An experienced Silicon Valley engineer who has dedicated his life to Artificial Intelligence (AI) for over a decade felt confused and concerned about his future after realizing the rapid evolution of AI. Therefore, in order to find his potential in nature, he joined an international trekking expedition through the mysterious Caucasus region. Being inspired and protected by Natural Intelligence, he started a new AI journey exploring China, the UK, and the USA.
The inhabitants of Campiglia d'Orcia, a little village in Tuscany (Italy) speak about their life during the recent lockdown due to Covid 19. A project shot entirely with mobile phones.
Matteo è un promettente regista precario. Improvvisamente è costretto a fare i conti con il male del secolo: il cancro.
Matteo is a promising precarious director. Suddenly he is forced to deal with the evil of the century: cancer.
In Memory of those lost to COVID19, A fully computer generated fashion film set in a CGI version of Venice's Piazza San Marco. This film is fully realised in VR 3D, Ai, CGI.
The film features sustainably conscious efforts, and a VR Vogue ball in the afterlife...
No human was harmed in the making of this film...
Please note, VR goggles allow you to interact with Immortal.
Timo, the youngest of a Greek community of Funfair workers, will have to face the hardest winter together with his loved ones.
A newly-wed couple struggle to have children. They give up their jobs in London and move to the countryside, hoping to fulfil their dreams. Few years later a very special baby is born, one who can turn himself into a piglet!
How will the parents cope with a reality that is nothing short of a miracle?
And what if a terrible fate awaited the kid?
A postmodern swiss-tyrolean ensemble ventures into remote mountaineous regions, embracing the sonorous variety of local vernaculars. A poetic road movie with stunning shots and an emphatic approach to a new alpine aesthetics.
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