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“Black”, A Sci-Fi Short Film By Tomek Popakul

“Black”, A Sci-Fi Short Film By Tomek Popakul

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A pair of astronauts trapped on an orbital space station because of nuclear war that ran very fast on the earth below. They lost contact with earth, all attempts to make a connection with base or with anybody failed without answer.

The French Paper Mill That Sold To Dalí And Picasso

The French Paper Mill That Sold To Dalí And Picasso

Art, Videos

For 700 years, the Richard de Bas paper mill has produced some of the world’s finest paper. The French constitution is printed on paper from this mill. And artists like Salvador Dalí, Pablo Picasso and Marc Chagall were customers. Emmanuel runs the business today. His great grandfather bought the mill in Ambert, France, during World War II, and it has stayed in the family ever since.

James Niehues: The Man Behind The Map

James Niehues: The Man Behind The Map

Art, Design, Videos

If you are a skier or snowboarder, there is a good chance James Niehues has been your mountain guide. Throughout his 30 year career he has worked at the smallest hills and the most expansive resorts in North America. James has extensively researched, photographed and illustrated nearly every ski map used in North America over the last three decades.

“Maja”, Short Film About Immigration And Struggles With Identity

“Maja”, Short Film About Immigration And Struggles With Identity

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Maja, a six-year-old Serbian girl, is dropped off at the kindergarten by her father. They have only been in Denmark for a short period of time. Everything is new, especially the language, which makes it difficult for Maja to interact with the other kids. After a long day, her parents come to pick her up, but we soon realize her day is not yet over. Based on a true story.

“Locker Room”, Thought-Provoking Short Film About Teenage Friendships

“Locker Room”, Thought-Provoking Short Film About Teenage Friendships

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A teenage girl discovers her male friends’ secret group chat, forcing her to question her friendship with them. Through the lens of neither a perpetrator or survivor, Locker Room draws attention to the social responsibility of bystanders to bad behavior and the pressures that can cause them to turn a blind eye.

Short Film: Ikhwène (Brotherhood) by Meryam Joobeur

Short Film: Ikhwène (Brotherhood) by Meryam Joobeur

Art, Videos

One of the most acclaimed shorts of the year, and a frontrunner for Oscar. Mohamed is a shepherd in rural Tunisia with his wife and two young sons. Their world is shaken when their oldest son returns after a long journey with a mysterious woman he says is his wife.

Bashir Sultani

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Bashir Sultani
“Free Will”, A Ski Film From Revelstoke, British Colombia

“Free Will”, A Ski Film From Revelstoke, British Colombia

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Imaginary Revelstoke’s mountain raven follows the journey of several Czech and Canadian skiers who found more space and inspiration in the mountains of British Columbia. They experienced snow so deep as never before, made new friends and fell in love with a different, more fulfilling type of skiing.

“Full Moon”, Night Skiing Without Artificial Light

“Full Moon”, Night Skiing Without Artificial Light

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Night skiing without artificial light: Closing lift stations and the setting sun mark the end of the action for most skiers. Not for Max Kroneck and Jochen Mesle. While ski towns fall asleep they head into the mountains and see them awaking in a new light. The snow starts glistening again.

“Hair Love”, Oscar-Winning Animated Short Film

“Hair Love”, Oscar-Winning Animated Short Film

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Hair Love, an Oscar-winning animated short film from ex-NFL football player Matthew A. Cherry, tells the heartfelt story of an African American father learning to do his daughter’s hair for the first time.

Short Film: “Dirty Machines: The End Of History”

Short Film: “Dirty Machines: The End Of History”

Art, Videos

“Dirty Machines: The End of History” a highly polished sci-fi teaser for a longer-form series that envisions a future where time travel has become a form of tourism. It’s stylish, but beyond the undeniable aesthetic panache, Matthew Olson’s film feels completely transformative as a world-building exercise.

‘Enough’, Animated Film About Moments Of Lost Self-Control

‘Enough’, Animated Film About Moments Of Lost Self-Control

Art, Videos

Anna Mantzaris’ animated film ‘Enough’ captures instantly relatable moments of emotional exasperation that offer a glimpse into the anarchy of our inner desires. The Swedish filmmaker set her film in a joyless world where every mundane routine feels like an oppressive act.

Portrait Of A Place: Black Snow

Portrait Of A Place: Black Snow

Videos, World

On the last day of sunlight before polar winter descends, British directors James Newton and Edward Edwards visited Norilsk—which is closed to non-Russians—to capture the lives of the locals in Russia’s coldest city. During winter, temperatures can drop to -55 and the Sun does not rise for 40 days.

“Different”, Award-Winning Short Film

“Different”, Award-Winning Short Film

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A deaf girl comes across a boy who is paralyzed from the waist-down, but neither of them know about each other’s differences. Winner for “Best of Show” and “Audience Choice” at the 2017 Reel Short Teen Film Festival in Orlando, Florida. Directed by Tahneek Rahman.

Nikolay Schegolev

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Nikolay Schegolev
“The Paper Boy”, An Award-Winning Touching Short Film

“The Paper Boy”, An Award-Winning Touching Short Film

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The City of Joy is that melting pot where dreams are served everyday freshly cooked. This is a tale of a little boy whose world revolves around the by-lanes of old Calcutta where he delivers the latest headlines and then spends the rest of his day simmering dreams at a tiny tea stall.

