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Solipsist

USA, English, 11 mins

  • Director: Andrew Huang
  • Producer: Andrew Huang; David Lyons

CGiii Comment

'Experimental' is a term overly used, primarily, by inadequate filmmakers.
 
When a film is truly experimental, it astounds and astonishes.
 
The imagination and work involved in this film, astounds and astonishes.
 
And, it is an incredibly beautiful work of art.

Watch...
 

The(ir) Blurb...

SOLIPSIST is a three part experimental fantasy short film about otherworldly beings whose minds and bodies converge into one entity. Filled with elaborate costumes, stunning visual effects, and underwater puppets, the film is a non-narrative purely visual/audio experience designed to transport viewers through a hypnotic, dream-like experience. It consists of three parts, each featuring visually fantastic characters and creatures that converge with each other in surreal ways. The film concludes by featuring all three segments combine into a colorful, psychedelic finale.

Cast & Characters

Marissa Merrill;
Mary Elise Hayden;
Dustin Edward

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