Archive for the 'short' Category

Interview

After falling out with his editor, a fading political journalist (Buscemi) is forced to interview America’s most popular soap actress (Miller). Read the rest of this entry »

Fragile

A riptide occurs when 2 opposing natural currents collide. ‘Fragile’ is a non-conventional tale about a married woman who goes through a mid-life crisis and who finds self-liberation after an encounter with a photographer with a strange offer while her husband is on the hunt for a rapist. Read the rest of this entry »

Waiting

Things are not what they seem at a lonely bus stop nestled in a small New England town. It’s a crisp winter morning with a landscape painted of fresh snow. A beggar takes shelter from the frozen wind and in his hand he clutches a brown paper bag Read the rest of this entry »

Stay

A thought-provoking and haunting exploration of how reality and dream-states may combine to form complex interactions in the mind of an accident victim. The line between the imagination and reality blurs when an accomplished Psychiatrist takes on a patient that appears to be suicidal. Read the rest of this entry »

Undiscovered

An aspiring model falls in love with a struggling musician when they suddenly cross paths on a NY subway train. Having achieved success as a NY model, Brier decides to move to L.A Read the rest of this entry »

Payback

Porter is a small time but tough criminal, who’s primary gig, is robbery. Now his friend Val Resnick needs 0,000 to pay back a criminal group known as “The Outfit”. He tells Porter about some Asian couriers who carry 0,000, Porter agrees to it on the condition that they split the take Read the rest of this entry »

Wizard of Oz, The

This whaked out anime short pulls out all the stops, making fun of every aspect of the story and filmmaking in general. Britain Dunham speaks like Arnold Schwarzenegger as “The Tinmanator” in this adaptation of the L. Frank Baum classic of the girl carried to a fantastic realm who must seek out the Wizard to get home Read the rest of this entry »