Created as a promotional piece for The Sunday Times EFG Private Bank Short Story Award, this film shows the impact one word can have.
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Ray: A Life Underwater
A rogue with an eye for salvage – and the ladies – Ray: A Life Underwater is an affectionate portrait of one man’s deep sea diving career, told through his extraordinary collection of marine artefacts.
Like a modern-day pirate, 75-year-old Ray Ives has been scouring the seabed for treasure his whole life.
The former commercial diver has plundered the deep for over fifty years, bringing to the surface anything that glittered — even gold.
In a shipping container near the water, Ray tends his museum of cannon, bottles, bells, swords, portholes and diving gear.
Ray: A Life Underwater by Amanda Blueglass & Danny Cook
A brilliant scientist travels through various dimensions and realms in search of his lost love.
Fluids The Musical, Blood, Vomit, Snot
A fun musical from the team behind the excellent the excellent Fallout: Nuka Break film, designed to show off some low-budget gore effects.
Fluids The Musical, Blood, Vomit, Snot by Backyard FX / Indy Mogul
5 Second Films
Pigeons typically don’t get tenure. But his discourse on Proust is thrilling to behold.
5-Second Films was created by Brian “Boss Man” Firenzi in the Spring of 2005, after being disappointed by so many 5,400-second films. The rules are simple: 2 seconds of beginning titles, 5 seconds of film, 1 second of end titles. If you take umbrage with these 5sfs running at an actual length of 8 seconds, we can only assume you’re no fun at dinner parties.
One Past Two
A boy and a girl meet at a busstop, not knowing they are on the border between life and death.
Bridge is a story about four animal characters trying to cross a bridge, but ending up as obstacles to one another in the process. The moral behind this story revolves around how there are often disagreements or competing paths in life, and the possible results of pride, obstinance, and compromise.
An 8bit hero fights in a 16bit universe.
Move, Eat, Learn
3 guys, 44 days, 11 countries, 18 flights, 38 thousand miles, an exploding volcano, 2 cameras and almost a terabyte of footage… all to turn 3 ambitious linear concepts based on movement, learning and food ….into 3 beautiful and hopefully compelling short films…..
= a trip of a lifetime.
Zombie’s Day Out
Take a walk with a zombie and a beautiful day!
Zombie’s Day Out written, directed and leg-acted by Travis Betz
A couple has an intimate conversation in a restaurant, unaware that their every word is being closely monitored. However, not all is as it seems.
The Tale Of Mr. Rêvus
The animated shortfilm “The Tale Of Mr. Rêvus” is my (Marius Herzog) graduation (Diploma) film, produced at the Georg-Simon-Ohm Hochschule – University Of Applied Sciences, Nuremberg.
Since 1963, Jerry Gretzinger has been working on a cartographic work of art that has taken on a life of its own.
Mac ‘n’ Cheese
Mac ‘n’ Cheese is an animated short directed and created by four students at the Utrecht School of Arts in the Netherlands. This roughly two minute animation took about five months to make, and about a bajillion peanut butter sandwiches.
Synopsis: When you find yourself running scared and running out of energy, there’s only a few options left to outrun your opponent through the southern desert. Stopping at nothing, watch these two guys wear each other out and rip through boundaries hitherto unbroken. Enjoy the ride!
Don’t Hug Me I’m Scared
A guide to thinking creatively.
“Green is not a creative colour.”
Loose Fit – Table Beggar
Suspend your disbelief in this alternate universe of food inspired sound creations and the best newspaper turkey ever to be roasted.
A History Of The Title Sequence
Designed as a possible title sequence for a fictitious documentary, this film shows a history of the title sequence in a nutshell. The sequence includes all the names of title designers who had a revolutionary impact on the history and evolution of the title sequence. The names of the title designers all refer to specific characteristics of the revolutionary titles that they designed.
A History Of The Title Sequence by Jurjen Versteeg & Lea Jurida
Defective Detective by Avner Geller and Stevie Lewis / Cartoon Brew
Film suggested by Matt Creed