Written and directed by the American filmmaker and visual effects artist, Jeremy Hunt, who had a big internet hit with 405, one of the very first virals. Fix It In Post is a comedic tale made by filmmakers for filmmakers. It follows a man who is unknowingly starring in his own action movie as, what starts as the climax to a romance, quickly turns into a series of dangerous scenarios. The problem is that someone is making changes to his film in post production and each edit wreaks havoc on our hero’s day.
A Morning Stroll claims to be based on a true story, as unlikely as that seems! Nominated for an Academy Award as well as winning a BAFTA, it is a clever and enjoyable romp through the decades and different styles of animation starting off in the 1950s. It seems there has been a chicken living and going about his business in New York for many years. Orchard mainly works on television spots, which is perhaps why he can turn his hand to various styles.
Written and directed by Christine Rabette, Merci! is a beautifully simple film set on the Metro, where laughter his hard to come by. Also known as The Laughing Bodhisattva, it stars Jan Hammenecker as an everyday man who is about to change the day for everyone else on his train carriage. Hammenecker has since had a successful television career in Belgium. Rabette made just three short films and Merci! has proven the most successful, finding a new life online.