Films for 'time' (12)
1 / 1
Order by:
Creation dates 9..0
A lone hitchhiker meets Fat Ivo, a truck driver who is trapped in time, like a fly caught in amber. With the help of a dream, a coffee and breakfast the hitchiker will remember a truth long forgotten. Director's bio: Nikola Strašek (1978), director and screenwriter, studied comparative literature and Latin at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of Zagreb, and is currently a graduate student of film and TV directing at the Academy of Dramatic Art. He is the author of the award-winning debut documentary I Will Kill You! (2007), as well as the documentary Vajt, screened at the 2009 ZagrebDox festival. In 2010 he directed a documentary film A Short History of Decay.

IVO

20:38
22
It's about how the life of a brother and sister change through the years. Although literally we have different perspectives, after all we are connected by the invisible tie: love.

Invisible Tie

02:21
2
Budapest Time-Lapse - Fast Days of Hungary

Budapest Time-Lapse

06:35
217
This is a short art movie about an artist and an artwork. It is a symbolic movie speaking about the truth in art which lives for ever.

Playing Time

01:14
22
Original, visually compelling, & tell a stories in a memorable manner. Made by Andrey Rashev, the short film received an honorable mention in the 2012 Autumn edition of the Aarhus Short Film Challenge. The film was based on the topics Time and Kids. The Aarhus Short Film Challenge is an international event that is centred in Aarhus, Denmark. Participants have 7 days to make a short film that is up to 5 minutes long and based on two randomly chosen topics. The films are then evaluated by a jury of three film professionals. The Autumn 2012 edition theme was Time, and the jury members were: Richard Raskin, Associate Professor Aarhus University, Department of Information and Media Studies, World’s foremost short film expert; Carsten Holst, general Manager at Filmby Aarhus and Den Vestdanske Filmpulje at Filmby Aarhus, producer of more than 30 titles, has worked with Lars Von Trier; Merete Stubkjær, Producing Chief and Producer at Deluca Film A/S; and Ann Pedersen, Script editor and director, covering various genres within Tv and film, ranging from BBC to feature films, documentaries and short films. For more information visit us at www.shortfilmchallenge.dk, or follow us on Facebook or twitter: https://www.facebook.com/AarhusShortFilmChallenge https://twitter.com/AarhusShortFilm

Spring Forward, Fall Back

04:57
46
Original, visually compelling, & tell a stories in a memorable manner. Made by Katazyna Skoluda, Anna Lukasik, Bartosz Grosicki, & Sylwia Niewinska, the short film received an honorable mention in the 2012 Autumn edition of the Aarhus Short Film Challenge. The film was based on the topics Time and Scent. The Aarhus Short Film Challenge is an international event that is centred in Aarhus, Denmark. Participants have 7 days to make a short film that is up to 5 minutes long and based on two randomly chosen topics. The films are then evaluated by a jury of three film professionals. The Autumn 2012 edition theme was Time, and the jury members were: Richard Raskin, Associate Professor Aarhus University, Department of Information and Media Studies, World’s foremost short film expert; Carsten Holst, general Manager at Filmby Aarhus and Den Vestdanske Filmpulje at Filmby Aarhus, producer of more than 30 titles, has worked with Lars Von Trier; Merete Stubkjær, Producing Chief and Producer at Deluca Film A/S; and Ann Pedersen, Script editor and director, covering various genres within Tv and film, ranging from BBC to feature films, documentaries and short films. For more information visit us at www.shortfilmchallenge.dk, or follow us on Facebook or twitter: https://www.facebook.com/AarhusShortFilmChallenge https://twitter.com/AarhusShortFilm

