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Six Kiwi directors, six short films, brought to you by Samsung.
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Fraser Chatham

The Microcosm-Macrocosm is a centuries old analogy, a link between humans and the natural environment. For example the veins of our bodies are similar to a river system captured from above, which then resembles a microscopic image of a leaf.

The physical resemblances are endless.
The analogy has inspired some of the most famous artworks of all time, such as Leonardo Da Vinci’s Vitruvian man.

Petra Cibilich

A character is caught in a dream state scenario where her world is prone to shuffling.

Ian Sweeney

Open Wide tells the story of two teeth who bitterly disagree about a topic that’s very close to their heart. But they’re about to have their debate settled in a the most surprising way...

Mardo El Noor

My concept is a loose narrative that revolves around playful interactions between people from a first-person perspective. In a nutshell, the short film presents a fast edit of five interactions between five different people & the first-person in the form of different elaborate handshakes, which escalate in their complexity while showcase a sense of familiarity & dedication to perfecting the handshakes.

Dean Hewison

In today's fast-paced, app-based world, even speed dating feels slow. So is it possible to make a connection in 30 seconds or less?

Jason Hancox

The Arctic is wild, remote and hostile. Yet there will always be those who are drawn to such places.

Meet the Directors