Jack has the perfect birthday surprise planned for Emelie. Sometimes, though, plans go horrifically wrong. The new short film from Blue Tongue Films & Nash Edgerton.
Jean-Paul Clément checks into a hotel and faces a personal dilemma in this short from Cashback director, Sean Ellis.
Comics legend Alan Moore along with Mitch Jenkins unveil a phantasmagoric English dreamtime made of goosefleshed pin-up girls, burned out comedians and faulty lights, with judgement just behind the tinsel.
A robot’s life story emerges during a casting session in this short film from feature director Kerry Conran
A woman spends her life dreaming the dreams of a stranger—until she runs into him.
A unique Branded Content Series from Intel and Toshiba directed by 2011 Sundance Grand Jury Winner Drake Doremus (Like Crazy)
The distances we go to prevent the ones we love from changing in this short from famed concept filmmaker, Nacho Vigalondo.
Complementing Wes Anderson’s Moonrise Kingdom is this collection of super brief animated short stories based on the main character’s library books.
Comedy/Music Duo rebound from a disappointing feature film with a killer short.
Award-winning cinematographer and DSLR-expert Vincent LaForet continues his collaboration with Canon in this showcase film for the new c300 camera.
3 new visions of horror from leading filmmakers as they adapt video game classics to the world of short film.
When the bookstore closes, the characters on the book covers come alive in this collaboration between designer Olympia Le-Tan and filmmaker Spike Jonze.
Jason Reitman’s breakthrough short film follows Robert as he learns that it’s the little things in life that count the most.
Adam Wingard’s latest feature “You’re Next” will be coming to a theater near you soon. But for now, check out this series of three meditative shorts about damaged, desirable, dangerous women.
The 2003 Oscar winner, this film is a searing and intimate portrait of a single-mom and her 4 children in contemporary Britain.
Drew Barrymore updates West Side Story in this MTV-produced project for buzz-band Best Coast.
TV’s Tim and Eric descended upon Sundance 2011 with this, a short film of unbridled crudity.
Sand-artist superstar Kseniya Simonova returns in this branded piece for Dior.
A band of teenage friends struggle to find their place in a tumultuous militant world in this short film by Spike Jonze for the indie group, Arcade Fire.
Who am I? It is a question we all ask. For high-schooler Katori Shintarou the question becomes more urgent when the Earth Defender Freshmen show up to defend the world—from him!
Written, starring and directed by Vin Diesel this 1995 short film gave the future action star his break. Playing a largely autobiographical role, we see the struggles of a young actor.
What would happen if you interrupted Lars von Trier during a movie? It’s not pretty.
Harmony Korine & Die Antwoord team up for this bizarre film that follows the antics of two wheelchair-bound rapscallions.
Before he became household name, Jason Reitman created this clever comedy about a couple looking to iron out a few details before they hook up.
A bizarre instructional film from Gus Van Sant’s early days as a filmmaker that teaches us to perfect the details of everyday life and turns out to be an appropriate allegory for filmmaking.