage books. Not a best of list, just movies I love.
Peter Jackson’s superb recreation of the infamous lost scene.
Before TV binging was our reality, Mark Bennett obsessively memorized every detail in the 1950s television shows of his childhood. Creating detailed blueprints of classic TV homes brought Mark unexpected fame, but could not mask the dangers of living within fantasy.
Don’t set her free or she won’t let you be…
Mommy – My Wife (who works in public policy for a non-profit, has never acted before, never wants to act again and who wishes to remain anonymous)
A woman finds herself trapped in a bathroom stall by a man whose intentions are not entirely clear.
After a fatal accident turns Lisa’s life upside down, her brother embarks on a desperate mission, convinced that the only way to heal the wounds of the past is to get her to smile.
On the edge of demise, a lonely old man who prefers to be in peace is interrupted by an 8-year-old child as they both go through chemotherapy.
A noir tale in stop-motion.
Elena pays a surprise visit to her sister Vicky with the hope to reconcile with her. Instead, she finds herself trapped in an elevator with Elliot, Vicky’s fiancé, turning her visit into a complete nightmare.
A short documentary about a man who kind of won a Grammy.
A mother finds herself sinking into a domestic violent relationship, until an influx of emotions is awakened within her. ‘Influx’ is a poetic short film that sinks into the themes of domestic violence, alcoholism, and love. Inspired by Leslie Morgan Steiner’s TED talk: ‘Why domestic violence victims don’t leave’. And by the countless stories of mothers trapped in abusive relationships and the power of love for their children.
In suburban New Jersey, a young wife goes searching for her husband’s secret life, what she discovers is far more complicated than she could have possibly imagined.
Christian suspects Frankie peed in his pool.
Girl, a young teen, is perturbed at what her mother’s gardener is doing everyday, so she decides to change that.