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1. Mambo Jambo "Un baile hipnótico"

Mambo Jambo

Primitive Films presenta Mambo Jambo "Un baile hipnótico" para Los Mambo Jambo y Buenritmo Dirección: Cuillermo A. Chaia Dirección de Fotografía: Gema Briones Dirección de Arte: Miquel Francisco Baile: Evita Mansfield Producción: Primitive Films © 2013 Primitive Films, Mambo Jambo & Buenritmo. All rights reserved.


2. People Like us (Vicki Bennett) - Discovering Electronic Music (1999)

  • Published: 2010-09-21T22:36:00+00:00
  • Duration: 379
  • By bob cluness
People Like us (Vicki Bennett) - Discovering Electronic Music (1999)

People Like Us Early Films - 1999-2000 This is a collection of rarely seen early avi films - primarily using relatively primitive techniques of scratch video then Adobe Premiere editing, resulting in a particular lo-fi look which isn't particularly intentional, but reflective of the process. "Music Of Your Own" and "Burning" originally existed as audio-only pieces on the "Thermos Explorer" album (2000), and since the audio was originally sourced from film it was later possible to recreate the stories in visual form. See more films at http://www.ubu.com/film/plu.html


3. Slow Down

  • Published: 2015-06-17T10:40:59+00:00
  • Duration: 255
  • By Gary Thomas
Slow Down

Fast food, fast cars, fast tracked, fast bikes…. To escape the pressures of modern life I like to take my bike to the mountains, alone or with friends, and enjoy time without keeping any records, without a watch, back to primitive needs, and simple pleasures. Join us in the Solukhumbu region of East Nepal. An ancient land still untouched by mass tourism and definitely the best place that I’ve ridden. When you ride the trails you can’t help thinking that the people who built them thought that mountain bikers would come here one day, they are so much fun to ride. These trips to the mountains really make me realise we need to slow down. To ride in Nepal www.enduromtbnepal.com and for films like this www.garythomasfilms.com


4. 'TEN' A FILM BY RIYO NEMETH FOR NADIR TEJANI x PRIMITIVE LONDON

'TEN' A FILM BY RIYO NEMETH FOR NADIR TEJANI x PRIMITIVE LONDON

'TEN' is a film created for the collaborative capsule collection by Nadir Tejani and Primitive London of the same name. Video: Riyo Nemeth Audio: The Haxan Cloak Creative Direction: Andrew Grune (Primitive London) Lui Nemeth (Primitive London) Nadir Tejani Styling: Miguel Santos Model: Ben


5. Apichatpong Weerasethakul on Primitive

Apichatpong Weerasethakul on Primitive

Apichatpong Weerasethakul talks about his award-winning feature Uncle Boonmee who can Recall his Past Lives and Primitive, his multi-platform project, commissioned by Haus der Kunst, Munich with FACT Liverpool and Animate Projects and produced by Illuminations Films, London with Kick the Machine, Bangkok. http://www.animateprojects.org/films/by_project/primitive/primitive


6. LIMBO LIMBO TRAVEL

  • Published: 2014-10-22T08:42:19+00:00
  • Duration: 949
  • By LARDUX FILMS
LIMBO LIMBO TRAVEL

One of the Best Animated Short Film of the Year 2015 ! Selected on Sundance 2016, Annecy, Clermont Ferrand : Awarded on 8 festivals ! In a country where men seem more interested in their electronic gadgets than their peers, a group of lonely and disillusioned women take the Limbo Limbo bus. Off to a far exotic country, they hope to find the so expected happiness. They land on an island populated by a tribe of mustache-men. This meeting triggers the primitive instincts of these women who, without caring about the civilized behavior rules, start chasing them and pushed by the competitive spirit, are ready to fight the forces of nature in order to capture their prey : the male. Dans un monde où les femmes sont délaissées par les hommes, une poignée d’entre elles décident de prendre le Limbo-Limbo Bus dans l’espoir de trouver le bonheur tant espéré. Elles débarquent sur une île exotique lointaine, habitée par une tribu d’hommes-moustaches vivant nus, à l’état sauvage. Cette rencontre éveille les instincts primitifs des femmes qui, sans se soucier des règles de bienséance, se lancent à la chasse à l’homme… A non dialog crazy animated short film by Zsuzsanna Kreif & Borbala Zetenyi. A Mome and Lardux Films coproduction, Special Films for Special People !


