Born 1980, studied art history and philosophy in Dresden, worked as production manager for documentaries, chief editor of filmgazette.de and founder of talkingshorts.com
by Laurence Boyce
An unremarkable city street and an equally unremarkable lobby for a block of flats. The pouring rain and slate greys of backstreet concrete reminding us of the drab monotony of everyday life. But …
by Bo Alfaro Decreton
Jorge Jácome presents time in an associative series of hypnotic reveries. This ode to the past is so bittersweet that we have to be repelled from it at one point.
Because of a severe famine that affects the whole country, the government is allowing non-productive citizens to be eaten.