“2BR02B: To Be or Naught To Be” is a short film inspired in the classic Kurt Vonnegut’s science fiction tale. This award winning film set in a dystopian future where population is strictly controlled tells the story of a father who waits for his children to be born. In a[…]
Beast is an Icelandic horror retelling of the classic fairy tale, Beauty and the Beast.
“Sunlit” weaves an old folk tale into the lives of three main characters as they deal with an uncertain future. Set in Columbia, South Carolina, the film explores how we handle loss and how certain places can continue to provide comfort through memory.
A man is kidnapped by a very strange family, and his fate is held in the hands of two kids. ‘A Tricky Treat’ presents a shocking tale of the unexpected with a twist.
A deathly charismatic bear tells the unknown Russian tale of Humor Gredanko. The funniest boy in the history of time. From a brutal winter forest, to an erection, to ravenous boars, comes a darkly comedic story from Haji Outlaw. The acclaimed writer for The Eric Andre show and author of[…]
Lavender is a true life tale of two lovers, united by attraction but distressed with the physical and moral limitations imposed on them by their own gender identities; it is their questions that inform their dance, both wild abandon and innate conflict reflect back and forth off of them in[…]
The short is a tale about a young man and his happiness pursuits seeded by a conversation he overheard as a child.
This canvas of white has been empty for a while. We have been on a road that helped us find all things curious in places that are familiar. It has helped us find the familiar in places that are strange. Now this canvas is crumpled with many faces and voices.[…]
A dark and surreal tale in which a woman goes on a desperate search to satisfy her hunger. ‘More’ is the second short from Talking Lizard, an award-winning creative team comprised of Sam Morrissey and Nicholas Hearst.
This short film is a simple tale of love and loss, set against the backdrop of a road trip through rural Portugal. Without the need for dialogue, it conveys the mystical allure of falling in and out of love through a series of fleeting, humanist, moments. Like our protagonist, we[…]