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Sincity: a short film by Nils Clauss and Stuart Howe

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By Nils Clauss in Video on Saturday 4 February 2012

Hooked by the glamour of the city, the countryside is left behind. However, upon arrival, expectations are challenged by the sins of the city. This is a collaborative work of Nils Clauss from CONTENTed FILMS and Stuart Howe from STUDIO 163. This video, as the overall winner of the Genero Sincity competition, was chosen with […]

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The Sorrow: Farewells (video directed by Max von Lux)

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By Nils Clauss in New Music on Saturday 4 February 2012

Farewells tells the story of on old couple that found the key to eternal life by vivisecting special fluids from insects. The problem, however, is that one of the two always is in a sort of coma while the other one prepares the shot needed to extend life. This means they can stay alive separately, […]

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A critical blog called America Is A …

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By Nils Clauss in Cool Websites on Saturday 4 February 2012

‘America is a …’ is a blog about what America is not, more like what America was, used to be, and has become. None of these things are positive, but more importantly in these times, they are representative of the ever-shifting and eroding landscape of what was once a democracy or American exceptionalism.

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Kentucky Fried Panda’s Photostream

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By Nils Clauss in New Photography on Saturday 4 February 2012

A favorite photostream of mine by American born, Seoul-based photographer Aaron Choe. On his Flickr homepage he writes: ‘I can’t always be sunny honey, but I’ll always make you smile”. Fun and playful street photography shot on film that will definitely put a smile on your face’.

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Safari: a short movie by Denys Arcand and Adad Hannah

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By Nils Clauss in Video on Saturday 4 February 2012

Safari is a collaboration between film director Denys Arcand and artist Adad Hannah produced for the exhibition Big Bang, which celebrates the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts’ 150th Anniversary and the opening of a new pavilion. Arcand and Hannah developed a 7-minute scene that takes place in the back of a nightclub in the middle […]

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