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Le nom que tu portes || Featured Short Film

Le nom que tu portes (The Name You Carry)

When Vlace is suspended for hitting a classmate, Sasha is called to come get his son at school and has no choice but to take him along on his delivery route. French Canadian filmmaker Hervé Demers is starting to make quite the name for himself, and after sharing with us[…]

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Mariner || Featured Short Film

Mariner

An ambitious marine navigation cadet is on the verge of cracking during his final exams. The recruit is haunted by an incident from his past — and fights to find a way to turn his personal demons into a source of strength. Mariner is a taut and unsettling drama by[…]

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Lost Face || Featured Short Film

Lost Face

​Adapted from the Jack London story: A fur thief must think fast to escape the terrible, protracted death that awaits him at the hands of the native tribe he had helped enslave. Lost Face takes us in a time and place not often seen nor explores in short films, which[…]

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Film Romance || Films de chez nous

Film Romance

A shutter happy photographer finds an old film camera with a difficult last request. (a tribute to a great camera)

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Never Happened || Featured Short Film

Never Happened

When colleagues Laura and Grady have an impulsive fling on a business trip, they decide it might be for the best if it all just never happened. Spearing us of any laser guns and an abundance of flying drones, ‘Never Happened’ takes a more sensual and human approach to the[…]

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12 Semaines / 12 Weeks || Featured Short Film

12 Semaines (12 Weeks)

In a mall public bathroom, Lilly, François and their 6 year- old daughter bid farewell to an unborn family member À la toilette d’un centre commercial, Lilly, François et leur fille Léa, 6 ans, doivent faire leurs adieux à un fœtus de 12 semaines. 12 Weeks is a rather simple[…]

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Meat || Films de chez nous

Meat

A teenage boy experiences heartbreak for the first time. Meat is wonderfully toned and temporally shot film. A great structure and character balance with an interesting development on a character that turns out even stranger than believed. We were very lucky with all the meat that was collected by art[…]

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The Wall || Featured Short Film

The Wall

A visual and abstract exploration of perseverance and the many walls we all face in our lives. Andrew presented his first film of the series ‘Of Walls & Mountains’ just days ago on our Daily Short Picks. Just the time to take a few breaths and we are blessed with[…]

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Ceramic Tango || Featured Short Film

Ceramic Tango

A modern day cautionary tale that incites viewers to pause and think about the fragility of life. Ceramic Tango will give you a deep sense of what rock bottom can feel like. The dark tale depicts a young man’s struggle with a deadly virus, in the most particular ways. As[…]

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Mirage || Films de chez nous

Mirage

Following the death of his mother, a son must help his father close the book on a unresolved issue. Harley Chamandy is a 17 year old filmmaker from Montreal, he made this film when he was 16. Shot in only a weekend, for a total budget of 1000$ cad and[…]

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