Scent

03:05
30
Original, visually compelling, & tell a stories in a memorable manner. Directed by Aivis Grisevs & Dainius Vitkevicius, the short film received an honorable mention in the 2012 Autumn edition of the Aarhus Short Film Challenge. The film was based on the topics Time and Envy. The Aarhus Short Film Challenge is an international event that is centred in Aarhus, Denmark. Participants have 7 days to make a short film that is up to 5 minutes long and based on two randomly chosen topics. The films are then evaluated by a jury of three film professionals. The Autumn 2012 edition theme was Time, and the jury members were: Richard Raskin, Associate Professor Aarhus University, Department of Information and Media Studies, World’s foremost short film expert; Carsten Holst, general Manager at Filmby Aarhus and Den Vestdanske Filmpulje at Filmby Aarhus, producer of more than 30 titles, has worked with Lars Von Trier; Merete Stubkjær, Producing Chief and Producer at Deluca Film A/S; and Ann Pedersen, Script editor and director, covering various genres within Tv and film, ranging from BBC to feature films, documentaries and short films. For more information visit us at www.shortfilmchallenge.dk, or follow us on Facebook or twitter: https://www.facebook.com/AarhusShortFilmChallenge https://twitter.com/AarhusShortFilm

Dharma

03:11
88
Original, visually compelling, & tell a stories in a memorable manner. Directed by Filip Hillesland, the short film received an honorable mention in the 2012 Autumn edition of the Aarhus Short Film Challenge. The film was based on the topics Time and Energy. The Aarhus Short Film Challenge is an international event that is centred in Aarhus, Denmark. Participants have 7 days to make a short film that is up to 5 minutes long and based on two randomly chosen topics. The films are then evaluated by a jury of three film professionals. The Autumn 2012 edition theme was Time, and the jury members were: Richard Raskin, Associate Professor Aarhus University, Department of Information and Media Studies, World’s foremost short film expert; Carsten Holst, general Manager at Filmby Aarhus and Den Vestdanske Filmpulje at Filmby Aarhus, producer of more than 30 titles, has worked with Lars Von Trier; Merete Stubkjær, Producing Chief and Producer at Deluca Film A/S; and Ann Pedersen, Script editor and director, covering various genres within Tv and film, ranging from BBC to feature films, documentaries and short films. For more information visit us at www.shortfilmchallenge.dk, or follow us on Facebook or twitter: https://www.facebook.com/AarhusShortFilmChallenge https://twitter.com/AarhusShortFilm

Today I'm You

03:41
132
Stunning animation, serious issue treated with wonderful playfulness in the dialogue. Original, memorable. Made by Rolf Blume-Jensen, the short film won the Talent Prize in the 2012 Autumn edition of the Aarhus Short Film Challenge. The film was based on the topics Time and Mystic. The Aarhus Short Film Challenge is an international event that is centred in Aarhus, Denmark. Participants have 7 days to make a short film that is up to 5 minutes long and based on two randomly chosen topics. The films are then evaluated by a jury of three film professionals. The Autumn 2012 edition theme was Time, and the jury members were: Richard Raskin, Associate Professor Aarhus University, Department of Information and Media Studies, World’s foremost short film expert; Carsten Holst, general Manager at Filmby Aarhus and Den Vestdanske Filmpulje at Filmby Aarhus, producer of more than 30 titles, has worked with Lars Von Trier; Merete Stubkjær, Producing Chief and Producer at Deluca Film A/S; and Ann Pedersen, Script editor and director, covering various genres within Tv and film, ranging from BBC to feature films, documentaries and short films. For more information visit us at www.shortfilmchallenge.dk, or follow us on Facebook or twitter: https://www.facebook.com/AarhusShortFilmChallenge https://twitter.com/AarhusShortFilm

Prime Time

01:52
289
A footage taken at Hong Kong in 2012

Hong Kong - timelapse 2012

00:36
15
This is your film submitted to "Budapest - ami a képeslapokról kimaradt" contest.

Élhető Budapest

04:38
182
A journey through life, soundtracked by Arnold Schoenberg. Made from public domain footage taken from the Prelinger Archive.

Atonal - A Prelinger Mashup

02:26
18