By Caroline Torres. An artist documents the moments of her life that have been the most memorable, and therefore, the ones that have made her who she is today.
By Sitji Chou. A man tries to understand the futility of creating human connections when they’ve been impeded by the microcosmic void between material particles.
A story of a Scottish sheep farmer who shears his sheep and tosses them cliff side…
By Dylan Hayes. Lesson 1: Everyone gambles, not everyone loses. Lesson 2: The world is full of traps. Lesson 3: You cannot win if you don’t take risks.
By Jean Yi. A personal and humorous exploration of being the ‘Nice Girl’ and coming to terms with the label and all its different meanings.
By Ferg Brennan. A lonely fisherman catches an unusual fish, which he decides to keep as a pet.
By Meinardas ValkeviÄius. Man took his first steps on the Moon in 1969…or did he?
By Zach Bellissimo. A girl delivering a package gets more than she bargained for.
By Evan Curtis. Home in Missoula, Home in Truckee, Home in Opelousas, Ainâ€™t no home for me. Home in old Medora, Home in Wounded Knee, Home in Ogallala, Home Iâ€™ll never be – Kerouac
By Stevie Lewis and Avner Geller. A washed-up detective’s imagination runs wild, as he tries to solve the most critical case of his career.
By James Lancett and Sean Weston. The story of cartoon character and his struggles to get by in the real world with an ever-present rain cloud hanging over his head.
By Bahij Jaroudi. Based on a short story by Edgar Allen Poe, a man is put in a suspended hypnotic state at the moment of death.
By Nigel Clark. The story of a boy and the pillows he loves.
By Kyu-bum Lee. A little girl running a lemonade stand has a run in with death.
By Barbara Benas. A love letterâ€”Fordy spends a night drinking in despair over his ex-girlfriend.
By David de Rooij and Jelle Brunt. Slim is a saloon owner who suddenly faces competition when a bigger, better saloon opens up.
By Krishna Chandran A. Nair, Manasi Parikh, Nupur Mukherjee, and Chewang Lepcha. Two playful and naughty schoolboys have a unique perspective on life.
By Kazimir Iskander. The story of a Angus Grant, a cranky middle-aged divorcee and Teehan Delko, his spirited, 10-year-old neighbor, cast away from the world on a lonely island in the American Midwest.
Unwanted visitors disturb the tranquility of a campsite at the height of summer. While mayhem breaks out on the lawn, a group of ants makes brave new discoveries in the grass.
Once there was a little girl, always ready for combat, She had a deep dark secret, that she kept in her tiny hat.