08.03.12 by Jeff

SOLIPSIST

slamdance 2012 winner Solipsist experimental short film by Andrew Thomas Huang
“SOLIPSIST”, an astonishing experimental short film by Andrew Thomas Huang. I enjoyed every delicious second and then I watched it again. I can definitely see why this film won the Special Jury Prize for Experimental Short at SLAMDANCE 2012.

Watch the film below!

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Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • Marie Antoinette

    wow is an understatement. mind blowing.

    • http://www.jeffhamada.com/ Jeff

      yea one of the best things i’ve seen in the past few months

  • TOASTRANDER

    So incredibly odd and disturbing and beautiful. Must have taken so long to produce!

  • http://okasha.daportfolio.com Dalton Sjogren

    I thought the title of the film added a cool dimension to all of the eye candy.

  • Andruss

    For some reason the making of seems and sounds nicer. Maybe I just really like the soundtrack for the making of.

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  • Jessie

    A delight for all of the senses. I thought the sound, especially intriguing, those sounds were so bizarre yet perfectly natural coming from these creatures.

    thumbs up!

  • Ale

    watching this video is like travelling

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  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=703375556 Bryce Evans

    Anyone else feel like the theme is art through connection? When we truly connect with others on the deepest possible level, we create the most vibrant and beautiful world.

    Regardless, wow…





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