Origin of author: United States
Place of recording: Maldives
Length: 5 minutes
Award: GOLD. FOOTAGE.FILM Award for the best music video of the festival.
"Strangest Things" is an intriguing 5-minute short film created by American author Dustin Adamson. Filmed in the exquisite waters of the Maldives, this short film has won the coveted FOOTAGE.FILM Award, with the GOLD rail for best music video of the festival.
The short film is inspired by the hit Netflix series "Stranger Things" and immerses us in an underwater world that seems to be taken from a parallel dimension. Through captivating images, "Strangest Things" introduces us to some of the most surprising and curious sea creatures that inhabit the oceans. Most strikingly, it is complemented by artificial sound effects that add a unique and mysterious dimension to the experience.
This short film is a tribute to the beauty and strangeness of marine life, and at the same time, a work of art that plays with perception and reality. "Strangest Things" is an invitation to explore the mysteries of the ocean and to appreciate the diversity of creatures that inhabit it, all framed in an environment that evokes the magic and mystery of the popular television series that inspired it.