Nigel – by Natasza Cetner
Nigel is the Royal College of Art’s grad short by Polish animator Natasza Cetner. The London-based director isn’t new...
A lonely gannet falls for a concrete bird in this relatable love story
(Royal College of Art - London)
UK / 9minutes
Hair Love – by Matthew A. Cherry
Stephen is an African American dad. His young daughter Zuri keeps watching the tutorial video of her mother (voiced...
The 2020 Oscar-winner animated short, based on the true story of Deandre Arnold and financed by a Kickstarter campaign
(Chasing Miles / Six Point Harness)
USA / 7minutes
Albatross Soup – by Winnie Cheung
“A man walks off a boat. He walks into a restaurant, orders the Albatross soup. He takes a bite,...
A psychedelic animation that explores the creative thinking generated by a famous riddle
(Picture Farm, Cause + Effect)
Usa / 7minutes
Wolf Call – by Ramey Newell
Wolf Call is the new short film directed and produced by filmmaker, multidisciplinary artist, photographer, and graphic designer Ramey...
A short doc following the work done by wolf caretaker and award-winning photographer John Ramer
USA / 9minutes
Prey – by Aćim Vasic
The twist, the sudden and surprising turn, is quite often what makes a short film memorable. It is the...
The perfect night of a predator turns out as a veritable nightmare
France / 8minutes
Supermarket – by Gianluca Abbate
“I’d like you to make yourself at home, wipe all thoughts from your mind…”: thus begins Supermarket, the second...
An invitation to make you fall asleep goes with us while a chaotic landscape sets up on the screen...
Italy / 8minutes
Andre Hyland, the author of this surreal short, is what in Italy we’d lovingly call an “adorable dick”, which...
His car has broken down, a guy spend a whole day on the phone while looking for a funnel.
USA / 7minutes
Transmission – by Varun Raman and Tom Hancock
After a long and extremely successful run in the festival circuit, British dystopian short film Transmission is now available...
Welcome To Britannia. Together We Stand Alone.
UK / 18minutes
Borrowed Time – by Andrew Coats & Lou Hamou-Lhadj
Animated short film and drama. We are not used to associate this genre to poignant and dark tales, but watching Borrowed...
American animation comes out of its comfort zone and tells the drama
USA / 7minutes
The Cat Piano
A “feline” film noir with “beatnik” nuances: that would be the best way to describe The Cat Piano, an...
A noir animation, set in the jazz feline underworld, narrated by Nick Cave's charming and mysterious voice.
(The People's Republic Of Animation.)
Australia / 8minutes
Lago Film Fest 2020, The Woodstock Of Short Films Wants You
Nine days of screenings, premieres, events, concerts, workshops, artistic performances and meetings. This year (from 24 July to 1...
From 24 July to 1 August, Revine Lago is taken over by Italy's biggest short films party: the call is open
To make his graduate film from Northumbria University, British animator Samuel Blain decided to direct a documentary about ordinary...
An experimental documentary about people's dreams, that feels like a modern take on surrealism.
UK / 3minutes
Clermont-Ferrand 2017 Kicks Off: A Selection Of 6 Short Films Online Via Click For Flicks
Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival is the largest and most influential short film festival in the world. For its...
The 39th edition opens with Click for Flicks, a selection of 6 short films to watch online for free
Memories of Papé, the short film by Nicolas Polixene
Memories of Papé Diary of my short film. The beginning My name is Nicolas Polixene and I’m 33 years old. Native...
The private diary by French director of Martinique descent
Cannes 2016: Luca Tóth
At Cannes’ Critics Week, Luca Tóth premiered her second animated short Superbia, produced by Péter Benjámin Lukács with the score by Csaba Kalotás. Luca was...
Surreal, evocative, humorous: the 2D animated work of the Hungarian filmmaker
Architects love Christmas. There’s a very simple reason for that: it is’s such a poorly designed holiday, and each...
What's Christmas like when your parents are both modernism-loving architects?
(National Film Board of Canada )
Canada / 2minutes
FOCUS ON: Myrsini Aristidou
When I interviewed Myrsini Aristidou, she gave me the impression of being delicate and authentic – and her way of being reminded...
Exploring human relationships in the most honest, or genuine way possible: small talk with award-winning director
The Most Astounding Fact
In an interview with Time, astrophysicist Neil Degrasse Tyson shares his personal and poetic perspective on the wonders of...
“What’s the most astounding fact you can share with us about the universe?” The astrophysicist Neil Degrasse Tyson answers.
USA / 4minutes
FOCUS ON: Where You Are by Graham Parkes
Graham Parkes is a screenwriter, filmmaker, and independent game designer from Los Angeles. His last short film Where You Are...
Interview with the American director "who takes his work seriously, but not himself"
Behind the Schoolbag – by Nic Ho Chun Yu
Shaun’s childhood is hell – hunted by other students, ridiculed, excluded, victim of cruel jokes. He’s really exasperated and thinks that the solution...
Against bullying, love yourself: a story about self-salvation
Hong Kong / 9minutes
A Pale Blue Dot
Many of the problems that plague our small terrestrial existences can be often “solved” with a change of perspective,...
An uplifting animation with commentary by Carl Sagan, offers us an unexpected perspective of our earthly existence.
(Student Film (Sheridan College))
Canada / 4minutes
It’s No Game – by Oscar Sharp
It’s No Game is director Oscar Sharp‘s follow-up to last year short film Sunspring, written entirely by an algorithm...
In this day and age, how useful are screenwriters?
(48 Hour Film Challenge / Sci-Fi London Film Festival)
UK / 8minutes
The story starts in a lurid clinic, where women are held in captivity. They are forced to live inside...
Know what you are consuming...
(Eat Your Heart Out Films)
UK / 20minutes
Online Premiere: Child Love by Giulio Donato
At a summer camp all the kids behave in a strange way, very little actively. A boy falls in...
A kid courts a girl with small gestures, but it is a love that goes beyond space-time and becomes an allegory of the cycle of life
(Play Entertainment )
The Boy with a Camera for a Face
The Boy with a Camera for a Face is the multi award winning short film from writer / director...
A allegorical fairy tale about a boy born with a camera instead of a head, told in rhyme.
(A Camera Boy Film Ltd Production)
UK / 14minutes
Magic Alps Is the Only Italian Short Film Selected at Clermont-Ferrand 2018
The Clermont-Ferrand Short Film Festival is one of the world’s most popular short film fests and the second largest...
Exclusive interview with the directors of one of the most unique Italian short film of the year
Kokosmos – by Anna Radchenko
“Glory to the Soviet People, pioneers of the cosmos!”, as a dazzling propaganda poster put it during the Space...
A hymn to cosmic enthusiasm in socialist societies, coming up online (not for nothing) on Russia's Cosmonautics Day
Russia / 2minutes
FOCUS ON: William Laboury
William Laboury studied History of Art and editing. His body of work consists mostly in found footage films. His self-portrait...
Memory as an archive of images in the works of the young French director and graphic designer.
The use of found footage is quite common in contemporary cinema. A recurring device in horror and science fiction,...
The incredible story of a robot, made using only NASA's archival footage.
Australia / 8minutes
A man cries while listening an old tape, we hear the voice of a woman talking about how she...
War, time travel and a broken walkman are the backdrop to this science-fiction love story
USA / 11minutes