Archive for the ‘Short Film’ Category

Animated Short: Replay

Replay – ESMA Monteplier by Roger Foxtrot.

Animated Short: Thursday

An everyday love story set in the not so distant future sees blackbirds battling with technology, automatic palm readers and power cuts.

Directed by Matthias Hoegg at the Royal College of Art, London, 2010. Nominated for a BAFTA for Short Animation.

Tune For Two

An execution takes an unexpected turn…

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Supinfocom Graduation Film 2010. Directed by Marion Petegnief, Matthieu Bernadat, Nils Boussuge, Florence Ciuccoli and Clément Deltour.

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The Incident At Tower 37

Sauberes Wasser für eine gesunde Welt / Clean Water for a Healthy World.

Passend zum weltweiten Tag des Wassers dieser schön animierte Kurzfilm:

Tower 37 siphons every drop of water from a once-pristine lake, that is, until the station’s steward realizes that it is slowly destroying an entire ecosystem.

The Incident at Tower 37 (2009) is a ten-minute HD animated film, written and directed by Chris Perry and produced within the collaborative animation curriculum at Hampshire College.

Shortfilm: Blinky™

Soon every home will have a robot helper. Don’t worry. It’s perfectly safe.

| Written & Directed by Ruairi Robinson |


Directed by Robb Greene and Photographed by Joseph Volpe.

Extraction follows the story a military group struggling to survive the occurring zombie infection. Leadership breaks down when they seek to discover a possible cure in an abandoned hospital.

This film was shot on location in Ridgeland SC within a condemned hospital. The hospital had no working electricity. Crews worked around the clock rerouting power and setting up lighting for the shoot. In the end, this film was nominated in the SCADemy awards for Cinematography, Art Direction, and a host of other categories.

The 3rd Letter

Mehrfach ausgezeichneter Science Fiction Kurzfilm von Grzegorz Jonkajtys.

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Drawing Inspiration

“A wino, resigned and stuck in his ways, finds mysterious sketches on the park bench that he visits every day. As these pictures stir his thoughts, he begins to notice the world around him and to reflect upon his own place within it. He meets a young boy whose innocent encouragement helps to release him from his self destructive social withdrawal and unlocks a part of his character that had been long forgotten.”

I Love Sarah Jane

A bunch of teenagers in a ghost town, full of death and desolation, where adults have turned into zombies. Among them, stands Jimbo, madly in love with Sarah Jane. Directed by Spencer Susser, who also co-wrote the script with Australian author/director David Michod, this film has been selected in major festivals across the world (among which Sundance ’08) and won 4 prizes so far.