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An avant-garde micro-short, where fragments of our world intertwine in a rush of cinematic brilliance.


Oliver Neumann’s avant-garde foray into post-production and cinematic expression unfolds in a mesmerizing tapestry of fleeting glimpses within a fast-paced experimental film. Navigating both urban landscapes and the serene natural world, Neumann constructs an ensemble of shots that capture the essence of a progressing existence, a vivid portrayal of life in perpetual motion.

The film, absent of a traditional narrative, is a testament to Neumann’s high-caliber artistic vision and cinematographic prowess. Every frame is a carefully curated fragment, meticulously edited to evoke a sense of constant evolution. Ballian De Moulle’s haunting musical accompaniment enhances the rushed yet eerie undertones, contributing to the film’s enigmatic atmosphere.

This cinematic marvel is not easily digestible for everyone, but those with an appetite for the avant-garde will find themselves immersed in Neumann’s bold and inventive storytelling. The absence of a defined storyline leaves the narrative open to interpretation, inviting viewers to contemplate the central theme of “becoming” – a journey that transcends the boundaries of conventional storytelling.

The strength of Neumann’s editing is nothing short of brilliant, seamlessly weaving together disparate elements to create a cohesive visual symphony. In its entirety, this short film stands as a testament to the power of experimental cinema, appealing to those who appreciate the edge and innovation in cinematic artistry.

Becoming Short Film


Runtime: 1 min

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