Simple concept that can only end one way, but the tension it sustains is incredible.
Got a nice treat for you today. In MOTHER DIED, a short film, a girl watches her mother die and prepares to become a woman in a dying world.
Space may be a vacuum, but it can still transmit sound in the form of electromagnetic vibrations. NASA recorded these vibrations and translated them into sounds we can hear. Here’s the result.
Stanley Kubrick wasn’t far off in SPACE ODYSSEY 2001. The NASA-recorded space sounds instantly reminded me of the Requiem for Soprano, Mezzo-Soprano he used for his film:
Great little French zombie short about a clown who wakes up from the dead, starring the great Dominique Pinon (CITY OF LOST CHILDREN, DELICATESSEN and others).