Can life’s second act be as fulfilling as the first? Jelle van Meerendonk explores in his humorous graduation film.
The bizarre Loaf Town is explored in scenarios that range from the absurdly mundane to the insanely absurd.
Watch Ruby Poon’s graduation film made at Sheridan College.
A young woman explores a dating app in the future.
After screenings in over 70 festivals, Lora D’Addazio’s animated horror short is now online.
The Slamdance-winning student film by Renee Zhan is now online.
A look at the nominees of the Ibero-American Quirino Awards, which will be presented tonight.
Having forgotten the exciting feelings of the early days of the relationship, a man drifts along petting his guinea pig. One day, he meets a flowering beauty who appreciates the pet.
In a fucked up world, two opposite characters meet.
This quirky Oscar-shortlisted student film from France is a fine example of how photoreal CG can be an effective storytelling choice.
Sonja lives a lonely life as a fishmonger, more at ease with her fish than her customers, until one day a delivery man turns up who looks like a rainbow trout.
A graduation film from Gobelins about a reformed gangster trying to raise his son.
An abstracted animated documentary based on the filmmaker’s personal struggle with depression and suicidal thoughts.
Sue and Kath are on a road trip with Sue’s mom to visit her grandma.
Winston does not get along with his next-door neighbor, Gary.
Overwhelmed by a phantom itch from his missing pinky toe, a man must come to terms with his situation or succumb completely to his obsession.
A boy tries to stay awake in an afternoon class.
An experimental documentary where we observe, through every day scenes, the degeneration of a society where the rise of technology leads the population to the biggest dream of all men: immortality.
Wacky relatives give way to mounting tensions with broken dolls, boiling stew and a bang.