Tea in a Thunder Cup
A psychological 'Art Film' which features cleverly included script, video art, performance-based works and animation; created via a collaboration with international artists. A message runs throughout the storyline about the world of on-line interactivity and the subsequent dangers of the Internet in the lives of everyday humans. A child is drawn into a labyrinth of murder and intrigue as he befriends a stranger, who has great aspirations to be more than just a casual acquaintance. He will stop at nothing to reach the boy. This film is narrated by Death as a woman and encompasses a strange surreal journey through a killer's mental landscape.
The contributing artists are Ulf Kristiansen, Richard Jochum, Christopher Borkowski, Lee Wells, Ali Ettehad, Danny Germansen, Joas Sebastian Nebe, Anders Weberg, Michael Douglas Hawk, Lizet Benrey, Larry Caveney, Bill Millett, Glenn William Church, Neil Howe, Icetrip Estevez, Victor Martinez Diaz, GermÃ¡n Britch, Verena Stenke Pagnes and Andrea Pagnes, William Esdale, Alberto Guerreiro, Masha Yozefpolsky, Grant Bayman, Fritz Schultz and Alison Williams. They all help to provoke that special magical essence which makes the twist in this unusual tale.
'The boy with the imaginary friend; Written and directed by Alison Williams;
Co-Directors: Neil Howe (for Australian scenes) & Danny Germansen (Denmark)
Filmed in Mexico, USA, Iran, Portugal, Germany, South Africa, Italy, UK, Australia, Argentina, Norway, Denmark, Israel and Sweden and coordinated using a free social networking website, free on-line service providers and a very different and genuine approach to movie making. One that encompasses no fear, uses the spirit of art as the medium for collaboration across cultures. Thought makes action, so be careful what you think !