I personally belive that it might be fun to add some Man Ray short films, some Hans Richter or Luis Buñuel's "Un Chien Andalou".
Adding bits of old German or French experimental films to the shorts block would add a bit of contrast to the film selection.
Realize this might be a little late in the game, but just wondering if anyone needs music for any of their films. I'm in a project right now, paired with a singer/songwriter up in Olympia. We've never met, but are fairly prolific at making the folk/psychedelia/ambient stuff. My contributions are more on the electric and synth, and she does most of the weird acoustic and vocal stuff. Here's a link where we've put a lot of our rough finished bits:
Three classic Lovecraft tales brought to life through puppets and miniatures:
The Picture in The House
A traveler seeks shelter from a sudden storm in a decaying old house. In the living room of the apparently abandoned house, he finds a weird old book entitled "The Kingdom of Congo." What secrets does it hold?
The Dunwich Horror
Awakened in the middle of the night by the snarls and barks of his watchdog, a University professor makes a grim and disturbing discovery in his library. Will he be able to thwart the plans of the degenerate Whateley clan? Read more
An experimental surgeon in the 1940’s develops a new life support device, one that promises to maintain the health of the human brain no matter what condition the body is in. Eager to prove the worth of his research, he persuades a terminally ill colleague, Professor Julian Maxwell, to become his test subject. Read more
In 1893, two book dealers arrive at a prairie home to pick-up their latest occult acquisition. They discover a dark supernatural force has been unleashed upon the home's owners and use turn of the century technology to exorcise the eldritch evil. A Steam-Punk tale inspired by the works of H.P. Lovecraft.
An excerpt from Plato's Republic, the 'Allegory of the Cave' is a classic commentary on the human condition. It is an example of the philosophical underpinnings of Lovecraft's thought and fiction. Fans of cosmic horror should have no trouble discerning in Plato's allegory the roots of Lovecraft's theme of awakening to a vast and terrible ultimate reality Read more
Justin Sayer (Brad Renfro) suffers from a mental illness which causes vivid hallucinations. The voices in his head have forced him to isolate himself from the world and from his two year old son. After several unsuccessful attempts by visiting therapists to cure him, Justin attempts to hide his illness from a new therapist. But this therapist is unlike the others.