Behold the Interstellar restaurant created as part of
the Millesime Mexico 2019 haute cuisine festival at Mexico City’s Centro Citibanamex, partly inspired by the film of the same name and designed by Almazán y Arquitectos Asociados, Concepto Taller de Arquitectura and Pin Studio.
The bookcase and suspended books reference one scene from the movie while the black interior and mirrored tables reflect 250,000 LED ‘stars’.
Parallel dimensions imagined (using paint, ink, oil, soap, but no GGI or digital effects) inside the human eye by motion artist
An atmospheric short by Paris-based
Insolence Productions contrasting the skill of professional chefs with the visceral majesty of raw ingredients and the brutal unrelenting pressures of work in a commercial kitchen.
A well illustrated homage to the undisputed
grand-master of the comedic pause by video editor Rishi Kaneria.
An epilogue to Stanley Kubrick’s ‘2001: A Space Odyssey’ by cinematographer and VFX director Steve Begg.
We pick up 203 years after the events of the film as the floating body of Dr Frank Poole encounters a monolith.
A very impressive 15 minute short by Australian director Christopher Weekes, featuring Rose Byrne and Bobby Cannavale, blending live action with seamless VFX and puppetry to tell a dark tale of identity, discrimination and ultimately, self acceptance.
It’s not Sesame-Street.
An entertaining short by Seth Porges and Chris Charles telling the true story of New Jersey’s huge, poorly managed and extremely dangerous Action Park, aka ‘Traction Park’, aka ‘Class Action Park’.
The 20 year heyday of the park was the subject of Johnny Knoxville’s semi fictitious tribute film ‘Action Point’ and Matt Robertson’s 2013 documentary, which inspired it: ‘The Most Insane Amusement Park Ever’.
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