Le Miroir tells the story of a man - in the sense of the human being - which passes from childhood to the status of \"old man\", the time to freshen up. By Ramon and Pedro.
Do you ever have that feeling that everyone else is more successful than you? If you think that is bad - try being Leonardo Da Vinci. Part 1 of the Delve TV Series.
Following the life of Sam and Ari, two people scraping by working on low-pay video production gigs focused on a variety of unsavory, fame-seeking subjects.
When statistician John Wilkins is sucked out of a plane at 43000 feet, he calculates that he has exactly 3 minutes and 48 seconds before he hits the ground. Directed by Campbell Hooper
Everynone compiled this short in attempts to define what exactly a moment is.
A day in the life. Produced by Eamonn O Neill.
An animated short exploring the concept of speed dating by Lucrece Andreae.
Italy, summer of 1987. The infamous Killer gang is initiating two new members, and it is going to get messy. Directed by Francesco Calabrese.
The NY Times and creative director Freddy Arenas showcase a story from the Modern Love column in this animated short.
Hyper expensive cell phones that do almost everything but making a decent phone call by BLR VFX Productions. A friendly reminder how technology takes over.
A down and out vagabonds luck is dramatically altered when he treads on a piece of glass outside the apartment of an arguing couple. You never know what fate is about to throw your way, By Philip Sansom.
Night lovestory of two outsiders, who meet in closed swimming pool in the middle of big city. Produced by Alexandra Hetmerova.
Looking into the productions of Wes Anderson and their immaculate symmetry.
Here we find a common case of over thinking the situation. A short film written and directed by Danny Sangra.
A beautiful couple, a city over-saturated by holograms and digital stream. Paris, 2020.
Father and daughter share a sentimental moment, but trouble boils under the surface. Shot in Italy, Written and Produced by Francesca Coppola.
And action! The Young Director Award shows us through their latest commercial that when directing is in your bones you become a director before knowing how to hold a camera.
A day in the life of Cupid by Simon Bau, Clémentine Choplain, Marie Ecarlat, Benoît Huguet, Julien Soulage.
The interior journey of Guillaume Néry, the apnea world champion, during one of his deep water dives. It draws its inspiration from his physical experience and the narrative of his hallucinations.
A sleep-deprived office worker accidentally discovers a black hole and then greed gets the better of him. Directed by Diamond Dogs.
It was 9:54 when I decided to leave.. An animated short by Daniel Britt, a THIS IS IT production for Channel 4.
Michael is a broken man with a gun. He is surrounded by armed police. A robot with medical training is dispatched to negotiate – but can it save him? Based from the novel The Red Men.
Variable produced this short to help viewers further appreciate and take notice of the beauty in life.
An animation short film in which we experience a breathtaking trip through the bizarre and fantastical unconsciousness of a drug overdosed girl. Directed by Koen de Mol, Olivier Ballast, Rick Franssen.
Three ways of melting a chocolate bunny. Directed by Lernert and Sander.
A French narrator jumps from one dramatic scene to another one, confused about the story that he is trying to tell and fighting with himself until he finally finds it.
A touching entanglement in black and white. Illustrations and production by Michael Frei.
The unlikely inspiration behind a dance tune produced by Todd Terje called Inspector Norse. Inspector Norse is the internet alias of Marius Solem Johansen, a failed musician living in a small town, producing dance videos and drug recipes for YouTube.
Placed in Russia, The Gift is a Sci-Fi short with a savage chase sequence. Directed by Carl E. Rinsch, The Gift Belongs to the Phillips Cinema campaign.
A short film that explores how different people respond to the same piece of music, all captured from the point of view of a vinyl spinning on a record player.
Inspired by the writings of John Bunyan, Pater Noster is latin for Our Father - it is the abstract exploration of a couple navigating their relationship, through the storms of the life journey.