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Sensational, beautiful, remarkable. Of course we can’t possibly see everything, but this is where we share film, photography and content from around the world along with the latest Fat Fred news.

The Bear, The Hare & Merry Christmas!

There once was an animal who had never seen Christmas. As autumn winds turn to winter snow, the bear begins his annual retreat into hibernation to sleep his way through the best part of the year. The festive spirit is strong though, and his friend the hare is determined to give him a gift he…

Myst Directed by Thomas Blanchard

Directed by Thomas Blanchard, Myst is an experimental video combining geometric shapes with colorful acrylic inks. The video is the first part of the exhibition “Kingdom of Colors”, which took place at the art gallery “Arthouse” in Washington DC. Please visit his website here.  

A Story about Photographer Lars Schneider

Lars Schneider, a photographer and filmmaker who uses his work as a form of artistic expression. This is a short and personal piece about his life as a photographer, when he is not on assignment, shooting for clients in the outdoor, travel or lifestyle industry.  

Kids Foundation Directed by Anne de Clercq

Anne de Clercq directed this new film for Kids Foundation. Watch the spot on our website.

Transient a Short Film Created by Dustin Farrell

Transient – A beautiful short film that captures lightning at 1,000 frames per second. Created by filmmaker and photographer Dustin Farrell. He spent over a month this summer traveling some 20,000 miles for the sole purpose of filming thunderstorms around the United States.  

Welcome Back Julius Rooymans

We are more than happy that Julius Rooymans is back at Fat Fred! Julius is one of those photographers and directors, who is able to take control of every situation or location. No matter what job you throw at him, he always comes up with an inspiring visual solution and executes it to perfection. Please…

Allegro – Talizman Directed by Jesper Ericstam

Jesper Ericstam directed the new Allegro film. The new film is a tale about a little boy and his lucky talizman. In the spot, the boy is given the talizman purse by his parents as a gift, bought online from Allegro as he’s pretending to be a native American in a teepee. It appears to…

The Art of Flying a Short Film by Jan van IJken

Short film about “murmurations”: the mysterious flights of the common starling. It is still unknown how the thousands of birds are able to fly in such dense swarms without colliding. Every night the starlings gather at dusk to perform their stunning air show. The Art of Flying made by filmmaker Jan van IJken, can be…

Soof the Series Directed by Anne de Clercq

Anne de Clercq directed the series Soof: “a new beginning”, this is now to see at Videoland. This means that Anne is available again for new jobs. View her work on our website  

Facades by Photographer Zacharie Gaudrillot-Roy

Facades is an ongoing series by French photographer Zacharie Gaudrillot-Roy which strips isolated buildings of everything but their forward-facing exteriors. You can see more of Gaudrillot-Roy’s facades projects on his website

Zurich 2.0

Explore streets and buildings of a surreal version of the city of Zurich. Created by using several 3D scans of roads and buildings, Dirk Koy has produced an interactive video that takes you on a trip through a surreal city of Zurich in Switzerland. While floating freely through a fragmented environment, viewers can make a…

Tergo a Charles Willcocks Film

Tergo, “a modern day fable for anybody who might be lonely and caught up in the rat race of life.” Directed by 3D lighting artist Charles Willcocks, this touching short film is telling the story of Tergo, a lonely cleaning robot lost in the urban machine of London.  

Elements – Art film by Maxim Zhestkov

Maxim Zhestkov is a Russia based visual artist and art director specializing in animation, design, and cinematography. During the past years, he has worked for an impressive range of clients. Besides all the commissioned projects, he loves to work on self-initiated short films. Elements is an experimental animation about nature, physics, art, and love.  

Ignight – An Experimental Long Exposure Light Film by Daniel Barreto

Ignite is an experimental animation from 24-year-old artist Daneil Barreto. The clip was made with hundreds of long exposure photos of various LEDs similar to a stop-motion film or timelapse. Nothing is digital.  

Wind – Animated Short Film by Robert Löbel

Robert Löbel is a German animator and illustrator who currently lives and works in Berlin. As graduation project at the HAW Hamburg Department Design, he has directed this funny animated short film called ‘Wind’. The animation tells the story of a region where people have to deal with a permanent strong wind. All animations and illustrations…

After Hours in Hamburg by Mark Broyer.

Mark Broyer is actually working as a freelance art director and graphic designer in Hamburg, Germany. Besides all the design stuff he’s doing, Mark simply likes to take pictures of all the things around him. Captured from 2016 – 2017, the series ‘After Hours in Hamburg’ shows different locations such as bars, hotels, and some…

Polaroids Shot by Fashion Photographer Steve Hiett.

Steve Hiett is an internationally recognized photographer who’s best known for his distinctive fashion portraits of women in almost picturesque images caused by a strong, saturated light. Paris based gallery Madé currently presents a unique series of Polaroids by Steve Hiett. It’s a very special and quite personal collection. Each element of the scene has been captured…

Happy Place – Short Film by Sharp & Jenkins

The award winning British writer/director duo Tom Jenkins and Simon Sharp (Sharp & Jenkins) produced “Happy Place”, a lovely short film where a lonely radio-controlled toy truck uses its imagination to go on an exciting journey. The entire film has been produced, directed, shot, and cut by Tom Jenkins and Simon Sharp. Almost every scene…

Setting the Stage by Eddo Hartmann.

Photographer Eddo Hartmann travelled four times to North Korea between 2014 and 2017 to create his groundbreaking project ‘Setting the Stage’ in cooperation with Koryo Studio. The website presents Hartmann’s photographic work, video instalations and 360 footage. Setting the Stage will be on view from December 9th 2017 until March 4th 2018 at Huis Marseille,…