WUIFF'S CRITIQUE REVIEW

Everything I Could

A Film By Ben Cable, Country of Origin- United States “Everything I Could” is a short drama based on a brief conversation between a father and his daughter unfolding different aspects of human emotions in a complex situation. A father tries to manage his family that was shattered into pieces by a recent accident. The …

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“JUST BELIEVE”

A FILM BY  Nya Chambless “You are what you believe yourself to be.” – Paulo Coelho The short film “Just Believe” deals with some simple yet basic problems of our times. The story evolves around a young girl with a room full of amenities and a brain full of imaginary stardom. The story eventually unfolds …

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The Power of Environment

Documentary works are always powerful and impressive because they are original and based on the truth. In a way, it can be said that they can have the greatest impact on their audiences. That is why documentaries have a high value and status and contribute the most to the scientific, cultural and human development of …

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Translation

“Translation is that which transforms everything so that nothing changes.” – Gunter Grass Set against the backdrop of a war torn nation the film “Translation” ventures even deeper to the problem of communication between two different people from neighboring countries. A group of Turkish healthcare professionals try to cross the border but their Kurdish guide …

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A Poet’s Childhood – Awakening to Consciousness – Elizabeth Martina Bishop

The most important factor in creating a pure work of art is not the creator of that work. Creation does not happen by force. Creation spontaneously boils from the subconscious of an artist and suddenly a work is born. Creation originates from the world of light and pure nature. Exactly what Elizabeth Martina Bishop does. …

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Khora

One of the most well crafted projects that I’ve seen in recent times,”Khora” is a short fiction that primarily explores some primitive yet unsolved parts of human psychology. A rare jigsaw puzzle played within the fine line of difference between aspiration and inspiration.The concept that basically deals with the deepest parts of human psychology beautifully …

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On/Off

A concept animation based on abstract space that has been able to make creative use of colors as well as digital elements. The concept of this animation, which was based on “rhythm and harmony”, showed the contrast between order and decentralization. That is, exactly where society and human beings are moving towards the media or …

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GodChaserz The Documentary

GodChaserz The Documentary is loyal to its subject and less likely to “distort” or interfere with the truth of Brinson Wright’s “portrait.” Rhythm and beat are some of the hallmarks of this documentary, which owes much to Brinson’s music and multiplicity of works made at various points in his working life. This documentary has a …

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“The pigeon lady” DEPTH REVIEW

Probably the best subject to work on during the times of great turmoil as Pigeons and Doves are not just symbols but their very existence stands for beauty, growth and prosperity, everything that leads to a new beginning.
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Darkvision Depth Review

When we say adventure/fantasy/sci-fi we simply expect a whole new world, remotely or directly connected to planet earth and together they remind us the basics of the universe. The short film Darkvision offers a beautiful story that deals with some fundamentals of human world.
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“Mikey Can Fight Jackson” DEPTH REVIEW

Undoubtedly, Mickey "Can Fight" Jackson has quite an intriguing story line. The biggest visible atrocity to execute this concept was the shoestring budget or no budget matter that certainly brings the production value down to a notable size.
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“Strange Meeting – Centenary Edition” Depth Review

"The artistic face and the reconstruction of art" The element of the eye at the beginning of the animation, aesthetically, conveyed a deep conceptual burden to the audience at the beginning of this animation. It is as if all experiences are within this gaze, and symbolically, everything is happening within this gaze and eye: