WILDsound broadcasts a unique film festival every single day of the week, showcasing the best films from around the world. Enjoy a growing library of independent films, original screenplay, novel, short story, and poetry readings spanning all genres.
YOURS, 9min., UK
Directed by Flaminia Graziadei
The body of a dying old woman lies in a bed in stillness, while her soul is dancing on the magic stage she dreamt to be all her life. The blinding lights and the clapping of an imaginary audience, accompany her to the final curtain call. In this poe...
STIGMA, 8min., Canada
Directed by Reilly Michael Saso
Confronted with a devastating diagnosis, stigmatized and shrouded in despair, a young man desperately grapples with the dark specter of mortality and societal rejection in his tender teenage years. Thirty years on, he reflects on his extraordi...
NOMADIC MYTHOLOGIES short film, DANCE Festival film review
NOMADIC MYTHOLOGIES, 20min., USA
Directed by Laura Perdrizet
“we are the dream the city is having about itself.” ~ “the city is the dream we are having of where we belong” Nomadic Mythologies is a genre bending tale of a woman and the imagination of the city. As she maps each site with her body, ...
THE BREATH, THE FIRE short film, DANCE Festival film review
THE BREATH, THE FIRE, 9min., New Zealand
Directed by Kelly Nash, Nancy Wijohn
Two M?ori dancers engage in the abstract circling's of 'Te H?, Te K?" the breath and the fire, seen here as many fangled creatures who whip around the various landscapes of Aotearoa, NZ together.
cor·re·spond·ence short film, DANCE Festival film review
cor·re·spond·ence, 20min., USA
Directed by Akwi Nji
cor·re·spond·ence is a hypnotic exploration of our human quest for connection, intimacy, and the elusive sense of geographical and spiritual home. Drawing inspiration from transatlantic letters exchanged between a Cameroon-based father and his U...
WEST WIND, 9min., New Zealand
Directed by Kelly Nash
The movement is influenced by Butoh, a practice that among many things can be viewed as a turn away from the Western styles of dance, ballet and modern, to create an aesthetic that embraces an earthbound physique and natural movements.
YOU CAN'T DO A THING short film, DANCE Festival film review
YOU CAN'T DO A THING, 4min., Singapore
Directed by Taufiq Amaran, Genevieve Ho
We scrutinise and curate how we move through the world for fear of the undesirable and unpredictable in ourselves surfacing. But when we repeatedly recognise this fear as part of ourselves do we shed the instinct to ov...
LIKE A DUET short film, DANCE Festival film review
LIKE A DUET, 9min., Israel
Directed by Roy Sahar
The story of a man taken captive, tortured, and imprisoned in solitary confinement, not knowing if or when he will be released — and his wife, who is left at home, their only connection being through letters. Can love survive without seeing, hearin...
OPTING TO BE PULLED short film, DANCE Festival film review
OPTING TO BE PULLED, 5min. USA
Directed by Emilie Silvestri
Inspired by Alex Katz's five-panel painting "Pas de Deux", Opting To Be Pulled explores the push, pulls, and patterns of the five posed couples featured in the Katz source material, interpreted and expanded upon by the choreography of Co...
THE DISTANCE short film, DANCE Festival film review
THE DISTANCE, 3min,. USA
Directed by Zoran Prodanovic
"The Distance" is a 3-min knockout film collaboration between Choreographer Marisa f. Ballaro and Cinematographer Zoran Prodanovic. "The Distance" film was "Round 8" in the live dance production of the same name produced by Ballaro Dance at Th...
IN THE BASEMENT OF APOLLO HALL short film, Experimental Festival film review
IN THE BASEMENT OF APOLLO HALL, 16min., Sweden
Directed by Hans Appelqvist
A furry TV host, an opera diva, and a music expert come together to answer the simple yet impossible question about the origin of music.
PAINFUL FLAVOURS short film, Experimental Festival film review
PAINFUL FLAVOURS, 22min., UK
Directed by Julian Hand
There was no plan. I found some pages I had written over twenty years ago. I read the words whilst Oli and Joe slipped deep into an improvised, ambient jam - a cognisant, responsive soundscape conjured up to bring the prose to life. It was all ...
HUMUS short film, Experimental Festival film review
HUMUS, 15min,. France
Directed by Claire-Marie REOT, Amaury REOT
With the application of clay to the body we are witnessing a ritual of acceptance. To let go absorbed by te matter, and lose your stigmata to be reborn more humble, harmonized.
Inclusion: The Story of the Americans with Disabilities Act short film review
Inclusion: The Story of the Americans with Disabilities Act
Directed by Shelly Simmons
Lack of accommodation in buildings and streets is challenging for persons with disabilities; lack of awareness on the part of society, more so. Thirty years after the passage of the Americans with Disabilities ...
Lil' RED is RIDING the wrong way in the HOOD! short ffilm, fiilm review
Lil' RED is RIDING the wrong way in the HOOD!, 8min., USA
Directed by Venus Jones
This short film with a long title is a Hip Hop twist on a classic cautionary tale starts with an adventurous little boy getting lost on the wrong side of town. Childhood labor and public safety may sound like heavy ...
STRANGER short film, Under 5 Minute Festival film review
STRANGER, 5min., USA
Directed by Julia Hayden Fung
This film shows the experience of lost relationships through the eyes of a young girl. "Stranger" is a story of love, longing, and the regret through passing of time.