Filmmaker/artist Rosto and his Studio Rosto A.D are internationally well-known for his music videos, TV work and independent short films. The short film (The Rise and Fall of the Legendary) Anglobilly Feverson had its world premiere at the International Film Festival in Rotterdam, followed by an impressive string of prestigious international festivals and worldwide recognition of Rosto’s work. The next short film Jona/Tomberry, winner of the Grand Prix Canal+ at the film festival of Cannes 2005, completed the trilogy of “Mind My Gap” films. Mind My Gap is Rosto A.D’s mixed media project that began as an online graphic novel and was expanded with music, films and print. An overview of the films and related works were put on display at several international festivals, including Annecy in 2008. Rosto is also known and respected as a guest lecturer, speaker or juror all over the world. Music has always been the driving force in Rosto’s work. His films attracted the attention of international artists: for his work The Monster of Nix this resulted in collaborations with the Metropole Orchestra, The Residents, Terry Gilliam and Tom Waits. Rosto’s film work is not only seen at festivals; besides TV broadcasts his shorts were screened in Dutch theatres and The Monster of Nix was even released as a stand-alone. After Lonely Bones (Rotterdam 2013, Clermont-Ferrand 2013, Grand Prix at Ottawa 2013) Splintertime is Rosto’s third in a series of four Wreckers films and he’s currently meditating on a couple of feature film concepts.