There are so many movies about zombies in world cinema that it seemed that all the resources of originality dedicated to these monstrous creatures had been exhausted. However, the short film ‘HUMANS!’ has all the chances, even though not […]

    Jun 10, 2020
  • The Road of the Weather

    Some short films are not necessarily made to be dissected by a critical filter, but only to depict a certain atmosphere, to transport the viewer to a special corner of the world. ‘The Road of the Weather‘ is such […]

    May 31, 2020
  • In Between the White Space

    A war never ends; the armistice is just an illusion. The real war doesn’t necessarily happen on the battlefield, but within each participant. Not coincidentally, as Tyler Mendelson points out in his short film, ‘In Between the White Space‘, […]

    Apr 9, 2020
  • Last Chance Dance

    It’s hard to say whether the ‘Last Chance Dance‘ short documentary is focused more on dance or on the idea of friendship and devotion. Perhaps this thematic uncertainty is due to the fact that dance and devotion are inseparable. […]

    Apr 6, 2020
  • I Won’t Say I Love You

    You don’t have to be Harry Potter to bring magic into your life. And yet, the H.P. initials seem to be a person’s lucky charm. This is what happens with Harriet Padgett (Harry Potter fan, by the way), the […]

    Mar 24, 2020
  • The Journeyman

    Every video game nowadays has a story, follows a plot, and eventually becomes a narrative that builds up as it develops. ‘The Journeyman’ reminded us of such games that are more than meets the eye, and that one may […]

    Mar 11, 2020
  • Remembrance

    Human relationships always involve a variety of emotions that, in cinema, can be explored in countless ways. This thematic potential is certainly of particular interest to director Tom White who explores in his short film, ‘Remembrance‘, a sensitive human […]

    Mar 8, 2020
  • The Radicalization of Jeff Boyd

    A movie like ‘The Radicalization of Jeff Boyd’ can make you take a little bit of time and think about life and the transformation of the self in ways one cannot imagine. This transformation comes when you least expect […]

    Mar 4, 2020
  • Align

    There have been a lot of debates on a potential crisis of certain art forms. Since the last century, critics were talking about the imminent death of literature, of the impossibility of finding special word combinations. The same thing […]

    Mar 2, 2020
  • The Well

    In ‘The Well,’ André Borelli plays with the relativity of the human perception in a way filmmakers are often scared to do so. ‘The Well’ starts as a story that announces the bizarre everyday events and ends up being […]

    Feb 4, 2020
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