A friendship is put to the test when two teenage boys are left alone for the weekend. As the teenagers confront their neighborhood rivals, horseplay escalates to violence throwing their loyalty to one another into question.
Nicholas Payne Santos
A frenetic, punk-rock nightmare centering on one asshole of a roommate. When three twenty-somethings must deal with the incorrigible and incredibly demonic Larry, they risk life and limb in an attempt to save the soul of their once-kind-and-unassuming friend while also procuring his five-hundred dollars in back rent. Black metal,[…]
Alex, a travel-worn survivor in a desolate post-apocalyptic world, returns to his childhood home to find not only artifacts of his youth, but also the plague-ridden body of his recently deceased father. Welcome back Nicholas Payne Santos & Adam R. Brown with another exquisite short. Once again set in the[…]
Left with nothing by their recently deceased father, two aimless brothers head home to face his funeral. It all continues from Nick Payne Santos (previously featured) short ‘Ice Cream‘, well sort of. The films are actually very different from each other, but ‘A Good Fish’ does feature the two brothers[…]
A short film about youth and race in the suburbs. Two teenagers find more than they are looking for when they break into an abandoned house. Harmless thrill seeking and flirtation escalate quickly into a conflict with a local contractor, leaving the young couple disillusioned. BREAK is inspired by my[…]
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It’s easy to forget how scary and lonely childhood can sometimes be
A girl, a dog, and a sickness.
Let’s kick off this new Weekend Shortlist with a lovely and touching short ‘Things I Don’t Remember’ by Nicholas Santos, director of previous featured shorts Kiddo and Ice Cream. Recollecting your childhood is like watching a VHS tape you found buried in the corner of your basement. You may have[…]
A twelve year-old boy deals with the conflict between the innocence of childhood and the tribulations of growing up.