A curious kid is tempted into a toy store where things are not quite as they seem.
A parking attendent serves up free compliments to a world in need of a little gratitude and understanding
Does telling a story’s ending deflate its tension? In this case, definitely not.
A young boy dreams or rather wakes and then rides his way into the clouds.
An overweight kid struggles to connect with a girl in a world where he’s pegged as an outcast.
A dispassionate master of the stage is brought to see the magic around us every day.
It’s the 70′s, and pitcher Dock Ellis is high as a kite and pitching the game of his life.
An examination of beauty as seen through the eyes of mannequin manufacturers.
A stylistic look at the bizarre moments between moments.
Energetic music video for the 1970s punk band Johnny 7 Combo animated entirely in newspaper and paint.
A quick pit stop turns deadly for a rookie cop.
The slowest murder on film takes place between a helpless man and persistent agent of death armed with only a spoon.
A futuristic fighting flick superior to anything in theaters—narratively and visually.
A visual magic trick that bends the mind.
Spike Jonze spins a blend of realism and fantasy in this bizarre look into the twisted world of Kanye West.
Amid the Great Depression, a limbless man joins a circus and searches to become more than just a sideshow act in this Doorpost winning film.
A young boy gets lost on an outing with his family and comes back to find decades have past.
A harsh breakup served up with a side of brutal honesty and a walking, singing heart that will have you saying, “That’s so true.”
Our hero faces danger and dames in this classic crime-fighter archetype.
The most acclaimed student work of the decade is this post-apocalyptic CG action short out of UCLA, which won the director the right to adapt it to the big screen.
Brief look at the curious interactions between a lone cowboy and a theater ticketer by the Coen brothers.
Maniacal Lumberjacks!!! Shady Tree Dealers!! Corny Dads and Sex-crazed Teens!! It’s Christmas and there are some trees that can’t take anymore…warning—hilariously graphic violence ahead.
The second collaboration between NPR institution “This American Life” and comic book icon Chris Ware, examines the slipperiness of memory to humorous effect.
Pes brings magic to the ordinary task of making spaghetti.
An animated look at the balancing act between man and nature.