‘This is why we love python!’

‘A quantum-fiction hardcore hacker’s cyber-mystic tale.’

‘Entertaining and very interesting. The Dr.Who of hackers.’

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Little Bubble of Laughter presents the sci-fi action comedy INTRAFLUX, a FULL HD 11 minutes short-film adaptation of the story ‘Intrafluxing The Matrix’ by code-meddler Crissalida, written in quantum-python and based on a true programing event.

Commander TimeStampFuture intrafluxes Time through a program, where programming elements with an identity of their own, argue and interact amongst each other.


Starring // Vidal Sancho, Vortex, Darq and TallBastard ..and an ET Beamship

Music // ‘Aido Hwedo’ by Satisfaccion Lab

Location // MS Stubnitz

Strace’s Voice Effects by DaPastaMasta Alessandra Dagos.

Written, Directed and Produced by Crissalida

…and also Camera, Lighting, Styling, Sound Design, Post-production, Special Effects and Quantum Python.

Special Thanks to //

George Cox, the source of my inspiration through his ‘Commander’ software for control and metrics for distributed applications presentation.

James Stevens, who randomly introduced me to the shooting location that would inspire the film adaptation.

Adam Burns, for believing in me.

Defunct FUNIX -Faculty Unix- for embracing my vi-rginity and fluxing my code perception.

This film is dedicated to all programmers and re-programmers out there who intraflux the matrix.


This film is written in quantum-python, hence some knowledge of programming language is a plus, although not essential.

We much welcome openings as ours can be a bit of a niche audience. So, if you can think of any suitable events to screen it and widen up code horizons, please do share with us, ADD A COMMENT on this page -which won’t show your personal details- or email us. Sci-Fi Film Festivals, Hacker’s Congresses, Tekkie Gatherings,’s all good.

CONTACT // infoATintrafluxDOTnet


…and stay tuned for a Screening near you in 2015!

Copyright 2015 Little Bubble of Laughter



Watch the Magnetically Free documentary in chapters here. More chapters are still being added, so bookmark it for a date in the near future!

Independent Researcher Jason Verbelli’s Magnetically Free London presentation on Free Energy Hidden Science and Structured Water, organized by Crissalida -Little Bubble of Laughter-

Themes include Platonic Solids, Geometric Order -Magnetic Resonance and Geometry of Fields-, Cymatics, Coded Magnets, Meta-Material -Nitinol-, Plasma Cosmology, Structured Water, Kirlian photography, Alternative Scientists – John Searle, Dewey B. Larson, Dan Winter, Nikola Tesla, Dr.Patrick Flanagan…-, and more.

Further info and links for this event on interactive invite here

Copyright 2013
Produced by Little Bubble of Laughter
Jason Verbelli further info


VDrom glimpse of Backspace, the independent clink street London based Net Lounge 1996-1999, provided a physical hub with media access shared networking resources and information and its own large servers for tea drinkers, artists, innovators and imagineers, slackers and hackers, hive builders and code meddlers who in a collective spirit of free net-working untapped and developed internet utility and the creative usage of other technologies.
Birthplace for many events, presentations, projects and creative collectives many live on to this day in their different incarnations such as SPC Media Lab Deckspace

Part of digital culture overview programs on independent interactive producers, produced by Crissalidafor Canal+’s Satelite Digital TV Broadcast. 14th Dec.’98 to 4th Jan.’99. copyright 1998-99 Little Bubble of Laughter

This is an mpeg4 1/2 size compressed version.


Nitinol shape-recovery memory metal within Jason Verbelli’s Free Energy Hidden Science presentation, London November 2012, produced by Crissalida Little Bubble of Laughter in collaboration with OneLove Get Real and Zeitgeist Movement uk

Interactive invite with further info links here. Just click on the screen as the video moves along.


The impact of technology within creative environs at the end of the millennium , featuring Graham Harwood, N1, Osmani Soundz, Cris Cheek, Shinkansen, Backspace and many more.
Shot between 1996-1999, most production credits go to Crissalida. Please see end credits for full details.
Soundtrack tittle ‘How much’ by Sevensensis
©1999 Little Bubble of Laughter