A short film about a woman who learns she may have been switched at birth.
A boy makes an unusual new friend on a hunting trip with his father. Animator Jeremy Clapin’s followup to his 2009 SotW Best Short of the Year.
Eight-year old Andy thinks he has superhuman abilities in this Cannes-honored film from New Zealand.
When young Atari Withers gets annoyed with the little robot that follows him everywhere, he tries to leave it, sell it and smash it up—but this robot is more than just a toy.
Awkwardness ensues in this heartfelt and hilarious take on the universal experience of growing up.
This holiday season, ask if you know where your Teddy Bear really comes from.
A young boy is thrust into the terrorizing world of daycare.
Written and starring Smallville’s Michael Rosenbaum, this festival hit is a sometimes dark fantasy about a boy-giant.
Suicidal after the death of his wife, a grieving man takes solace in his childhood friends…
A group of boys find themselves fascinated by the one rundown house in the neighborhood in this animated version of a Charles Bukowski poem.
A champion swimmer is haunted by images from his childhood.
A sweet film about a boy and the myriad of uses he finds for a cardboard box. A Nokia Shorts entry.
A girl finds a mysterious oversized pencil with a creepy grin that can bring anything she draws to life. What can go wrong?
The next of our online releases under the “Short of the Week Presents” banner, this astute and observational short film represents the epitome of the film festival-style.
A look into the summer dramas in the lives of the less popular kids.
The simple follies of youth are captured so beautifully in this kaleidoscope of teenage moments.
A dynamic and well written story in a social realist vein. Frankie is fifteen and soon he’s going be a daddy. Desperate to become a good father despite the absence of his own, Frankie struggles to learn how.
Take a trip down memory lane in this interactive music video that draws imagery from your own childhood experiences of suburbia.
A stylish and meditative film centering on the unhappy life of a neglected teen, told from the perspective of his neighbor who attempts to make sense of him.
An overweight kid struggles to connect with a girl in a world where he’s pegged as an outcast.
This ethereal animation from Gobelins tells a familiar story of losing one’s innocence
A young boy rides through his memories in this early student-made sci-fi effects film.
At a major moment in her life, a young girl encounters an unknown man outside her house, in this ambiguous, poetic film.
The new kid in class looks different—he’s from Rwanda—and when the other kids start to tease him, it calls up memories of a violent past.
Bisignanoanimation uses a multitude of techniques to illustrate a humorous narrative account of one boy’s fear of AIDS circa 80′s America.—A Sundance 10/10 film: now online