7. The Emperor Machine -- Kananana

  • Published: 2009-05-26T23:49:54+00:00
  • Duration: 215
  • By Cassiano Prado
The Emperor Machine -- Kananana

Kananana is a music video come Science Fiction short. Under the gleaming, lifeless sprawl of an alien Dystopia, a desperate top-secret experiment is taking place. A machine is built to travel beyond the depths of space and time. It finds a primitive dimension and a planet whose inhabitants seem to have been expecting it... Written and Directed by: CASSIANO PRADO Music / Original Sound Track by: THE EMPEROR MACHINE / ANDY MEECHAM Artwork by: LA BOCA / SCOT BENDALL Music Label: DC RECORDINGS / JAMES DYER Scientist: ZAC ELLA Art Direction: CASSIANO PRADO / SCOT BENDALL (LA BOCA) / GUILHERME MARCONDES / MARIO DE TOLEDO SADER Stop Motion Animation: GUILHERME MARCONDES Editor: JORDAN CRUTE Sound design: KIERON TEATHER A.K.A WOLFSON Production Companies: AGILE FILMS / MIXER BRASIL Post-House (Future City): TRIBBO 3D Artist (Diamond Sequence): RALPH PINEL DoP: PETER EMERY Live Action Producer: ANDY EATON Camera Assistant: BEN JONES Storyboard Artist: ADAM BEER Styling: RAQUEL GARCIA Styling Assistant: JAZNA RAUSAVLJEVIC Thanks to: DIANE CHAN CIRO CÉSAR TRIBBO CREW JANE STOCKDALE JOÃO DE MENDONÇA PAULO BETO LIAM O’CONNOR


8. Jordan Belson: Bop Scotch

  • Published: 2015-03-20T18:29:24+00:00
  • Duration: 194
  • By CVM
Jordan Belson: Bop Scotch

An early film by Jordan Belson from 1952. No permission to use this video for public screenings is included, whether or not admission is charged. For private home use and classroom screening only. "[Belson's] early films animated real objects (pavements in Bop Scotch [1952]) and scroll paintings prepared like film strips with successive images (Mandala [1953]). Belson subsequently withdrew these films from circulation as imperfect and primitive, but they already reflect his refined plastic sensibility, fine color sense, and superb sense of dynamic structure. They also foreshadow his more accomplished expressions of mystical concepts, Bop Scotch seeming to reveal a hidden soul and life-force in "inanimate" objects." - Film historian William Moritz, 1996 For more on Belson and his work please visit www.centerforvisualmusic.org/Belson CVM offers 2 dvds with Belson’s films. Centerforvisualmusic.squarespace.com CVM is a 501(c) nonprofit archive. This file is (c) Center for Visual Music.


9. SURFACE MOUVEMENT - SURFACE LUMIERE

  • Published: 2013-09-03T17:57:50+00:00
  • Duration: 142
  • By Hugo Arcier
SURFACE MOUVEMENT - SURFACE LUMIERE

