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A tender fairy tale about discovery and growing up, this is The Silence Beneath the Bark, Le silence sous l’écorce (2010), by Joanna Lurie. Read more about the film here.
Lurie’s previously featured work, Partir (Leaving), explores similar themes.
And on that note, be sure to watch the film short Premier Automne by French animation studio Je Regarde.
In the Inuit mythology, « Tuurngait » are the spirits that play tricks to humans. To succeed, they often adopt the physical appearance of an animal…
Adventure with an Inuit child and a wild bird in Tuurngait, an award-winning film short directed by five students from Arles’ Supinfocom in France. And if you have 3D glasses, put them on and watch this version on YouTube.
There are more great snow videos in the archives — travel through Greenland on a dog sled, sit in hot springs with Japanese Macaques, freeze boiling water in Russia, or learn how to build an Inuit igloo.
Now that mobile phones are so central to our daily lives, how can the phone booth, an increasingly obsolete and disappearing public object, serve a new, more playful function? Here’s one idea: Phone Booth Aquariums (Evasion Urbaine), installations by Benedetto Bufalino and Benoit Deseille.