Culture Vulture 2

Total: 31 mins 56 secs

Through the ever evolving and conditioning of people and place, this program of shorts looks at the relationships we have with each other as-well as ourselves.  Is it time to re-connect with reality or continue to be plugged into the feed?

Sunday 10th October Available for 48 hrs from 4:00pm
Wednesday 29th September 2:25pm - Unit Base Gallery In venue attendance for this screening is FREE Thursday 30th September 4:00pm - Unit Base Gallery In venue attendance for this screening is FREE Friday 1st October 4:00pm - Unit Base Gallery In venue attendance for this screening is FREE Saturday 2nd October 1:30pm - Unit Base Gallery In venue attendance for this screening is FREE Sunday 3rd October 11:45am - Unit Base Gallery In venue attendance for this screening is FREE

Califato ¾ – Fandangô de Carmen Porter

NONO
Spain, 2020
5:22 mins
"Califato ¾ - Fandangô de Carmen Porter" is set against the backdrop of a rural Spanish salt mine in the 50s. Filmed in 16mm black and white, it tells the story of Jesús, a salt miner whose young daughter dies in a tragic accident.

Daily

Vincent Groen
France, 2020
1:37 mins
"Daily" features Violette, a young woman, in her morning daily life; her morning routine. Represented by moments of life and gestures; which she does and repeats every day.

Kruder & Dorfmeister “Johnson”

Oscar Pecher Stefan Pecher
Austria, 2020
5:42 mins
“Johnson” takes us into a hypothetical future where digital has taken over at the same time nature has reclaimed its territory due to people’s neglect of their actual surroundings.

Lost Horse

Adi Halfin
Germany, 2020
3:52 mins
Mixing improvised choreography driven by their immediate emotions with the relentless, never-stopping rolling of the camera.

Sixteen Hundred Miles

Alexandros Papathanasopoulos
Greece, 2021
5:40 mins
Two young lovers spend their last night as a couple in an empty amusement park. They don't want things to end badly.

Another me in the world

Yiming Fan
China, 2020
3:24 mins
The film is about when nature and the city are regarded as two independent individuals, which are originally unrelated to each other. With the rapid development of society, they tend to merge.

Guilty

Andrew Arrakis
Russian Federation, 2021
1:16 mins
The idea of this video appeared against the backdrop of a huge scandal caused by the phrase of the host Regina Todorenko about a specific case of domestic violence: what did you do so that your husband would not beat you?

Divided We Scroll

Klaas Diersmann
United Kingdom, 2019
5:03 mins
Through contemporary dance, we explore the chilling reality of a constantly connected world where data and software is continuing to redefine us within an increasingly complex technological network.