What would an intimate drama written by Asimov or Philip K. Dick, in collaboration with Ian McEwan, look like? We know that such a combination may sound quite bizarre, but director Kilian Thomas manages to find in his short […]

    Aug 14, 2021
  • Deus Ex Machina

    In world cinema, there are many excellent films based on a character’s life suffering from strange diseases or syndromes. Of course, the choice of a theme per se doesn’t certify the quality of a project, but the intuition with […]

    Aug 1, 2021
  • The Vow

    We all know the sad story of Madame Butterfly and her tragic love affair. Well, Charles Sweeney invites us to a sort of alternative ending of the famous opera. However, his short film, ‘The Vow‘, doesn’t take place in […]

    Jul 27, 2021
  • The Widow

    There are few short films that manage as well as ‘The Widow‘ to create such a strong main character. Obviously, not only the complexity of the story or the talent of the main actress are the only qualities of […]

    Sep 18, 2020
  • Three Brothers Two

    Revenge doesn’t always have a sweet taste; revenge that heals is an illusion. ‘Three Brothers Two‘ is a short film tackling the premises of such a destructive temper, building around a family tragedy an explosion of negative energies that […]

    Jul 9, 2020
  • Cyrano aux tranchées

    Certain literary characters emerged victorious from the war with time, entering the constellation of the priceless values of humanity. The short film signed by Edouard Dossetto is focused on such a character, but also on a painful moment detached […]

    May 27, 2020

    There are certain films that do not necessarily amaze with a complex storyline, but with their “sensory” quality, composing a delightful atmosphere the viewer feels long after the end of the project. The same thing happens with the short […]

    May 1, 2020
  • The Prisoner

    Certain “transdisciplinary” concepts, such as “cinematic poems”, tend to have a rather metaphorical meaning when attributed to experiments based on an artistic convergence between film, photography and literature. In fact, a true “cinematic poem” means the sum of all […]

    Mar 6, 2020
  • Mammoth

    There are a few projects that impress with their apparent narrative simplicity. In fact, the great asset of ‘Mammoth‘ consists in depicting through an impressive authenticity a simple but profound human emotional mechanism, which pushes viewers to a  meditation […]

    Feb 12, 2020
  • Like the Shadow in the Dark

    The political mechanism is a sensitive subject that has generated not only essential social progress, but also major destructions that have managed to catalyse the most hurtful human manifestations. Unfortunately, this demonic politics is not a tragic episode we […]

    Nov 8, 2019
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