Short of the Week
Self-Assembly Rabbit and Deer The Grey Matter Heavyweight

Self-Assembly

Horror about Loss in Special FX

Self-Assembly

Horror about Loss in Special FX

Self-Assembly

Horror about Loss in Special FX

Self-Assembly

Horror about Loss in Special FX

Self-Assembly

Horror about Loss in Special FX

Self-Assembly

Horror about Loss in Special FX

Self-Assembly

Horror about Loss in Special FX

Rabbit and Deer

Comedy about Other Worlds in Animation

Rabbit and Deer

Comedy about Other Worlds in Animation

Rabbit and Deer

Comedy about Other Worlds in Animation

Rabbit and Deer

Comedy about Other Worlds in Animation

Rabbit and Deer

Comedy about Other Worlds in Animation

Rabbit and Deer

Comedy about Other Worlds in Animation

The Grey Matter

Dark Comedy about Reality in Live-Action

The Grey Matter

Dark Comedy about Reality in Live-Action

The Grey Matter

Dark Comedy about Reality in Live-Action

The Grey Matter

Dark Comedy about Reality in Live-Action

The Grey Matter

Dark Comedy about Reality in Live-Action

Heavyweight

Drama about Identity in Live-Action

Heavyweight

Drama about Identity in Live-Action

Heavyweight

Drama about Identity in Live-Action

Heavyweight

Drama about Identity in Live-Action
Horror about Loss in Special FX
Ray Sullivan / 12 min / Ireland / 2014

In a self-assembly cabinet, bereaved parents find a monstrous substitute for their dead son.

Comedy about Other Worlds in Animation
Péter Vácz, Attila Bertóti / 16 min / Hungary / 2014

One of the best animations of the year, Rabbit and Deer are living happily and careless until their friendship is put to the test by Deer’s new obsession to find the formula for the 3rd dimension.

Dark Comedy about Reality in Live-Action
Luke McCoubrey, Peter McCoubrey / 17 min / USA / 2014

An office stiff wakes up in an alley mysteriously covered in blood. In the aftermath, he attracts the attention of his beautiful coworker, granting him a new lease on life …but something strange is afoot.

Drama about Identity in Live-Action
Jesper Quistgaard / 16 min / Denmark / 2014

After realizing that his 6-year-old son thinks he is working as a police officer punishing villains, a burdened parking attendant feels inspired to use his infamous profession to turn vigilante.

Tragedy about Identity in Live-Action
Chinonye Chukwu / 15 min / USA / 2014

A tale of tragedy and acceptance as a man revisits his old neighborhood and contemplates a fateful event from his childhood.

Dramedy about Growth in Live-Action
Nick Vitale, Tyler Nilson / 10 min / USA / 2014

When a new bridge is built connecting his island to the mainland, a boy has to come to grips with the change and opportunities that come along with it.

Thriller about Conspiracy in Live-Action
Josh Tanner / 18 min / Australia / 2014

A man returns to the midwestern farm of his childhood on a desperate mission to unearth the horrifying truth of what landed there in the summer of 1960.

Interview / December 8, 2014

Australian short The Landing is one of those film’s that’s going to leave you with questions. Whether based around the impressive craft on show in the production of the piece…

Documentary about Community in Live-Action
Ryan Reichenfeld / 12 min / USA / 2014

The story of Arizona teenager Sean – A small-town skate enthusiast with dreams of making it big.

Comedy about Friendship in Live-Action
Alexander Engel / 3 min / USA / 2014

Two college kids. First apartment. Shit gets real. Fast.

Sci-Fi about Love in Live-Action
Wilson Bethel, Dugan O'Neal / 11 min / USA / 2014

A tale of love lost in the distant future where people relive their fondest memories with virtual reality.

Adventure about Family in Animation
Yulya Aronova / 6 min / Russia / 2014

Life’s a breeze when your mom is an airplane! Yulya Aronova’s Annie-nominated short film is child-like innocence and wonder epitomized.

Horror about Family in Interactive

John is fighting to survive after being injured during a battle with a zombie. The viewer has to help him to make a test which will figure out the fate of him and his daughter.

Romance about Human Nature in Live-Action
Shimmy Marcus / 14 min / Ireland / 2014

When two strangers meet by circumstance, they spend the day together and overcome the obstacles of their language barrier through emotional connection.

Essay about Family in Live-Action
Douglas Gautraud / 5 min / USA / 2014

A beautiful ode to to grandfathers, moms, and discovering what being an adult means.


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