Dreamer // Daily Short Pick

Dreamer

We are all dreamers. Just make sure it’s a life worth fighting for, because only you have the power to write your own history.

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Not(e) for a Dreamer // Featured Short Film

Not(e) for a Dreamer

Changing of seasons reflect the transition from childhood into adulthood. Anaïs voices her feelings with a mixture of anticipation and anxiety. Anaïs is fully aware that things are changing, though not entirely sure to what extent. Each season represents a specific time in one’s life: spring full of the carelessness[…]

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Top 10 Shorts 2017

Top 10 Shorts of 2017

Our favorite time of year is back! There is no better way than to thank our viewers and filmmakers by trimming out our top 10 picks of the last year. The list includes shorts that have touched us and inspired us the most, with either their stories, visual effects or[…]

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Beautiful Dreamer // #6 @ Top 10 2017

Beautiful Dreamer

A dying mother travels at near-light speed, bending time to watch her baby daughter grow up Beautiful Dreamer is a sci-fi, time travel tale set in a striking near future world of drones, robots, holograms and transport pods. But it’s also a personal story. A mother, facing a terminal disease,[…]

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Wake Up // Daily Short Pick

Wake Up

This experimental micro-film follows a dreamer as she runs from her fears. Director’s Statement This piece was birthed out of my own inability to strike a balance between the commercial world and the art world, and a need to learn how to let go of my own self-doubt. This surreal[…]

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Strangers in Amsterdam || Daily Short Picks

Strangers in Amsterdam

This is a series of three short films. All of the films have been made under the theme, “a visiter is searching for something in Amsterdam.” Amsterdam 1 A Japanese woman has come to Amsterdam. What does she see there? Isolation: Amsterdam I as a visiter observed this city through[…]

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Kensho

Dreaming hero wakes up and sees the Dreamer himself. Is he? Time dissolve and we are seeing things as they are. Are we? Narrated by British-born American philosopher Alan Watts.

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