Archive for the ‘Short Film’ Category

The Shirley Temple

The boundaries between childhood and adulthood become blurry for a kid at his mother’s cocktail party. In this experimental-narrative short, characters, symbols and abstractions interchange to examine the relationships between children and adults, escapism and sexuality.

Directed & animated by Daniela Sherer.

How Are You Today?

In a fucked up world, two opposite characters meet.

Directed by Sophie Markatatos @ Royal College of Art, 2016.


Alex, a young woman, is increasingly getting tired of adult life. Her daily routine is restricted by norms and expectations of the modern world, and social media have replaced human interaction. One day, she sees Bacchus, a charismatic sensual figure, who lures her into a colorful world, which is a complete opposite of her reality. In this mysterious place, you are free to follow your instincts and explore your deepest desires.

BACCHUS was made by a team of 3rd year Character Animation & CG Art students at The Animation Workshop/VIA University College in Viborg, Denmark.

Sci-Fi Short Film: Little Thing

A tiny creature searches for companionship in an empty city.

His music transforms the space around him and calls to others.

Little Thing is an award winning Short film, about music, loneliness and the search for connection.

Directed by Or Kan tor.

The Journey Of Life: VIA

A short animated film that tells the journey of life through the use of epic, beautiful environments and meaningful character animation. It shows how we should open our eyes to the good things that happen every day, to the experiences we share with the people we love, and the silver linings and the lessons to be learnt in even the lowest times.

Directed by Izzy Burton • Poem written by Rachel Cladingbowl.

Music by Vince Webb • Narrated by Harry Ditson.

Waves ‘98

Disillusioned with his life in the suburbs of segregated Beirut, Omar’s discovery lures him into the depth of the city. Immersed into a world that is so close yet so isolated from his reality, he eventually loses track and finds himself struggling to keep his attachments, his sense of home.

Directed by Ely Dagher.

Waves ’98 is as much a narrative film as it is a personal visual essay dedicated to Dagher’s hometown, Beirut. The film is an artistic exploration of the director’s current relation with his Lebanon, his home country, projected through the story of a teenager and set in 1998.

The short was awarded the Palme D’or in the short flm category at the closing ceremony on the 25th of May in Cannes, France.


Summer of 1982. Teo claims he has found a wormhole.

His brother Óscar does not believe him – at least not for now.

Written & directed by Olga Osorio.


Written & directed by Will Mayo & Ian Scott McGregor • Starring Annie Golden.

Child Dream

Floating barges, water that suddenly takes human form and rainfall that leaves puddles deep enough to drown in… Is this merely a child’s dream ?

Short animation film written & directed by Christophe Gérard.

CELL: A Sci-Fi B-Movie Short Film

A Prisoner of war wakes up in a Nazi prison cell to discover he’s the unwitting test subject in a cruel psychological experiment where all is not as it seems.

A throwback to the VHS era, ‘Cell’ is a Sci-Fi B-movie short film written by Alex Hollister & directed by Paul Holbrook.