Aquarela (in development)
Directed By Victor Kossakovsky
Aquarela is a unique and truly visual journey into water, the very substance that is making all life forms on earth possible. In this film, the magnificent, artistic documentary-maker Victor Kossakovsky, plunges into the ‘spirituality’ and essence of water and takes audiences on a visually poetic and dramatic journey reflecting their own personal connection to water at every level.
Directed By Victor Kossakovsky
A short film about homeless people sleeping near an A.T.M. in a bank, a growing phenomenon in Europe.
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Hush Hush – Supernatural
Music video for “Supernatural,” the title track off the first Hush Hush E.P.
“Dayragr” follows a Canadian musician/artist as he organizes 15 bands and performance art acts into a festival in the summer of 2010 in Berlin. Teaching guitar lessons to little kids, shredding band practices, and welding metal sculptures amidst a myriad of personal issues, ego trips, and chronic acts of kindness, relentlessly collide in this document of a specific time, place, and attitude, from an ex-pat perspective. Featuring performances by the Fuzz Kids, Pelarine, The Man I love, Romanizer, Gemeine Gesteine, Arises, White Noise Supremacists, Slashing Gales, Skitish, Helga Wretman, Charlamagne, Michele di Menna, Hush Hush, and Talaband.
Hush Hush – Chicas En La Ducha
3D music video for “Chicas En La Ducha” (Girl’s in the Shower), off the new Hush Hush album Pisces Iscariot.
Shot entirely through a peephole of a door, Doctor Korbes chronicles the voyeuristic relationship that develops between a filmmaker and his compulsively hoarding neighbor. What starts as surveillance footage prompted by a mysterious break-in, evolves into obsessive documentation of bizarre occurrences over a two-year period. The camera bares witness to the comings and goings of a variety of people: prostitutes, the fire brigade, the police, all seen from the perspective of spying on one’s own neighbor.
Vivan Las Antipodas
1st Assistant Director
Directed by Victor Kossakovsky
With this film Victor Kossakovsky grants himself a childhood wish. Haven’t we all asked ourselves as children where we would come out if we dug a tunnel right through the centre of the earth? Haven’t we all wondered at some point what was happening just at this moment beneath our very feet at the other side of the planet? In this film those reveries turn into reality. In breathtaking images and a stunning montage we go on a trip to the world’s rare inhabited land-to-land antipodes. We discover the wonders and contradictions of nature and people around the globe. With unprecedented camera movements and exhilarating new perspectives our conventional view of the world is challenged. On the evocative title follows a revolutionary film, that gives three cheers to our planet and its people in all their antagonisms and commonalities: Vivan las Antipodas!
A man is demoralized by water by listening to an aquatic themed relaxation audio track intended to produce tidal ecstasy.
Breathing Room is a personal visualization of how strands of memory saturate a specific space. A continual tracking shot travels through an elderly man’s home, exploring the dilapidated domestic space in it’s owner’s absence and presence. A disappearing boy, a frightening dog, a ghostly book, and a bursting furnace animate the rooms and personify the layers of history that have settled here over a lifetime.
Shot in five countries across two continents, this experimental film is a mythologically inspired exploration into the genesis of ancient storytelling archetypes and symbols.