Tomorrow, and tomorrow, and tomorrow // Daily Short Picks

Tomorrow, and tomorrow, and tomorrow

A working theatre actor questions her calling when she plays Lady Macduff in an increasingly violent production of Shakespeare’s Macbeth, with an internationally celebrated director.

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The Sandman || Daily Short Picks

The Sandman – Fear of Falling

A theatrical author/director who is afraid of the consequences of his new play, be they success or failure, will meet someone who will show him there is a third alternative.

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Showtime || Daily Short Picks

Showtime

Two small timers anxiously await the biggest job of their lives, but things soon start to unravel. Past demons come back to haunt them both and threaten to jeopardise the job at hand as well as their friendship… All is not as it first seems with these partners in crime.

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Pinhole | Short Film Trailer

Pinhole

Nazli is living in a small town of Anatolia with her two uncles. Meanwhile she works as a projectionist and in charge of almost every other thing in a movie theater. Although she has a deep love in her heart for cinema which is not well accepted within her social[…]

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Daily Short Picks | The Caretaker

The Caretaker

In an empty theatre, a reclusive caretaker has a mysterious encounter that forces him to confront his past. Movement is used to blur the lines between fantasy and reality.

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Dollar Night

Dollar Night tells the story of Andy, a vibrant 80 year old theater projectionist whose love and passion for cinema is tested when faced with the closing of his beloved theater. facebook.com/DollarNight marcoantoniomartinez.com vimeo.com/jordanfuller andyquinmusic.com

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The Archivist

The assistant projectionist at an aging movie theater risks a confrontation with his supervisor when he investigates a series of mysterious disappearances. A playfully macabre tribute to the cinematic experience.

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How Short Should Your Short Film Be?

How Short Should a Short Be?

We get asked and ask ourselves quite often, ‘what defines the length of a short film?’. In reality there is no standard length, and probably our strongest point of reference is basing ourselves on the Academy Awards submission standards, where a film running under 40 minutes falls under the short[…]

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Changeover

By 2014 it will be nearly impossible to get a first run feature on 35mm print. The industry’s switch to Digital means that thousands of independent theaters will have to get rid of their film projectors in preparation for the new, and expensive, digital projectors. Changeover is the story of[…]

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