Director Tim Georgeson’s Mystique Sequence is an emotionally driven environmental film that explores the connection between the ocean and the landscape of Montauk, the most mystical and easterly point of Long Island. Through weather and textures, voice, sound design, spectacular scenes from high above and way below, and an eye that wanders deeply into both the elements of land and water, the tapestry of these landscapes are highlighted, fused, and resolved. Narrated by Alan Watts with a soundtrack provided by Thus Owls, this powerful film evokes, and also questions, our world.

Underwritten by The Surf Lodge, who premiered the film at the Montauk HQ in August of 2019, the short was produced by Johnny Fego & Picture Farm, DP’d by Soren Nielsen and edited by Toddy Stewart and is a companion piece to Georgeson’s “Land of Many Winds.”

Winner of the Director’s Pick award at the Byron Bay Film Festival, the film made the shortlist in the Location category at the 2019 edition of the CICLOPE Festival and will be presented at the 2019 Coast Film Festival in Laguna Beach.

We are proud to announce Tim Georgeson’s  film “Mystique Sequence” is a ten-best finalist in the Oceanic Global film fest!  The festival, which spotlights visual artists focusing on sustainability in their work, is live for public voting via You Tube right now. Click this link, watch the film and give it a “thumbs up!   (THE LINK)

“Oceanic Global is excited to announce the Top 10 finalists in our #OGShortFilmFest, spotlighting visual artists focusing on sustainability in their work. Explore the Oceanic Global Short Film Fest 2020 playlist to view all ten films on YouTube, using the “like” function to cast a vote for your favorite! Look for individual finalist spotlights on Oceanic Global social media daily – Instagram & Facebook likes and comments (on will boost the featured film’s final score! Social media voting will close on 10/20, and the final 4 winners will be announced later this month.”