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The People’s Network Showcase: A New Generation of Short Films Directors

The channel created by Robert Rodriguez launches a new User Generated short films series


The People’s Network Showcase is the new project launched by El Rey, the Latino channel created by Robert Rodriguez in 2013 in a deal with Univision. The People’s Network, set to air quarterly with new two-hour episodes curated by genre or central story theme, is a new series of specials featuring short films from emerging…


The Moment – by Karis Oh

What really matters in the end of life?

0 – 5 | 2016 | Animation | Drama | Human Nature | USA

“The moment” is what makes us look up and stop the thoughts, it is time to insight. These few words could describe the short film The Moment directed by Karis Oh. The short was realized by the director after two years of intense work on script and drawings as her senior thesis film at the School of Visual Arts in New York. The…


Sunspring – by Oscar Sharp

A happy medium between technophobia and Skynet: A short film written by algorithm

2016 | 5 - 10 | Comedy | Sci-Fi | Technology | USA

Science Fiction suggests that man’s attempts to create Artificial Intelligence will probably end badly. Real life proves that we don’t really care. A short film written by an A.I. algorithm seems a happy medium between technophobia and Skynet, and Sunspring is the enjoyably strange result. Ars Technica Videos has premiered the 9-minutes film, which finds Thomas Middleditch…


FOCUS ON: Where You Are by Graham Parkes

Interview with the American director "who takes his work seriously, but not himself"


Graham Parkes is a screenwriter, filmmaker, and independent game designer from Los Angeles. His last short film Where You Are premiered at South By Southwest in 2016 and recently received the Grand Prix for Best Short at the Capalbio International Film Festival in Italy. The short tells the story of Jen, a woman who unwittingly embarks on…


Deathly – by Mike Williamson

And now, I'll love you to death...

10 – 15 | 2015 | Family | Horror | Live-Action | USA

Mike Williamson is a weird and curious guy. He fronts the rock band JR Juggernaut and curates the monthly Secret Sixteen screenings in Los Angeles. Director of the anthology tv series 1000 Ways to Die, he worked as editorial coordinator for Showtime’s Masters of Horror. But as you’d probably guess, he loves horror movies. Premiered…

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