Black Nights Comedy
Every single joke, quip or pun holds a grain of someone’s truth. Although we live at a time where no truths – save death and taxes – are considered absolute, they run the risk of rubbing someone the wrong way. Public discussions about political correctness have become commonplace, and cynics call it the end of humour.
We believe reports about the end of humour are greatly exaggerated. Our world and the human experience are simply too strange. It doesn’t matter if you’re a misanthropic train operator, a chain-smoking mermaid or an astronaut facing an Icelandic farmer.
The authors of these films sense this existential absurdity sharply and are not afraid to laugh at it. Even if the joke is as dark as the night.
Metrois a short story about the life of a train operator named Arseniy. He loves his job, but there is just one thing that keeps bothering him: passengers. One day he decides to teach them a lesson.
The Last Mermaid
A chain-smoking, middle-aged mermaid who can’t swim is forced to face her fears and get pregnant quick if she wants to save her race from extinction.
SELFIES is a firework display of grinning people who lose themselves in the abysses of human existence in a selfie race around the world.
The Rain is a simple animated film on collective consciousness. It talks about how no accountability for our actions pushes us to thoughtlessly follow the crowd, which may lead to a tragedy. The film also depicts the struggle of an individual with collective hypnosis and its consequences for both the individual and the crowd.
Dossier of the dossier
A director and the producer are working on the dossier of their film.
Don't buy milk
Don’t buy milkis a portrait of a small dairy town.
A businessman enters the elevator for another day at work...
To Plant A Flag
In preparation for the moon landing in 1969, NASA sent a team of astronaut to the lunar landscapes of Iceland. Their hi-tech training mission soon discovers what obstacles one can meet when facing an Icelandic sheep farmer.