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Can We Save Our Oceans?

This short film is an introspective journey, from lost to encounter. Elisa feels unable to find her way and decides to look out what is going on, thinking that the answer is somewhere out there.

A documentary that explores the cycle of life, beauty and commitment through the vision of Donald Dreifuss, an artist and horticulture who lives isolated in a farm in New Hampshire.

In 2017, architect and artist Bolek Ryzinski created his first Art Space, a 12’ x 12’ x 9’ cube with twelve rotating, mirrored and painted panels that produce a kinetic, kaleidoscopic experience. The unveiling of the Cube was accompanied by music composed by award-winning composer Shiuan Chang and the New York choral group Ekemeles Ensemble.

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OFFICIAL SELECTION - International New Y

In the Summer of 2016, artist Bolek Ryzinski started to work on a multidisciplinary exhibition. The Wayward Project explores the creative mind of Ryzinski during the process.

Brooklyn 2019
Length 9min
The Collector 2019
Length 39min
The Wayward Cube 2018
Length 7 min
The Wayward Project 2017
Length: 10 min
Back to the Wild



* International Fine Arts Film Festival of Santa Barbara

(Santa Barbara CA, US)

* The Tylerman Film Festival

(Chicago, US)

*Made in Here Showcase (Burlington and White River Junction VT, US)

* Chicago Independent Film (+TV) Festival. (Chicago IL, US)



* American Golden Picture International Film Festival (Jacksonville, US)

* Aphrodite Film Awards

(New York, 2019)

* International New York Film Festival (New York, 2020)



* International Fine Arts Film Festival of Santa Barbara

(Santa Barbara CA, US)

* Door Kinetic Arts Festival (Door County WI, US)


* Global Shorts

(Los Angeles CA, US)

* Vegas Movie Awards

(Las Vegas NV, US)


* New York Short Film Festival (New York NY, US)



* Master of Arts Film Festival (Sofia, Bulgary)

* Art Color Digital Cinema International Film Festival (Montreal QB, CAN)

* American FIlmatic Arts

(Brooklyn NY, US)

* New York Film Screenings

(New York NY, US)

Governing Polution
Cry Us a River
Climate Change, Reversed
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Born in Caracas, Venezuela, Marité is a multimedia journalist and award-winning filmmaker. Since 2007, she has been documenting artists process and gastronomy traditions in Venezuela and the United States. With “The Wayward Project” (2017) she made her debut into the film festivals' marketplace. Her work has been officially selected abroad United States as well as Sofia (Bulgaria) and Montreal (Canada). The Wayward Cube has received the Best Documentary Award in Door Kinetic Arts Festival and The International Fine Arts Film Festivals of Santa Barbara. Marité is based in Brooklyn, NY. 

Tel: 917 727.5091
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