this short story portrays how media and news quickly travel and invoke emotions on a large scale, panic in this case.
Tunupa is a short film without dialogue that follows two characters’ overlapping story lines from different centuries. It is filled with constants and symbolism dealing with cycles of cataclysm, the beauty of nature, and the everlasting human experience. (Original audio and video).
“So why don’t you just open the door and come out?”
Mandy has been sitting in their boiler closet for a rather long time. The pipes are blisteirng hot, the dust is making their eyes water and they haven’t been on a date in months. And still, they sit. What – or who – could be stopping them from leaving? Sometimes, our mechanisms for self-preservation can be dangerously insidious.
Keeping Watch is the third short film by drag and performance artist Mandy Sweats. Inspired by abusrdist theatre from the likes of Samuel Beckett and Edward Albee, it is a sombre, scary and yet ultimately uplifting depiction of stagnation, resistance and growth.
Created entirley by the artist. Camera used is the Sony A6000.
In a cyberpunk style world Two drunk robots find a bungee jumping platform on top of a skyscraper.
Drunk as the buddies are, they are unable to think of the consequences their actions have. So one of them takes the risk and jumps into the seemingly endless death drop.
From the view point of the waiting robot we see that the rope strains. When his friend gets back up again we see the awful result.
At first the robot is shocked. But he will find a way to save his buddy.