Armenia, 1979. Mountains, sun, beautiful green meadows and a holiday feeling. After a funny episode at school, the girls Narine and Manyunya become best friends. Very quickly, funny relatives of the main characters appear in the frame. Ba, the grandmother of Manyuni, stands out in particular. Narine was very afraid of a strict woman, but during their acquaintance it turned out that Ba bakes cookies that melt in your mouth and a delicious apple pie. Fidget girls are waiting for a lot of funny adventures.
One of the days the King of Armenia Varazdat receives an invitation from Greece, asking him to send the best boxer of the country to compete in the Olympic Games in Greece. Inspired by his athlete's past, the King decides to personally travel to Greece to participate in the Olympics. The royal family joins in.
Allison is a disillusioned teen who is given technology to see her past memories by a counselor to help with her mental health issues. Allison has a best friend who has grown distant lately, and she tries to tackle a deteriorating mental state, friendship, and the loss of her childhood. As she spends more of her time in her memories, she uncovers a trauma which has been stirring for some time.
This documentary interviews the son of a former chief minister, who was a member of ex-Prime Minister Saddam Hussein's inner circle. It also has interviews British politicians about their thought of the Iraq War. Lasting from 2003 to 2011, The Second Persian Gulf War, also known as the Iraq War, was a largely U.S.-British invasion of Iraq, on the pretext that dictator Saddam Hussein was building weapons of mass destruction.
The short film "dollhouse" was completed exclusively through editing preexisted images and sounds, which have been picked up mostly by narrative and documentary films and YouTube videos, such as music videos, recordings of plastic surgeries and reportages, while the audio file was constructed heavily from industrial sounds. Its central theme concerns the predetermined beauty standards which are imposed by the western society on women. A fundamental aesthetic and thematic purpose of the film is the provocation of intense, disturbing and shocking feelings through the graphic images, the inconvenient sounds and the audiovisual repetitions.
Suffering from deep sadness, the young K. tries for another night to get out of a magnifying glass, where the dream is mixed with reality and the fantasy with the nightmare. An exercise in three parts on the attraction of inertia and the terror of liquidity. A study in grief.
One winter afternoon, two brothers visit the grave of their beloved grandmother for the first time. In front of the view of the tomb and the abrupt contact with the loss, the brothers discover, in a snowy landscape, the paradoxical ways in which mourning can be expressed.
Based on the book: "Bobby The Blessed and the other American" (2015) by Emil Andreev. Pure love, priceless medicine and a accidental meeting with the future president of the USA - John Kennedy change the life of a man. Bombardment in Sofia during 1944 make him lose his mind, but he saves his innocent soul.
After the loss of his beloved Eurydice, Orpheus tries to meet her again and keep her memory through his dreams. Soon the wishes and his fears will come alive as he is trapped on a journey between a dream and reality and the fine line between the two worlds will fade.
It was starting to feel like this day would never come but here we are, and we’re beyond stoked to finally bring you Much Quiet, the Sirus F Gahan video, which succeeded in bringing together Vans’ eclectic cast of 20+ London and Paris based riders. Sirus was of course assisted in his filming duties by 5T‘s Elliot Bonnabel, Austin Bristow and countless others, Sam Ashley, Alex Pires and Rafal Wojnowski joined some of the missions to shoot stills for the mag, and you can read all about this collaborative project in our interview with Helena Long. Much Quiet features Danny Brady, Rory Milanes, Oscar Candon, Val Bauer, Helena Long, Sam Sitayeb, Dustin Dollin, William Moneris, Nico Gisonno, Sam Partaix, Quentin Boillon, Lilian Fev, Alix Malnati, Alexey Krasniy, Jeanne Duval, Daryl Dominguez, Tom Delion, Conor Charleson, Chris Oliver, Jake Church, Curtis Pearl, Marca Barbier and Joseph Biais.