Belgian director, photographer and curator Pierre Debusschere utilizes innovative technologies to create high impact visuals. In 2009, he founded a creative studio 254FOREST, working in the realms of film, art, photography and music.
Director Damien Krisl had the creative vision to visualize a deity. Beauty, weightlessness, mystery and art were key aspects of the concept. The objective was to mix the elements of fire and water.
Amphitrite – underwater goddess
“We Have Decided Not To Die” is an unusual short film. A modern day allegorical triptych, three figures under go transformation through three rituals. Though not a story in any conventional sense, We Have Decided Not To Die succeeds in taking audience on an emotional journey. Aurally intriguing, often stunning and always beautiful, Danielís short film has been winning fans from around the festival circuit.
We Have Decided Not To Die
Miroir Magazine Feature Artist, New York film director Zina Brown creates mesmerizing film masterpieces.
Zina Brown and his current film project, “Dreams of the Last Butterflies”, along with Kai Altair, and performance artist/collaborator, Ali Luminescent are featured in this “Lyrical Dreams” themed issue of MIROIR Magazine.
Zina Brown’s current film project, recently funded thru Kickstarter, “Dreams of the Last Butterflies”, is a mini-epic, live-action “Dark Faerie Tale” short film, with a unique environmental message.
“Dreams of the Last Butterflies” is a unique vision with a powerful environmental message, full of wonder, dreams, and otherworldly performers. Combining cutting-edge cinematography, fantastical costumes, epic faerie-tale poetry, and a sizzling electronica soundtrack, it will feature stunning performances by tribal bellydancers, ballet stars, fire masters, contortionists, and many more.
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Stephen Thorne is an Ottawa-based photographer. He recently left an award-winning career in journalism after 32 years of reporting and photographing national and international news, including five years as a war correspondent. more » “Stephen Thorne”