World War II soldier-turned-U.S. Marshal Teddy Daniels investigates the disappearance of a patient from a hospital for the criminally insane, but his efforts are compromised by his troubling visions and also by a mysterious doctor.
A newly married couple discovers disturbing, ghostly images in photographs they develop after a tragic accident. Fearing the manifestations may be connected, they investigate and learn that some mysteries are better left unsolved.
Rasheed (Lal) is a Malayali non-resident Indian working in the Gulf. He is on vacation in his hometown, Kozhikode in order to solemnise his daughter's engagement. Rasheed has invested in a commercial property next to his house which he has let out to store owners, except for one room. He hopes to use this room to start a business on his final return from the Gulf. During his holiday this room becomes a meeting place for Rasheed and his friends, where they bond over drinks every night. Manoharan (Sreenivasan) is a filmmaker wandering in the same city in search of a producer for his film.
A man comes to the chilling realization that he is not alone when he finds odd images of himself taken from inside his home.
A young photographer and his girlfriend discover mysterious shadows in their photographs after a tragic accident. They soon learn that you can not escape your past.
A supernatural stalker pursues a super model to steal her soul with his demonic camera.
Piece in which Dieter Meier, to whom Markopoulos once dedicated a feature film, displaces his visage through the shutter of the film camera.
Shutter is an experimental short film built around a series of literary references.
'What I am concerned with in this film is not only the flicker effect, but also the coming and going of an eye-like shape on screen which was created by a fade-in-out device while shooting the light/the bulb of the projector. The viewer literally looks into the light which acts like an eye.'(T.I.)
Using live footage of the 1981 total solar eclipse documented on film by amateur astronomer Andreas Gada, SHUTTER presents a visual metaphor for the shifting and magic light that occurs on the rare days of this celestial phenomenon.
When a young photographer stumbles into a crime scene in the quaint town of West Lane, it's up to him and his friends to figure out what to do next.
Tom watches and studies films of some of his earlier encounters with Jerry, much like game films; he runs them backwards and stops them so he can study them more closely, all the while scribbling notes. Jerry pulls up a box of popcorn and watches, too. Tom notices Jerry and chases him into his hole. Tom designs a better mousetrap, but Jerry alters the plans, so it doesn't work any better than it did the first time the footage was used, in Designs on Jerry (1955).
Naktan, who loves to take phot, has taken up a job for a travel agency, to take photos for their travel magazines. During his photo taking, he finds a riddle soul, from a 20 years old film, appearing in his picture. After this, he meets many horror things which stimulate his curiosity to search for the truth. In his horror, he realize that Tost, an owner of the old film, has cruelly murdered a woman........
Glamorous screen star Woody Woodpecker is constantly beset by a publicity photographer who wants to take his picture. Finally, Woody gets away for a vacation in the woods, thinking that he has escaped the bright lights and publicity men for a while. However, who shows up but the pesky photographer? Woody tries a number of tricks to get rid of the photographer, including setting a grizzly bear on him. In the end, the photographer gets back at Woody with a cannonball in the rear end.
An empty 16mm film projector is digitally rephotographed and brought into the digital domain. Video acts as a kind of microscope, revealing hidden pleasures that were present at this time.
Two projectors pulse in tandem
The movie Tokyo Shutter Girl, based on the comic series by Kenichi Kiriki, consists of three separate works by three separate directors, each set in Tokyo. It is about three Japanese schoolgirls in a photo club.
The girls are good friends at junior high school. Three of them seem to adjust and move forward upon entering high school, but the fourth of them is not having a seamless time of it. High school is not comfortable and the transition is full of memories, nostalgia and yearning. This is the story of a sixteen-year-old girl and also a camera. Kanazawa Shutter Girl picks up inspiration from the manga, and the subsequent movie, called Tokyo Shutter Girl and is helmed by one of its predecessor's's directors.
At the Thunderbird Hotel, Danny, a reporter, sees camera buff Jerry take a picture of a passing maid. The photograph, developed in seconds, shows that the maid is nude; the camera apparently undresses the dressed.