Donnie Darko – 8 Bit Cinema

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CineFix presents Donnie Darko retold via old-school 8-bit (and a little 16 bit ;) game tech.

“Living Moments” – NYC streets frozen in time

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“Living Moments” examines everyday life in NYC, frozen in revolving time. Created by Paul Trillo

Fairy tales

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by James Bort. The FLEXIBLE ARCHITECTURE by S+ARCK ADV campaign is designed by its creator Philippe Starck

La Gemela

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Two best friends reunite for a single weekend after spending years apart, and one of them struggles with how much the other has… changed. Created by Megan Ruiz

“BUTTS”

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This made me laugh “‘BUTTS’ is a profound 3D animated cartoon about anxiety, depression, and lending a hand to those in need. Perhaps the most important film of the decade, ‘BUTTS’ is a reminder that no matter how strange something may seem, people can still make a difference in their own unique and beautiful way.” -some super important idiot. Created by Tyler Hurd

Freewill

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A film by Quentin Pointillart

Phone Home

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The first man on Mars makes an historic phone call. Created by The Brothers McLeod

David Bowie on Stardust

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“I never really felt like a rock singer or a rock star. I always felt a little bit out of my element”- David Bowie. The latest installment of Blank on Blank.

Dude looks like a lady

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Cross-dressing men in cinema. A supercut by ClaraDarko

PARADE

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A love story about shapes, colours, invisibility and imagination. Created by Pierre-Emmanuel Lyet

LOOP

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An experimental animation by Mayki

The Beast Inside

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Told through the power of spoken word rap and illustrated with hand-drawn animations and a muted warm color palette, a teen in a homeless family describes his challenges and celebrates the triumph of his creative self. This film was created as part of the Seattle University Film & Family Homelessness initiative. Directed by Drew Christie and Amy Enser

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