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1. Socially Awkward - A Socially Awkward Dinner

Socially Awkward - A Socially Awkward Dinner

A meeting of the minds on Manhattan island: creative young entrepreneurs discuss the grind and the glory. The second in a series of revealing interviews with today's young masters of art, fashion, design, music, and society. Produced by Socially Awkward Magazine Directed by Jonathan Stromberg Edited by Janna Hochberg ©2010 The Child-like Robots


2. HELLO FAYE - clip

HELLO FAYE - clip

Clip from award winning short film HELLO FAYE. After living in seclusion for years, a couple invites guests over for what becomes a socially awkward, emotionally destructive dinner party. Written and Directed by: Norman Yeung www.normanyeung.com Produced by: Morgan Rhys Tams for PUBLIC RADIO AND CAMERA ASSEMBLY RUNNING TIME: 16 minutes MEDIUM: Super 16mm YEAR: 2006 DISTRIBUTOR: Ouat Media


3. Turn the Tables

Turn the Tables

Turn the Tables is a film about a young man who is trying to make contact with people while going out for dinner in a restaurant. Unfortunately, he is a little bit socially awkward. Is he able to succeed? Or will he spend the evening by himself? An animated short film by Raymon Wittenberg Music & Sounddesign Toon Habraken Character design Raymon Wittenberg & Julia Jager 2D animation Anna Blom Carlo Pietramale Willem van den Boomen Iris van den Akker Inês Fernandes Max Peterse 2D colouring Iris van den Akker Jolijn Schuurmans Martijn van den Bosch Willem van den Boomen Carlo Pietramale Remco Brouwer Nikki de Vos Thanks to Rogier Wieland Danièle Knirim My family & friends Martin du Cloo Annemiek du Cloo Robert Lambermont Sophie Neeleman Jolijn Schuurmans Milan van Wezel My classmates My teachers Leon van Rooij Maarten Koopman Christoffel Manders Jeroen van de Korput Jenny van den Broeke Henk van Alphen Paul Moggré www.rjawittenberg.blogspot.com Festival screenings Turn the Tables 11-2016 Playgrounds - The Greenhouse exhibition and Playgrounds Next Film Program 10-2016 Thessalonoki Animation Festival 10-2016 Anima Mundi 10-2016 Cinekid Festival 10-2016 Helemaal Melkweg 09-2016 KLIK! Amsterdam Animation Festival - Dutch Panorama 09-2016 Festival Stop Motion Montreal - Student Competition 09-2016 OFFF by Night - The Greenhouse exhibition 09-2016 Nederlands Film Festival - Student Competition 09-2016 Portsmouth International Film Festival 09-2016 Shortcutz Amsterdam 08-2016 UITKORT - Uitmarkt Amsterdam 07-2016 Chassé Theater Breda 07-2016 International Open Film Festival 2016 / Semi Finalist 06-2016 Art All Night - Trenton: 5th Annual Film Festival 06-2016 ANNY: Animation Nights New York 04-2016 Ouarzazate International Film Festival 04-2016 UITKORT Filmtheater De Uitkijk Amsterdam 04-2016 International Children and Youth Animation Film Festival Varaždin 04-2016 Quebec Student Film Festival 04-2016 Between You And Me / Tilburg 03-2016 Filmhuis Breda 03-2016 Holland Animation Film Festival 12-2015 Anim!Arte International Student Animation Festival of Brasil


4. Teaser trailer Turn the Tables

Teaser trailer Turn the Tables

Turn the Tables is a film about a young man who is trying to make contact with people while going out for dinner in a restaurant. Unfortunately, he is a little bit socially awkward. Is he able to succeed? Or will he spend the evening by himself? An animated short film by Raymon Wittenberg Music & Sounddesign Toon Habraken www.rjawittenberg.blogspot.com Festival screenings Turn the Tables 11-2016 Playgrounds - The Greenhouse exhibition and Playgrounds Next Film Program 10-2016 Thessalonoki Animation Festival 10-2016 Anima Mundi 10-2016 Cinekid Festival 10-2016 Helemaal Melkweg 09-2016 KLIK! Amsterdam Animation Festival - Dutch Panorama 09-2016 Festival Stop Motion Montreal - Student Competition 09-2016 OFFF by Night - The Greenhouse exhibition 09-2016 Nederlands Film Festival - Student Competition 09-2016 Portsmouth International Film Festival 09-2016 Shortcutz Amsterdam 08-2016 UITKORT - Uitmarkt Amsterdam 07-2016 Chassé Theater Breda 07-2016 International Open Film Festival 2016 / Semi Finalist 06-2016 Art All Night - Trenton: 5th Annual Film Festival 06-2016 ANNY: Animation Nights New York 04-2016 Ouarzazate International Film Festival 04-2016 UITKORT Filmtheater De Uitkijk Amsterdam 04-2016 International Children and Youth Animation Film Festival Varaždin 04-2016 Quebec Student Film Festival 04-2016 Between You And Me / Tilburg 03-2016 Filmhuis Breda 03-2016 Holland Animation Film Festival 12-2015 Anim!Arte International Student Animation Festival of Brasil


5. HELLO FAYE, Written & Directed by Norman Yeung (2006)

  • Published: 2016-05-10T17:21:11+00:00
  • Duration: 995
  • By Norman Yeung
HELLO FAYE, Written & Directed by Norman Yeung (2006)

LOG LINE: Dinner is very ruined. SHORT SYNOPSIS: After living in seclusion for years, a couple invite guests over for what becomes a socially awkward, emotionally destructive dinner party. LONG SYNOPSIS: Faye (Jo Chim) has been emotionally traumatised. In order to shake her out of her depression, her husband, Philip (Lee Kim), invites guests for a surprise dinner party. The dinner goes horribly wrong as the guests unwittingly do all the wrong things. The husband struggles to keep Faye from snapping. She snaps. CAST: Jo Chim, Lee Kim, Melissa Poll, Zaib Shaikh WRITER & DIRECTOR: Norman Yeung PRODUCER: Morgan Rhys Tams DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY: Chris Clifford PRODUCTION DESIGNER: James Algie COSTUME DESIGNER: Claire Edmondson EDITOR: Gareth C. Scales SOUND DESIGNER: George Spanos COMPOSER & MUSICAL DIRECTOR: David Arcus


6. Textual Relations by Cate Ashwood

Textual Relations by Cate Ashwood

WRITTEN REVIEW: https://straightg3.com/reviews/textual-relations/ Evolutionary psychology professor Henry Hathaway is ready to spend his birthday the same way he does every year: a good teeth cleaning followed by dinner with his brother. But when he receives a wrong-number text confirming the details of a date, he does what any considerate person would—he goes to meet them and explain why they've been stood up. Asher Wescott hadn't expected his blind date to go well, because when do they ever? Henry shows up instead, and things are suddenly looking up. Socially awkward and attached to his routines, Henry is nevertheless one of the most charming and kind men Asher has met in a long time. Too bad he's not Henry's type. An accidental date, an impulsive kiss, and a few conflicted feelings later, can Asher get Henry to see the world—and him—in a different light?