Experimental Films / Cannes International Film Week

Experimental Films / Cannes International Film Week

The Cannes International Film Week is an online streaming film festival meant to showcase innovative world cinema from around the world by up-and-coming artists.

Experimental Films / Cannes International Film Week
  • The Dream Machine (France) by Michael William West

    A woman experiments with a Dream Machine, hoping to escape trouble. Within the light and dark of the machine, violent emotions awaken.
    Running Time: 00:09:29

  • Adieu, Corpus! (Ukraine) by Alexander Isaenko

    'Adieu, Corpus' is a short film about versatility of human body. Body is the flesh, the corpus, the frame for organs, the assembly of limbs, the collection of rules, and the limits by which we define ourselves. The film shows the body as a place, and not as a subject. It is travelling along its b...

  • Shivering Wall (Taiwan) by Tseng Yu Chin

    Synopsis: A dark room. A reverberating bass. A languid heap of teenaged bodies at a house party. A heavy atmosphere. A slight smog represents a spirit in the space. Is the spirit someone else? Is the smog another you – a parallel you from another world to look at your own body in this group full ...

  • Attack (Italy) by Davide Santi

    Taken from a news event that never happened: a girl overwhelmed by amorous passion tries to stick herself to her boyfriend to hold him forever. Taken from a news event that never happened: a girl overwhelmed by amorous passion tries to stick herself to her boyfriend to hold him forever. The two p...

  • Das Meer (Italy) by Martina Mele

    Fragments of the image of Switzerland in the 1970s and Italy in the 2000s alternate under the passage of moments of real life, of collective memory, reconstructing a family imaginary dissipated by time. Ties evolve, the event of death manifests itself silently, life flows under the eyes of a girl...

  • Time Capsule (United States) by Lauren Loesberg

    A documentary created from home video footage from 1997-2005, set to the reading of a letter written for a time capsule found twelve years later.
    Running Time: 00:11:36

  • Piero's desperation (Italy) by Mattia Biondi

    A poet intervenes in a radio program to dialogue with the singer Piero Ciampi. In the meantime, a girl contemplates a portion of the sea.
    Running Time: 00:03:20

  • Rum 444 (Sweden) by Peter Svenzon

    A dance piece for film. An international collaboration with the dance artists and playwrights Lars Noren and Falk Richter who have shared their texts...
    Running time: 00:16:00

  • Screener (Portugal) by Pedro Florêncio

    (Warning: Includes nudity and graphic sex scenes.) For now we see through a screen, darkly... Running time: 00:09:00.

  • Shadow (Canada) by Alexander Zip

    In “Shadow” a woman walk by a familiar alleyway, reminding her of a past that she regrets. As the woman walks away from the alleyway she suddenly is frozen in her Tracks. Something part of the woman yearns for that ugly past, her shadow. Her shadow takes control, once again leading her down that ...

  • Dante (Belgium) by Jamie Lee

    We are transported into a dream-like state in which we do not run, but dance. The original music composed by Echo Collective takes us on a journey through landscapes where time disappears and we are drawn into nature.
    Running Time: 00:05:23

  • You feeling this?!? (United Kingdom) by Yan Hui Chew

    An experimental film about capitalism, consumption, and production.
    Running Time: 00:03:55