Note: This post was originally published in December 2015 and has been revised and updated for accuracy and comprehensiveness. With all the hype from The Force Awakens, and after re-watching the first 6 original episodes a couple of times, we have decided to dig up some of the best Star[…]
Hollywood heartthrob, Syd Stone, returns home to attend his 10-year high school reunion. The only person granted access to his grandiose suite is Brent, the other half of Syd’s closeted high school relationship. From the moment they reconnect, the past comes back to throw them into an emotional tailspin.
“Help! I’m Trapped In A Movie” follows the story of a man who wakes up to find himself the star of a Hollywood blockbuster, but his dream soon becomes a nightmare when he discovers he can’t control the plot… From the mind of first-time writer, director, producer, and star Riley[…]
Two lonely street performers find each other amongst the sameness of Hollywood Blvd.
A future earth ambassador goes to an alien planet and gets caught up in a strange Hollywood-like system.
In 1977 David Boswell created comic book anti-hero Reid Fleming, the World’s Toughest Milkman. 30 years later, the big screen Hollywood adaptation remains in contractual limbo. In the late seventies Canadian cartoonist David Boswell created Reid Fleming, the World’s Toughest Milkman, a comic book anti-hero, and counter culture icon. By[…]
R’ha (a.k.a. “Alienz vs Machine”) is on the verge of production. Help us fund the original science-fiction epic! Watch the original short film featured on Film Shortage! Shortly after its release, the R’ha short film garnered over 20 million views worldwide and quickly attracted the attention of major film studios[…]
Inspired by BuzzFeed’s rampage to display history’s most beautiful cinematography shots, we decided to take a look back at the short film repertoire – and were simply blown away by beauty. Here’s a list of 80+ (in no particular order) breathtaking shots. 01 “032” – The Canadian Affair (2010) –[…]
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Ten years on from the first instalment, The Fantastic Four are back on the big screen with a brand new director and a brand new cast. The two previous Fantastic Four movies proved successful at the box office, with Fantastic Four taking in $330million whilst Fantastic Four: Rise of the[…]