In the depths of a snowy forest in an unknown wartime, two soldiers from opposing armies try to outwit each other in a perilous game of cat and mouse.
An office escape turns into first-person action insanity in this music video from Russian punk rock band, Biting Elbows
The proverbial flap of a butterfly’s wings set into motion a chaotic chain reaction that perfectly ruins one man’s morning.
Complementing Wes Anderson’s Moonrise Kingdom is this collection of super brief animated short stories based on the main character’s library books.
When talented directors at the famous Aardman Animations studio are given free reign, they come up with crazy stories like this one about a dinosaur who’s good at math.
Harmony Korine & Die Antwoord team up for this bizarre film that follows the antics of two wheelchair-bound rapscallions.
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.
Brief look at the curious interactions between a lone cowboy and a theater ticketer by the Coen brothers.
Pes brings magic to the ordinary task of making spaghetti.
We get a brief look at the daily life of God in this short from the Whophin collection.
Young girl lives in a fantasy world in this effects-laden film meant to show off Adobe’s creative suite.
Ever find yourself so wrapped up in a film that you feel as through you’ve become a part of the plot? Watch obsession turn into a story of its own.
Gorgeous images grace this mood piece, created for the runway of Beckmans fashion designer Sarah Törnqvist
Familiar morph-animation on a ridiculous scale—street-artist Blu takes his animation to the streets of Buenos Aires, onto the walls, and into its hidden places.
Magnetic and often amusing retro-futurist film of dogs flying in slow-motion to the music of artist Vitalic.
Just another day at the High Times Editorial Office where real work is always difficult to accomplish and employees are fired for passing their drug tests.
A fun, stop-motion parody of the classic arcade games of the 1970′s. Pes’ inventive use of household objects brings a new level of meaning to the film.