Charlie Hebdo, Before the Massacre.
“For the first time ever, a worldwide chain of events has been started by a drawing.” says Jean “Cabu”...
The documentary of the New York Times takes us inside the editor office of Charlie Hebdo. A testament that's also a cause for reflection.
(New York Times)
USA / 5minutes
The Saddest Boy in the World
Timothy Higgins recalls his entire life on the day of his ninth birthday. He’s constantly thinking about suicide. Written and...
The birthday party of the saddest boy in the world.
(Modern Family Productions )
Canada / 14minutes
In a not so distant future, not much has changed… except for the force of gravity. For some reason,...
In a not so distant future, the absence of gravity complicates the everyday life, but for true dreamers it could also be a way to escape it all.
Norway / 10minutes
Little Shit – by Richard Gorodecky
The acclaimed short film Little Shit by Richard Gorodecky has collected many awards in its festival run, including that...
A child's journey to discover his and London's hidden nature
UK / 14minutes
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.
Shorts not to miss at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival
The 2015 Sundance Film Festival kicks off this week, and the shorts film program is comprised of 60 films...
The Moment – by Karis Oh
“The moment” is what makes us look up and stop the thoughts, it is time to insight. These few words...
What really matters in the end of life?
USA / 3minutes
The Life & Death of an iPhone
Needless to deny: most of us live attached to the phone. A form of technological autism entirely contemporary, that even...
Life, death, and reincarnation of an iPhone from its point-of-view. An original perspective on our relatoinship with technology.
USA / 7minutes
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
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
Player Two – by John Wikstrom
As so often in similar situations, all begins with a little and innocent question: can video games be a...
Can video games be a spiritual experience? The game will never be over
USA / 2minutes
The Brain Hack – by Joseph White
Neurotheology, technology, science, conspiracy theories, simulation, deception, psychosis, suspense, fear, excitement, mystery, revelation, surprise: rarely a short film manages...
Two students create a short-cut to induce hallucinogenic visions of God, but find themselves hunted by a deadly religious sect.
USA / 19minutes
Blending together science fiction and melodrama, Joe Sill‘s Expo is a short that combines a great visual impact to...
Science fiction and melodrama come together in this story of loss, loneliness and survival.
(Everdream Pictures )
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.
Father – by Santiago ‘Bou’ Grasso
Argentina, 1983. The dictatorship just passed and the horror, by now invisible, finds a place in the inside, in...
The flow of daily life in the shadow of dictatorship
France, Argentina / 12minutes
Simon Christen shot for two years various photos of a misty San Francisco at dusk, to compose this highly...
USA / 5minutes
In a Lost & Found office an old man is working behind his desk. Every day an old lady enters...
When you lose something dear to your heart, there is only one place it can be found. The Lost Property office.
(Produced by Tom Mortimer)
UK / minutes
Online Premiere: Dinola
Dinola is a child living in the village of Ushguli, in Georgia. Her father has just died, and the...
In the cold mountains of Georgia, a widow is forced to marry another man and leave her life and child behind.
(20 Steps Production)
Georgia / 14minutes
Afronauts – Zambia’s Space Program
It’s the 60s: the world is divided by the Cold War, and the USA are in the midst of...
A short presented at the Berlinale and a photographic book narrate the incredible space-adventure of an african dreamer in the 60s
Focus On: Federica Gianni, Director of Primo and The Friend from Tel Aviv
Federica Gianni‘s gaze upon the world is unusual. It’s piercing and slanted. She is a NYC-based Italian writer/director and...
At MedFilm Festival, we met Federica Gianni, who told us about her short films: watch the online premieres of The Friend from Tel Aviv and Primo
All Flowers in Time
A creepy old man, two frightened teenagers, a child and a girl that play a game of making scary...
Chloè Sevigny stars in a surreal story about possession and scary faces.
USA / 14minutes
Scrambled – by Bastiaan Schravendeel
Can a Rubik’s Cube still be an intriguing game for millennials? It is probably the question that the animators...
The immortal charm of the Rubik's cube
Netherlands / 7minutes
Head over Heels
After many years of marriage, Walter and Madge have grown distant from each other, to the point that they...
This Oscar-nominated animation is an heartwarming tale of a married couple whose lives have grown in opposite directions.
UK / 10minutes
Bum-Bum Doch’ Rybaka (Bum-Bum, The Baby of The Fisher)
In a seaside village inhabited by animals and anthropomorphic creatures with odd, long noses, a lone fisherman carries out its...
A sweet and surreal tale realised by Ivan Maximov, one of the most important Russian animators, winner of the Grand Prix at Tampere Film Festival 2014.
Russia / 9minutes
Can You Read My Lips?
Can You Read My Lips? is an immersive short from director David Terry Fine about lip-reading based on the...
What's it like to use one sense to do the work of another?
(Little Moving Pictures)
USA / 5minutes
From Dad to Son – by Nils Knoblich
A prisoner receives the message that his old father needs help with care of the farm. In his desperate...
Son's love... in papercraft
Germany / 6minutes
Sundance 2018: 4 Online Shorts You Can Watch Now
The 2018 Sundance Film Festival kicks off Thursday Jan. 18. This year, approximately 200 feature-length and short films were...
Let's dispel the myth that "if you post your short online, you are blown for A-list festivals"