Scroll through the A-Z list of shorts from all over the world.
A love, a death, another death, are reconciled in a subterranean world.
‘Ablution' peers through the glory hole of a scummy London toilet as two people meet, but never face to face.
In the remote upper Himalayna region of Ladakh, two sisters struggle with the onset of separation.
Set in the Admissions Room for the afterlife, Admissions features an Israeli couple and a Palestinian. Its purpose is to start a healing conversation.
Zack, 24, is a cool cat tattooed right to the top of his neck. As proof of his commitment to the band that has just recruited him as lead singer, he must have its logo tattooed on his body. But his tattooist and mentor refuses to do it on credit this time. He's gonna have to find the cash from somewhere.
"American Luthier" is a documentary short about a guitar-maker whose client list includes some of the greatest guitar players in the world.
'A relationship that shouldn't mean anything, but in the end of course, it does.'
An all Somali, refugee cast brings to life this coming of age fable of a Somali boy struggling to survive in his war-torn homeland.
When Steve's new GPS suddenly asks for help, he follows her instructions from sunny suburbia into the depths of an abandoned warehouse to a door.
‘Backlot' is a short narrative film that parallels an editor's nightly routine with the larger-than-life stories of his current documentary film subject, a veteran of Hollywood's golden age.
The suspenseful tale of Danko Jones trying to save the world from an evil scientist whilst escaping multiple hit men out to get him.
A woman, lost in a surreality brought on by grief, meets an electrician who may offer her a way out of hell up to light.
"Adolescence is the only period in which we learn anything..."
The wife is suffering from stomach pain and she firmly believes that she can find cure from Doctor. However,Doctor has no idea how. The husband goes to an empty lot in search of a snake. The sister talks but who knows if it is truth?
Life is a constant struggle to find a right answer.
The story of a wall during the last century in Italy: protagonist of supporting different ideologies, is the mirror of society, until TV takes over.
Fever, darkness, fear and acceptance. A blind man’s journey that leads to different ways of seeing the world.
Fractured account of a victimized boy who breaks free from his miserable life after meeting a mysterious girl who lives in a wall, set to the entirety of Ravel's "Bolero".
Shortly after World War II an older married couple experiences an unusual night… a night that has yet to reveal how the war has affected the two of them.
The self-proclaimed last traveling salesman in America, Stue Larkin is anything but your average salesman.
Filmed on location in Afghanistan, a stirring coming of age drama that offers an intimate look at another side of this war-torn country.
A cadaver wakes up to say a last goodbye to his wife but discovers a truth in death he didn't know in life.
Life is precious, water shouldn’t be. Carbon For Water explores what happens when vulnerable women and girls, dirty water, and climate change collide in Kenya.
An unusual courtship that explores the fine line between love and zombie cannibalism.
Christine find her runaway son Damien, panhandling in front of a supermaket. After a moment with him, Christine realizes that Damien won't coming home. She'll have to make a choice: the choice, for love, to let him leave.
After a call from his wife, Paul is turned upside down...
In the grip of a spiraling compulsion, a businessman, Ken, encounters a young gambler, who could save or destroy him in the City of Commerce.
Normandy, 1944. Untrained in combat, Sgt Wally Harris and his unit of craftsmen have never looked their enemy in the eye, until now...
This film follows the bloody revenge of a young tailor against a bullying land-keeper during the peasant revolt of Bronte, Sicily.
A sci-fi short film that explores addiction in a futuristic landscape where a new drug has become the symbol for a society too afraid to face its own problems.
There’s nothing nicer than a sedate Sunday drive in the countryside, now that you have reached your golden years. YEAH SURE!
Dharavi Diary is the story of a community that thrives by recycling waste from all over the world and selling it for profit. The story unfolds through the eyes of a teenager named Guddu who lost his job at the recycle workshop where he used to work. It was destroyed by multinational real-estate companies redeveloping Dharavi. Gradually, other workshops and homes are also going to be destroyed. The community is at the crossroads and has to make choices that will have affect its future survival.
An aging man working as a mazdoor (laborer) in the crowded bazaars of Old Delhi remembers his childhood in the countryside and the incidents that changed his life.
After being mugged by Freud and Jung, a brilliant scientist creates a machine to prove his theory about the nature of dreams.
Aging Sarah goes to the beach every day waiting to be rescued from her lonely life and discovers that hope is the last thing to go under.
A lonely mother finds solace in her son's deserted bedroom, rummaging through drawers, making discoveries and confronting the past.
Inspired by the Lionfish plague, this underwater neo-noir tells a story about greed and hierarchy in the Caribbean reefs.
Emptys is a short documentary that follows people who collect beverage containers as their principal source of income.
Charlotte Rampling is devastated. She just caught a rerun of He Died with His Eyes Open on TV, and realized that she has been erased and replaced by another actress: Liz Gareth, who the media is calling "the new Charlotte Rampling."
These are some damn fine smokes Ramona, not a brand I'm familiar, but they are reasonably priced... then you never were much of a smoker.
Amy is an 18 year old high school girl that follows the same routine each day. When she is invited to a friend's party, she ends up outside a hotel room’s door. Inside, events start looking out of place and by the end of the night, she realizes that some things are not exactly as they seem…
Everything is all right is a tale that takes form through a little girl's eyes.
A nomadic hunter writes poems about his power over nature. His philosophy is challenged when he discovers a woman living alone in the woods.
Every action has a reaction.
Living on the edge of a giant, remote salt lake, a father and daughter's calm yet monotonous world is shattered with the discovery of a mysterious stranger.
In recent years, human rights organizations have repeatedly critized the Nordic countries, Finland in particular, for their unwieldy re- sponse to violence against women. A short documentary about the lack of empathy for and violence against women in Finland.
Little Fish Films has released Florêtte, a dark and magical stop animation film based in the midnight hour when things come to life.
A piano teacher has to teach his new, Russian student 'Fur Elise' in 24 hours or her father will break his hands.
A remote Greek village must raise its population in order to avoid being cut off from the local government. When a foreigner, Eric, stumbles into town, the village mayor rallies the hostile townspeople to convince Eric to stay.
A lonely God-fearing spinster is woken by the mating calls of foxes in her garden and decides to join them.
FRIDAY is the story of a teenager struggling to come to terms with the death of his mother on the one-year anniversary of the tragic event.
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