After isolating himself from the rest of the world, Brian finds companionship from an unlikely source. Brian and Charles is an odd little film about an isolated farmer named Brian, who gets rather lonely. Brian builds himself an unfashionable clunky robot for companionship named Charles. Somewhere in between charming and[…]
When playing a mysterious vinyl single, Pia is suddenly able to travel through her life. It’s pretty incredible where 2 minutes can bring you. For Pia, it brings her through her entire life, for the Netherlands animation studio Job, Joris & Marieke, it brought them straight to the Oscars! A[…]
A woman looks into her mind, chasing her ideals on a tightrope. Every imperfect piece of her mind completes herself.
Humanity makes a deal with a new client. We always urge for originality while searching for our next featured short, and sometimes that originality just creeps up from a mix-mash from various films, ideas and settings, and other times it just comes from an old comic book. Ray Sullivan was[…]
When a strange sound wipes out the hearing population, a small group of Deaf people must band together to survive. Dawn of The Deaf may sound like another addition to the typical zombie parody films, but we need to thank Robert Savage and his team for completely rewriting the genre[…]
A psychological tale about a man (Winston) falling into his own hell, by his own means. We often get the impression that animation films are only directed toward children, but every so often a visionary artist likes to prove us otherwise. Like we’ve seen in the past with shorts such[…]
Life is a battle of choices and roads to be taken. We choose our own paths, we mark our own map. Once choices have been made, actions play out. Consequences are delivered. And in the end, we live with those consequences. But, the real struggle is making the choice to[…]
Make Them Believe is a documentary exploring Moscow’s underground wrestling scene through the eyes of one up-and-coming performer. Follow Tim Malster’s journey (who plays the heel ‘American Hope’) as he chases his dream of becoming a professional wrestler. In this unexpectedly relatable film, director Taimi Arvidson tackles the universal struggle[…]
In 1919, a tea lady eavesdrops on a top-secret government meeting called to solve the latest, gravest problem facing the British Empire… A satirical comedy which wryly suggests that today’s obsession with female appearance was borne out of one official government meeting.
An unknown rock band struggles with a radioactive energy in their music that blows up amps, liquefies tape decks, and starts electrical fires. On the eve of their first (and possibly last) show, The Privates, an unknown rock band, must decide whether to risk life, limb, and legacy for a[…]