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Coach Nison – by Charlie Hoxie

A table tennis champion from Tajikistan opens a club in Brooklyn where he trains the next generation of talent

10 – 15 | 2017 | Chronicle | Documentary | Sport | USA

Coach Nison by Charlie Hoxie is part of Frameworks, a series of in-depth documentary shorts examining extraordinary New York characters. Filmmaker and editor based in Brooklyn, Hoxie’s no stranger to attractive stories. His first short doc was a 22-minute look at the Passive House method of energy-efficient building, aired on NYC-TV after an international festival…


Larry – by Jacob Chase

A man, a parking lot, a friendship: a tender and scary tale about our loneliness

0 – 5 | 2017 | Friendship | Horror | Live-Action | USA

A man is working in a parking lot at night. Trying to pass the time, he discovers an abandoned iPad loaded with a children’s story about a lonely (and misunderstood) monster. His name is Larry and he never gets to play outside in the sunlight. Larry looks different and everyone’s making fun of him. Larry…


Gaiwan – by Elia Mouatamid

A grave yard, two men: a parable on hope and death, which equates men beyond preconceptions

0 – 5 | 2015 | Dramedy | Identity | Italy | Live-Action

A grave yard. Two men. Gaiwan is the traditional Chinese teaware. That’s what one of the two uses for his unusual (in the eyes of the other) ritual in front of a grave. Like in a Western, an act that generates (pre)judice and thought. In a few simple sequences, helmer Elia Mouatamid directs “an urgent…


Floor 9.5 – by Toby Meakins

Are we really willing to help those who ask us for help? A Kafkaesque horror about modern working life

0 – 5 | 2017 | Horror | Live-Action | USA | Work

It’s midnight and the young office worker in a big company gets on the elevator to go home. Shift’s over, but something’s bothering her. She has no problem taking the lift through 15 floors of the skyscraper. Her next meeting is between the ninth and tenth floor, where the elevator suddenly stops and she finds…


Magic Alps Is the Only Italian Short Film Selected at Clermont-Ferrand 2018

Exclusive interview with the directors of one of the most unique Italian short film of the year


The Clermont-Ferrand Short Film Festival is one of the world’s most popular short film fests and the second largest in France. Magic Alps by Andrea Brusa and Marco Scotuzzi is the only Italian short film selected for the international competition at the 40th edition of Clermont-Ferrand (Feb. 2-10). We already backed the Italian short film…

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