The Tree – by Cheikh Mohammed Horma
A lumberjack travels in the desert. There’re just sand dunes, ants, dromedary camels and bulldozers around him. A bunch...
An immersive visual experience of Sahara desert, exploring the changing balance between man and nature
Morocco / 9minutes
Crowfunding: “Lindiota” – by Chiara Livia Arrigo
Chiara Livia Arrigo is a young Milanese director of Sicilian origin, who lives and works in Rome. She launched...
Life and memory of a lonly anti-hero from Lindos, between rotoscope and live footage.
(Ring Film (promo) )
Italian / 2minutes
Minako, a young Japanese female, lives in a Tokyo penthouse with her European boyfriend, a successful musician. One morning she...
A Japanese lady holds an intriguing double life, but her secret is about to be discovered.
UK / 19minutes
Third Shift – by Anthony Simon
In the late 70s and early 80s, Los Sures was one of the poorest neighborhoods in New York City....
The memories of two workers who spent their lives at Domino Sugar, the soon to be demolished factory on the Brooklyn waterfront
USA / 20minutes
The Sand Storm
There are many interesting facts about The Sand Storm. First of all, the protagonist is Ai Weiwei, one of...
A sci-fi dystopian tale set in Beijing during a water shortage. Starring Chinese dissident artist Ai Weiwei, the short led to some controversies during its development.
China / USA / 10minutes
Where We Are
This beautiful, delicate and poignant short could be some kind of “long-distance relationships’ manifesto”, a pretty common way of...
Separation, distance and memory: the essence of love in 85 seconds.
USA / 1minutes
FOCUS ON: Fisnik Maxhuni
Fisnik Maxhuni won with his first short film Lost Exile the ‘Cinema & Gioventù’ Jury Prize at Locarno Film...
Interview with the director of Lost Exile, awarded at Locarno Film Festival
Sundance Film Festival 2016: a taste from the short films program.
There has always been this unwritten rule accepted among short filmmakers that, if you publish your short online, you...
Five shorts to watch online from the 72 programmed to play over the next 10 days in Park City.
Next Floor is the surreal short film made by Canadian writer-director Denis Villeneuve that plunges us into an opulent...
During an opulent and luxurious banquet, eleven pampered guests participate in what appears to be a ritualistic gastronomic carnage.
Canada / 10minutes
Oscar Nominated Short Films 2019: How to Watch 7 of 15 Right Now
The 91st Oscar nominations were announced this morning in a presentation by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and...
The Academy unveiled its 2019 Oscar nominations: some films in the Shorts categories are easy to see
Online Premiere: Terra
A regular night on a ferry headed to Sicily. It’s presumably Winter, one of those off-season trips in which...
Various human types meet on a night ferry's regular trip.
Italy / 23minutes
Online Preview: Cargo
The online preview is expired, but you can still read the review and watch the clip. Cargo is the...
A history of exploitation and redemption at the gates of Rome, which subverts the canonical relation victim-perpetrator.
Italian / 16minutes
He Took His Skin Off For Me
Basato sul racconto breve di Maria Hummer dallo stesso nome (che può essere ‘ascoltato’ qui, recitato dalla stessa autrice),...
UK / 11minutes
Online Preview: La Lampe Au Beurre De Yak / Butter Lamp
The online preview is ended. You can still watch the trailer and read the review! Starting from a very...
A young itinerant photographer and his assistant suggest to Tibetan nomads to photograph them in front of various background.
France / China / 16minutes
Symphony no. 42 – by Réka Bucsi
The first scene of Symphony no. 42, animated short film by Réka Bucsi, necessarily creates extremely high expectations. What...
A fox in the woods is questioning about the essence of universe and then she shot herself.
Hungary / 9minutes
Lazy Daze – by Brian Smee
How is like a dog’s dream? Maybe something similar to what is depicted by the young American animator Brian Smee in...
A kaleidoscopic journey into a dog's dream.
USA / 4minutes
Online Premiere: Jung – by Munseong Yun
When you watch Jung you suddenly have the feeling that you are in a different world, where the time...
Two South Korean warriors, divided between friendship and rivalry.
(Student Film (Seul Istitute of Arts))
South Korea / 7minutes
Are we still able to approach a person without the use of internet? This is the question British director Samuel...
A 'single' guy challenges himself to find a his next date without the help of the internet.
(Joshua Smith & Samuel Abrahams )
UK / 6minutes
Modern Life is Rubbish
It’s hard to think of a more fitting title for this bittersweet story about separation and the division of...
A recently broken-up couple separating their music collection leads the way for a dissertation on love, loss and the inherent evil of greatest hits albums.
UK / 13minutes
Gaiwan – by Elia Mouatamid
A grave yard. Two men. Gaiwan is the traditional Chinese teaware. That’s what one of the two uses for...
A grave yard, two men: a parable on hope and death, which equates men beyond preconceptions
Italy / 4minutes
The 10 Best Short Films of 2018 (Available Online)
2018 has been a banner year for short films. The increasing diversity and originality of artistic ideas peak, as...
From Korea to Syria, here are the best of the best, strictly available online
MiMo – Milano Mobile Film Festival: How to Make a Short on Your Smartphone
MiMo – Milano Mobile Film Festival is the first mobile festival in Italy. It takes place in the inspiring...
The second edition of the mobile festival will end on June 8-9 and the winners will be awarded with... a personalized plant!
Sometimes, the most radical innovations are inspired by the past. This is the case of Michael Lagan and Terah...
A dancer's movements bring a chorus of women and unexpected choreographies to life.
USA / 13minutes
Angie Rowntree, the Rebel of Feminist Porn: “Pleasure Empowers Us, It Humanizes Us”
Continuing our journey into the world of feminist porn and its short films. This time our coverage of sexuality...
We met the founder of Sssh.com, who tells us her way to represent sexuality and her last two films.
Alien Attack from the Interspace – by Alessio Gonnella
Sci-fi in Italy is possible. Thinking about Italian cinematographic difficulties to approach this genre, it seems just an oxymoron....
Sci-fi in Italy is possible, but... How can the trumpet save us all?
Italy / 24minutes
American suburbs, 1964. An ordinary day in the life of an ordinary man. Joe, our protagonist, comes home from...
1964. Joe's seemingly ordinary day takes a bad turn, as he comes home to find out that his wife hasn't been cooking dinner. And there's a very good reason for that.
(Eppich Films )
USA / 9minutes