Directed by Hugo Arcier. 2013 Music by Thomas Mercier. Production Studio Hugo Arcier. https://www.facebook.com/hugo.arcier.artistpage This film is a tribute to artist and director Len Lye in the shape of a friendly confrontation between analog and digital. In most of his films, Len Lye uses a very particular technique: film scratching. Not only his medium is analog (the film) but also his work is completely manual, with a tool reduced to its bare minimum. This can seem contrary to the very technical world of computer generated images. And yet to me, it seemed judicious to combine these two universes and to show the influence that Len Lye’s films were able to have on my work and in a more general way, the fact that computer generated images do not represent a departure, but fall well within the continuity of artistic movements that preceded them. Even if the idea is attractive, for me, digital technology was never a revolution in the sense of a complete change of paradigm, I consider it rather as an evolution allowing to optimize, to improve or simply transform the existing The original music created for Surface movement – surface light by the composer Thomas Mercier was thought of in this same logic of analog material transmuted by digital technology. As in Len Lye’s films, this soundtrack multiplies the synchronous events with the image so that they become an inseparable unit. Beyond the tribute to Len Lye, the film, with its violent variations of luminosity, also draws near to flicker films, formed by a succession of hypnotic images (generally black and white). An experimental genre, also closely linked to film, because in its primitive form, it is the camera recording light onto the celluloid and then projecting this same light on screen. Among the first examples representing this genre are : Arnulf Rainer (1958-1960) by Peter Kubelka, The Flicker (1966) by Tony Conrad or even Ray Gun Virus (1966) by Paul Sharits. Len Lye liked the loop figure and the title of his first film, Tusalava, means “Everything begins again” in Samoan. To create Surface movement - surface light, I start from this brilliant analog material extracted from two of his films – Swinging the Lambeth Walk (1939) and Tal Farlow (1960;1980), and give it a new life in the time of digital and computer generated images. From this material I make a bright surface which deforms as if it wanted to get out, to explode its medium. It lights up the digital scenery, shifting surfaces in computer generated images. Without it, blackness. The digital material in this film is a repository and only exists thanks to the creations of Len Lye; but also, as in a painting by Soulages, it forms, transforms and emits in its turn. Hugo Arcier


10. Drift

Drift

http://www.driftthefilm.com DRIFT won the FIPRESCI award at the International Filmfestival of Mannheim-Heidelberg. The jury spoke of "a visceral and poetic experience that sometimes made us feel uneasy yet left indelible impressions on the minds and the hearts of the jury." A Belgian couple waits in an empty hotel in the Carpathian mountains. She suffers from a lingering illness. He helps her find her peace. Left alone, he escapes reality and starts to wander. DRIFT explores his quest for salvation on a mythical journey through a barren Romanian wasteland. Fighting his memories, the drifting man chooses not to speak and to loose himself in an animal-like and primitive existence. His simple but painful rituals echo an ancient culture long forgotten. As the past reveals itself, insanity sets in. Slowly, he disappears as well. a film by Benny Vandendriessche and Dirk Hendrikx written and directed by Benny Vandendriessche cast: Dirk Hendrikx, Lieve Meeussen, Constantin Cojocaru DOP: Carl Rottiers composer: Kris Dane editor: Tom Denoyette producer: Peter Krüger / Inti Films co-producer: Raymond van der Kaaij / Revolver supported by: VAF Flanders Audiovisual Fund, NFF Dutch Film Fund, Taxshelter of the Belgian government contact: Peter Krüger / Inti Films / Rue du Chantier 2 / B-1000 Brussels, Belgium / +32 (0)485 117 818 / [email protected] www.intifilms.com


11. The Nu Niles "El crujir de tus rodillas"

  • Published: 2009-06-29T23:30:35+00:00
  • Duration: 250
  • By Mario Cobo
The Nu Niles

The Nu Niles - "El Crujir de tus Rodillas" (M.Cobo) Dirección: Javier Ruiz y Guillermo Alvarez Fotografia: Patrick Bottiochio Producción: Aritz Cirbián Montaje: David Serrano Vestuario: Esther Cantillón Ayudantes: Toño Chouza Una producción de Primitive Films para The Nu Niles Editado en los discos "Destination Now" 2005 (LP ElToro Records -Spain y CD Revell Yell -Japan) "El Crujir de tus Rodillas / Ya llegan" 2009 7" PIAS Spain


