Film + Video

Anatola is currently a sophomore studying Film and Television Production at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts.


Winter 2071

A girl travels to the Winter of 2071 and experiences the effects that climate change and technology have had on our future.

Written, directed, and edited by Anatola Araba.

The first of 5 short films created in Sight & Sound: Filmmaking at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts.

To meet class requirements, the film is MOS (without sound).

Little Daughter

Little Daughter - Based on the African Children's Story "The Sweetest Song".

Written, directed, and edited by Anatola Araba Pabst.

The first of 5 short films created in Sight & Sound: Filmmaking at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts.

To meet class requirements, the film is black + white and MOS (without sound).

Afropunk Army Music Feature #001

Ntu is an NYC-based singer/songwriter and producer from Northern Virginia. Through sultry R&B vocals, twitchy Hip-Hop beats, and electronic experimentalism, he imagines worlds beyond whiteness. “Pile” explores this idea of generational trauma, how we inherit and deal with pain our ancestors carried. But it’s also about how we may find peace in the past as well.

Animated by Anatola Araba.


Symphony in the Sea

Written and animated by: Anatola Araba


Dear Isaac

Peer into the psychedelic keyhole to discover the deep blue of the soul. 

A Facets Media Production

Director and Producer: William Isaac Lockhart

Cinematographer: Bryant Norman

Editor: Anatola Pabst

Wardrobe: Sean Hinkson


New York Fashion Week 2018 Runway Show

Behold the unique styles of fashion designer Vivienne Tam in her runway show at Style Fashion Week in March 2018. 

Filmed with broadcast media company, Addy Media.

Edited by: Anatola Araba


Welcome to Eulerity

Informative video for LNRD by Eulerity

A training video for LNRD by Eulerity, an artificial intelligence-powered digital marketing app. Video edited and narrated by Anatola Araba Pabst.


Mark Bloch Postal Art Network (PAN) Archive

Documentation of Mark Bloch and his postal art network archived at the Fales Special Collections

Library of New York University

Before artists networked through the internet, they found ways to network through the mail. Mark Bloch, a mail artist, writer, and performance artist has been collecting various pieces of art sent to him through the mail from all over the world. His story will give you a new perspective on the infinite ways of connecting with other creatives, means of sharing creative work, and the meaning of art itself.

 

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