• Crosshair: A Tipping Point

    Life is worth living… at the cost of your life! As paradoxical as it sounds, this is the very message of the short film ‘Crosshair: A Tipping Point’. Amit Patel builds a thriller-like project that is, in fact, based […]

    Nov 21, 2020
  • From Charlie, With Love

    Charlie Chaplin is indisputably one of the most important figures in world cinema whose influence is felt even today, in many recent productions. The short film From Charlie, with Love is signed by Andres Ramirez who, starting with the […]

    Nov 2, 2020
  • Out with the Old

    Good animations are always like a breath of fresh air. All the more so when they depict some small fragments of everyday kindness, as ‘Out with the Old‘ does. This short stop motion animation signed by George Summers starts […]

    Oct 7, 2020
  • Death Can’t Take Me

    The coronavirus pandemic has been a confusing and turbulent time for the entire world – even now, countries are still facing the possibility of further lockdowns and increased virus transmission. ‘Death Can’t Take Me‘ is an incredibly topical and […]

    Oct 3, 2020
  • D2: Train to the End of the World

    Road trip movies are a tried-and-true genre – the wide-open road (or in the case of D2: Train to the End of the World, the wide-open railroad) is a cinematic wonder. These types of films are often visually stunning, […]

    Sep 21, 2020
  • Broken Circle

    We know that people and their stories make the essence of a film, but there are certain cases where the protagonist slightly defies this rule. This is what happens with the short film ‘Broken Circle‘ in which it is […]

    Sep 8, 2020
  • Art is Angst

    What else can be new in art? We are so accustomed to those artists who vainly agonize in their desperate search for new metamorphoses of aesthetics that we come to another delicate question: has art just become… empty? If […]

    Aug 26, 2020
  • Sonny Jim | izakariah

    The films about the First World War are so numerous that it is almost impossible for directors passionate about this subject to find new ways to illustrate the dramas of those who faced that period. Thus, Isaac Lee doesn’t […]

    Jul 30, 2020
  • Mug Shot

    Special encounters do not always lead to something good. ‘Mug Shot‘ proposes the unfortunate result of such a seemingly providential meeting that gradually becomes a game of seduction based on manipulation. Without guiding this scenario towards the formula of […]

    Jul 22, 2020
  • Frigid

    There are certain films that impress not by their story, but by their atmosphere that transcends words. ‘Frigid‘ is such an experimental short film that looks like an instrumental music video, while depicting the mood of a girl trying […]

    Jul 18, 2020
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