Red Dawn || Daily Short Picks

Red Dawn

The Red Dawn story draws a parallel between two destinies, that of a king and that of a volcano. They confess to us their regrets and their incapacity to manage their own power. “Vanity presides high on a mountain ; everything on the plainbelow seems irrelevant”. – Henri-Frédéric Amiel

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The Finest of The Breed || Daily Short Picks

The Finest of The Breed

This short film is based on Bukowski’s poem, “The finest of the breed”. It has two parallel storylines, one is the video and the other is the poem. The voice over is the poem itself. Director’s Statement “People will do anything, no matter how absurd, to avoid facing their own[…]

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The Discovery of Alan Hindley || Featured Short Film

The Discovery of Alan Hindley

A ham radio enthusiast discovers a mysterious object that might be a window into another world. One day, a mysterious object falls from the sky, crashing into Alan’s backyard. The object begins to manipulate Alan’s perception giving him a glimpse into a disturbing alternate version of his own reality. While[…]

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Dear Tom || Daily Short Picks

Dear Tom

Sometimes, fate is like a small sandstorm that keeps changing direction, even two parallel lines could possibly meet one day… You only stopped for a moment, and when you turn around, it’s gone…

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Fly Me To The Moon

The protagonist, who can hardly be called a hero, wakes up in a strange place, probably not for the first time. While striving to make his way home, worldshaking events take place in the background. The film presents a grotesque parallel vision of inner and physical journeys as well as[…]

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Alekto | Daily Short Picks


Alekto is a science fiction short film which invokes questions about conspiracy theories and the entire evolution of man. An earthling is kidnapped into space, discovering parallel dimensions that she could have never imagined.

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