12. Urban Junior "Hot shit from Switzerland"

Urban Junior

Primitive Films presents Urban Junior in 'Hot Shit From Switzerland' (live at his rehearsal studio) music by URBAN JUNIOR label VOODOO RHYTHM camera & cinematography PATRICK BOTTICCHIO sound engineer JAVIER R. CORTÉS produced by PRIMITIVE FILMS ©2013 primitivefilms primitivefilms.es urbanjunior.com voodoorhythm.com


13. SELFIE (Goran Stojadinovic)

SELFIE (Goran Stojadinovic)

©Primitive Films 2018 primitive-films.com [email protected] written & directed by Patrick Botticchio edited by Alberto Bernad "SELFIE" created & developed for the LAB @ Swiss Italian Television rsi.ch


14. Slow Down

  • Published: 2015-06-18T07:07:18+00:00
  • Duration: 255
  • By COMMENCAL
Slow Down

© Gary Thomas Fast food, fast cars, fast tracked, fast bikes…. To escape the pressures of modern life I like to take my bike to the mountains, alone or with friends, and enjoy time without keeping any records, without a watch, back to primitive needs, and simple pleasures. Join us in the Solukhumbu region of East Nepal. An ancient land still untouched by mass tourism and definitely the best place that I’ve ridden. When you ride the trails you can’t help thinking that the people who built them thought that mountain bikers would come here one day, they are so much fun to ride. These trips to the mountains really make me realise we need to slow down. To ride in Nepal enduromtbnepal.com and for films like this garythomasfilms.com


15. Tibetian Peoples Folk Festival

  • Published: 2008-10-06T13:49:57+00:00
  • Duration: 2050
  • By Kamil PINARCI
Tibetian Peoples Folk Festival

Tibetian Peoples Folk Festival I shot this fragment of video twelve years ago. The camera was primitive, not even Hi8 it was some basic Canon beginers stuff, my experience on films and shooting was primitive but the folk fest seems interesting. We should protect the rights of ethnic people and respect their culture. Although Tibetians are organized in feudal system and class order is very strong but they have rich and diverse culture. We should all try to understand and respect.


16. PRIMITIVE Animated Film 2013

PRIMITIVE Animated Film 2013

Proyecto en el que nos hemos embarcado para este 2013. Próximamente más información. www.uvecinco.com www.backtotheprimitive.com


17. Fashion Film: Primitive London

  • Published: 2011-08-13T19:38:55+00:00
  • Duration: 189
  • By Hong Yane Wang
Fashion Film: Primitive London

Edited by Hong Yane Wang


18. The Midnight Lovers & The Horny Horns - Rip It Up

The Midnight Lovers & The Horny Horns - Rip It Up

Directed by Patrick Botticchio Produced by Primitive Films Camera: Patrick Botticchio, Sacha De Nardo, Marco Moschini, Elizabeth La Rosa primitive-films.com 2019


19. TRAILER "El camí més llarg per tornar a casa"

  • Published: 2014-10-04T13:36:19+00:00
  • Duration: 131
  • By Sergi Pérez
TRAILER

"El Camino Más Largo Para Volver a Casa", una película del colectivo NIU d'INDI dirigida por Sergi Pérez en producción asociada con No Hay Banda. (c) 2014 NIU d'INDI (Marca Registrada de Primitive Films SCCL)


20. TWELVE DARK NOONS TRAILER

TWELVE DARK NOONS TRAILER

Trailer for the short film TWELVE DARK NOONS SACRED BONES RECORDS PRESENTS A FUTURE PRIMITIVE FILMS PRODUCTION IN COLLABORATION WITH NIGHT PEOPLE FEATURING NAKED ON THE VAGUE TWELVE DARK NOONS A psychedelic film for the apocalypse in twelve chapters. Featuring Naked On The Vague and a Clock of 12's. Shot in the Outback of Australia. NYC PREMIER Thursday, April 21st 2011 10:30PM 92YTribeca 200 Hudson St. www.92Y.org [email protected] www.aprimitivefuture.com Shot & Edited by Jacqueline Castel Music & Narration by Naked on the Vague