I used to love brown eggs. I'm not sure I do anymore. I think I need to be held.
PatternsThe first film in Jamie Travis’s PATTERNS trilogy suggests a surrealist homage to the psychologically charged set designs of auteurs like Alfred Hitchcock and Douglas Sirk. The premise is simplicity itself: a woman waits for a call in her immaculate apartment. Comfortably immersed in her bath,...Subscribe to to watch now
The Saddest Boy in the WorldFriendlessness, suburban complacency and prescription drugs have conspired against young Timothy to make this his worst year yet. Musical Chairs and birthday cake can't save him now. At his ninth birthday party, Timothy prepares for a show-stopping suicide.Subscribe to to watch now
Patterns IIIThe hyper-stylized PATTERNS trilogy erupts into song for a breathtaking conclusion. With bravura split-screen choreography and a modish dance nicked from Jean-Luc Godard’s BAND OF OUTSIDERS, the third PATTERNS is definitely the coolest. Even as the film swerves between rigorous abstraction,...Subscribe to to watch now
Patterns IIStop motion telekinesis is just the beginning. Though riddled with familiar motifs (nods to Bernard Herrmann’s scores, Stanley Kubrick's unnerving spaces, the mesmerizing portraits of women in VERTIGO and LAURA), the second film in Jamie Travis’ PATTERNS trilogy achieves a singular blend of...Subscribe to to watch now
Mystic MorningDirector Jamie Travis' contribution to Canada's National Parks Project focuses on Kouchibouguac National Park in New Brunswick. Filipino-Canadian indie musician Casey Mecija enacts an alternately humorous and threatening interpretation of her song "Mystic Morning" as a dreamscape dominated by...Subscribe to to watch now
Holy Hell!!! How depressing. The movie really makes you feel for that poor little guy. I want to be his friend, now. Lol
WOW!!! I LOVED THIS SHORT! Unsettleingly funny. Its like The Brady Bunch on crack!!!!