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.
In an alien world, a creature is granted the chance to alter the future.
The inhabitants of an extremely windy area learn to deal with their difficult living conditions.
With exuberant dancing and magical passion, Patrick shares his inspiration and invites everyone to participate.
This dog has a new best friend—his own tail! An award winning 2.5D animated short from director Milen Vitanov.
The “Centrifuge Brain Project” gives an insight on scientific experiments with amusement park rides.
Somali pirates take over a huge cargo freighter at sea. Things don’t look good for our crew, but they have an ace up their sleeve—Vestrons! Engage!
Visual artist Max Hattler transitions from the digital to the practical in this amazing stop-motion piece which traces the history of 20th century art and design.
German student Marius Herzog produced this incredible and lush gothic animation as his graduation film in 2009.
In the quiet of the forest, Firebugs secretly amass for worship only to fall victim to a foe pulling the strings in this realistic CG film from Germany.
Enter the disturbing world of David OReilly (Please Say Something) for a spin into low-poly, subconscious madness.
A mind-bending trip through the unconscious loosely based on a polynesian prophecy.
In a bleak future, a lost soul seeks desperate measures to escape his luck. The punishment if caught? Years spent locked up in his own personal nightmare.
Simple, fresh animation about the complex relationship between a cat and mouse.
A brief yet inventive 16mm short highlights our hero’s journey into the cinema screen in order to save the starlet he loves.
A lonely man struggles to keep a big secret living in his small apartment.
What we see as centuries of progress—two rocks see as just another passing afternoon.
Catching a pretty young shoplifter, a security guard must choose between compassion and what is right.
From post-communist Germany comes this remarkable social experiment that serves as an allegory in explaining the fall of Soviet communism—all without uttering a single word.