Edinburgh International Film Festival 2012

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Three Warning Signs Three Warning Signs
Three Warning Signs and Low Definition Control - Malfunctions #0
7 Peaks (Country: Netherlands; Year: 2012; Director: Anna Abrahams)
Looking down from the mountains of Europe, can one gain an insight into its culture?
Barge Dirge (Country: Canada; Year: 2010; Director: Lindsay McIntyre)
A dystopian look at a barren landscape.
Carbon (Country: US; Year: 2012; Director: Craig Webster; Writer: Craig Webster, Maia Anastasya Melton)
A series of awkward encounters causes escalating tension.
Curious Light (Country: US; Year: 2011; Director: Charlotte Pryce)
A close up look at Alice In Wonderland.
Disquiet (Country: New Zealand; Year: 2011; Director: SJ Ramir)
A remote figure traverses the landscapes of the mind.
The Suburban Trilogy The Suburban Trilogy
The Suburban Trilogy and Landfill
Deep Red (Country: Netherlands; Year: 2012; Director: Esther Urlus)
An experimental exploration of colour.
Europa (Country: Germany; Year: 2012; Director: Telemach Wiesinger)
A vision of Europe's urban landscapes.
God Is In The Roots (Dieu Est Dans Les Racines) (Country: Belgium; Year: 2012; Director: Peter Snowdon; Stars: Aurélie Naumur)
An actress recounts a strange journey through the Amazon.
Habitat (Country: US; Year: 2012; Director: Robert Todd)
The familiar becomes unfamiliar.
Heavy Eyes (Schwere Augen) (Country: Austria; Year: 2011; Director: Siegfried A Fruhauf)
An experiment in the cinematic experience of multi-layered sound.
Barge Dirge Barge Dirge
Barge Dirge and God Is In The Roots
I Own A Carousel (Country: US; Year: 2011; Director: Lori Felker)
A meditation on hidden, unused treasure.
(k)now (t)here (Country: US; Year: 2011; Director: Jang Hey-Yeun)
A series of journeys breaks down into patterns of movement in this experimental short.
Landfill (Country: UK; Year: 2011; Director: Andrew Kötting)
Something doesn't quite fit about an apparently idyllic landscape.
Landfill 16 (Country: US; Year: 2011; Director: Jennifer Reeves)
Old film that has been buried in the ground is resurrected for an exploration of decay.
Low Definition Control - Malfunctions #0 (Country: Austria; Year: 2011; Director: Michael Palm)
Documentary considering state surveillance, even before birth and beyond the grave.
Habitat Habitat
Habitat and (k)now (t)here
Pilgrimage (Pèlerinage) (Country: Canada; Year: 2011; Director: Marc Pelletier)
A stroll through the Parc Lafontaine in Montreal reveals moments of wonder.
Passage Upon The Plume (Year: 2011; Director: Fern Silva)
A series of observations of buildings and inventions, everything rising up into the sky.
A Place To Come (Un Luogo A Venire) (Country: Italy; Year: 2011; Director: Flatform)
Descriptions and realities are at odds in this experimental short.
Rujak (Country: Indonesia, Singapore; Year: 2011; Director: Kenneth Feinstein)
An experimental short film questioning our interpretation of images.
The Suburban Trilogy (Country: USA; Year: 2011; Director: Abigail Child; Writer: Abigail Child)
An anthology of three short films about suburban American life.
Disquiet Disquiet
Disquiet and I Own A Carousel
Three Warning Signs (Country: Turkey; Year: 2011; Director: Eytan Ipeker)
An experimental look at the gathering and release of tension.
Tricolor (Country: Austria; Year: 2011; Director: Martina Heyduk)
Experimental interference with celluloid creates bizarre images.
Untitled (Country: Norway; Year: 2011; Director: Karl Erik Brøndbo)
Time unwinds in a rapid flash of colour.

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