Gun Shop, America’s Love Affair With Guns

Gun Shop, America’s Love Affair With Guns

Crime, Videos

This film shows 2,328 firearms, out of the 393 million currently in the US. Arranged in a dizzying 24 frames per second progression, from handguns to semi-automatic rifles, “Gun Shop” encourages viewers to critically examine America’s love affair with guns.

Exit 12: Moved By War

Exit 12: Moved By War

Videos

Exit 12 is a New York-based dance company led by Veterans and military families. Through dance and choreography, Exit 12 tells stories about the effects of war — both to heal themselves and also to change the perceptions and stereotypes of the Veteran community.

Skywatch, A Sci-Fi Proof Of Concept Short Film by Colin Levy

Skywatch, A Sci-Fi Proof Of Concept Short Film by Colin Levy

Videos

When two outcast teens hack into a ubiquitous drone delivery system to pull a prank on their neighbor, they accidentally crash-land a dangerous prototype – and find themselves entangled in a life-and-death conspiracy. Six years in the making, funded via Kickstarter, and crafted by volunteering vfx artists across the world.

“Le Mer”, An Eco Fashion Short Film

“Le Mer”, An Eco Fashion Short Film

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We live in a society where we are not aware of the amount of plastic around us. Four children, from 6 to 11 years old, in recognizable two-color environments, where the plastic that coexists naturally with us stand out. Nobody cares. The kids will tell us what we are doing with our oceans and our planet.

“Bloom”, A Darkly Comedic Look Into The Bad Side Of Relationships

“Bloom”, A Darkly Comedic Look Into The Bad Side Of Relationships

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Andrew comes home from a trip, finds a rose petal in his bed and becomes immediately convinced that his girlfriend is cheating on him. The confrontation that ensues ranges from blackly comic to something decidedly darker as words escalate into distinctly visceral consequences.

“The Jigsaw”, Award-Winning Horror Short Film

“The Jigsaw”, Award-Winning Horror Short Film

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The purchase of a mystery Jigsaw Puzzle from a strange and unsettling vendor leads a man to an evening of frightening consequences. “The Jigsaw” is a short horror film that won over 30 awards worldwide.

Science Fiction Short Film: Others Will Follow

Science Fiction Short Film: Others Will Follow

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The lone survivor of the first mission to Mars uses his last moments to pass the torch of inspiration. Others Will Follow was inspired by a speech written for President Nixon to deliver in the event that the Apollo 11 astronauts were stranded on the moon.

“Coyote”, Award-Winning Animation Short Film

“Coyote”, Award-Winning Animation Short Film

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A coyote loses his wife and children from an attack of wolfs. Anguished from human emotions he‘s trying to process the experience. Besides grief and delusion, evil takes up more and more space. Directed by Lorenz Wunderle.

“Ten Meter Tower”, Award-Winning Doc About Fear

“Ten Meter Tower”, Award-Winning Doc About Fear

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To jump or not to jump? The premise at the heart of Axel Danielson and Maximilien van Aertryck’s “Ten Meter Tower” might seem simple, but the award-winning documentary is a deceivingly smart portrait of human behavior in the face of fear. 

Michael Crichton

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Michael Crichton
“Miller & Son”, Award-Winning LGBTQ Short Film

“Miller & Son”, Award-Winning LGBTQ Short Film

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A transwoman mechanic lives between running her family’s auto shop during the day and expressing her femininity at night until an unforeseen event threatens the balance of her compartmentalized life.

“The Neighbors’ Window”, Oscar-Winning Live Action Short Film

“The Neighbors’ Window”, Oscar-Winning Live Action Short Film

Videos

This short film tells the story of Alli, a mother of young children who has grown frustrated with her daily routine and husband. But her life is shaken up when two free-spirited twenty-somethings move in across the street and she discovers that she can see into their apartment.

“Cautionary Tales”, Award-Winning Short Film

“Cautionary Tales”, Award-Winning Short Film

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A bizarre incident as a young boy left Aaron with an unusual facial disfigurement that has plagued him all his life. Isolated and vulnerable, Aaron seeks comfort in the friendship and understanding of an unexpected group of outcasts.

“Framed”, An Award-Winning Noir Tale In Stop-Motion

“Framed”, An Award-Winning Noir Tale In Stop-Motion

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Who on Earth is handed a worse fate than toys and figurines? They are made to be controlled, with zero chance of gaining basic rights. Without a chance to speak unless a string is pulled or a button pushed, who will carry their voice for them? “Framed” tells the story of a clay pawn in a human’s game.

“Safety”, Award-Winning Short Film About A School Shooting In America

“Safety”, Award-Winning Short Film About A School Shooting In America

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In a small-town elementary school, 8-year-old Michael lays on the cold gym floor. Suddenly the class hears the sound of a gunshot nearby. As they rush to seek refuge in their gym teacher’s office, Michael senses something familiar about the shooter and makes a daring move, altering both of their lives forever.

“Nursery Rhymes”, Award-Winning Single-Take Short Film

“Nursery Rhymes”, Award-Winning Single-Take Short Film

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Why is a Metalhead singing Old MacDonald on the side of a rural highway? A surreal scene turns into an engaging mystery in this celebrated single-take short. Created by celebrated Australian commercial director Tom Noakes, in partnership with Will Goodfellow and Lucy Gaffy of Studio Goon.

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