After an accident on the water, a deep-sea diver must confront the deadly nature of his profession and the responsibilities to his family.
A family’s idyllic life is interrupted when the father is killed while defending the family from an intruding bear.
A desperate mother takes drastic action to protect her disabled daughter from a juvenile gang.
An astro-minor is reluctant to return to the world she once knew after two years on the moon.
In a self-effacing attempt to save his father from a death by deterioration, a young man enlists his curmudgeonly boss and Kelis to perform a song, and a miracle.
A geriatric mother and her twenty-something son embark on a road trip to meet some dastardly drug dealers in order to replenish a supply of certain herbs.
After Dad dies, two brothers reunite to continue their childish rivalry in this hilarious Sundance short that spawned the feature, Awful Nice.
CURRENTLY OFFLINE—For a limited time, Timothy Reckart’s 2013 Oscar-nominated animation is online. An elderly couple live in two radically different ways, but find the will to come together.
A melancholy boy attends his estranged Father’s wedding to a large Latina woman aboard a small and cramped boat on a shark infested sea.
When Nick attends his baby nephew’s ‘dol,’ a traditional Korean first birthday party, he finds himself yearning for a life just out of reach.
Set in a dystopian future where the lower classes are left on Earth with only a space elevator that connects them with the possibilities of a better life.
Some family feuds are easily settled—others require extreme terms.
An incredibly rich paper-based stop-motion film about the therapeutic powers of the Korean bathhouse from a CalArts student.
A daredevil family keeps a visceral form of entertainment alive in this beautiful black and white documentary.
Harry really wants a rabbit. Harry’s dad really wants his wife back. A subtle but moving Sundance short from Australian director, David Michôd (Animal Kingdom).
A sister fondly remembers growing up with her brother as she struggles to deal with his deployment to Afghanistan in this interactive film from the NFB.
A shy bodybuilder ventures out on a date against the wishes of his over-protective mother in this powerful character-driven film from Denmark.
Paul jerked off in the shower. Paul just impregnated his bath tub. Last year’s most outrageous Sundance short, now online.
The 2003 Oscar winner, this film is a searing and intimate portrait of a single-mom and her 4 children in contemporary Britain.
The RCA-alumni group, the Moth Collective (be sure to catch David Prosser’s Matter Fisher) continues to impress us with their simple yet honest animated stories. The latest to surface…
One man. Two superpowers. Three ex-wives. Four autopsies. The remarkable true story of David Karr, from the perspective of the grandson who wishes he knew him.
A family’s awkward photo session brings its underlying issues to the surface in this surreal animation.
The artist tells a touching personal story about growing up with his grandfather in Brazil.
Oscar-nominated dark comedy about the frustrations of being stuck in traffic while your wife cheats on you
Things get tense as a young boy struggles to accept his father’s disability.