Two Candy-Crazed Monsters Battle For Sweet-Tooth Supremacy In This Short

Brown-eyed beastie Chubzilla may seem like a harmlessly delusional fellow (except for all the indiscriminate stomping), but don’t get between him and dessert. Seriously, DON’T. This thesis film was co-directed Elizabeth Lee and Dominik Koscinski, students at New York City’s School of Visual Arts. » 5/02/15 4:00pm Saturday 4:00pm

This Fantasy Cartoon Reveals The Hilarious Truth About Bureaucrats

You may think that the bored-looking bureaucrats sitting behind the windows at offices and agencies have to do nothing more complicated than stamping your paperwork, but the short film Office Kingdom reveals the truth: they’re fantasy warriors who must quest for that all-important approval stamp. » 4/28/15 6:00pm Tuesday 6:00pm

A Forensic Photographer Explains The Fine Art Of Capturing A Crime Scene

Forensic photographer Nick Marsh discusses his 20-year career in David Beazley's five-minute documentary. Among the revelations: lighting, composition, and keeping an open mind are of utmost importance — and technology has actually harmed his profession by flooding the field with undertrained shutterbugs. » 4/16/15 9:00pm 4/16/15 9:00pm

Father And Son Work Out Their Issues While Battling Time-Traveling Robot


A new father meets the time-traveling adult version of his infant son in the comedy short Future Hero. When an android is sent from the future to kill his son as a baby this father has to team up with the resentful adult version of his boy. And while trying to save his son, he may just save their relationship. » 4/14/15 1:42pm 4/14/15 1:42pm

Child Star Of An Educational TV Show Gets A Message From His Future Self

When Elle arrives at the home of famed educational TV host in the short film Dear Lucas, the second biggest surprise is connecting with the host's son and former co-host, Lucas. But the biggest surprise comes later that night when Lucas receives a message from himself — written in the year 2067. » 4/13/15 6:00pm 4/13/15 6:00pm

Director Turns A Perry Bible Fellowship Comic In A Demented Short Film

Nicholas Gurewitch's webcomic Perry Bible Fellowship is always good for a perverse laugh, but what would one of those gag comics look like as a short film? Director Matt Lenski took a crack at adapting the Perry Bible Fellowship comic "No One is Thirsty." Naturally, it starts out sweet and gets pretty twisted. » 4/03/15 3:20pm 4/03/15 3:20pm

What Happens When People First Realize That Their World Isn't Real?

The people in the proof-of-concept short film Sundays are living in a Matrix-like reality, but this isn't quite The Matrix. This is a story about people just beginning to realize something is awry with their reality. It's not only that they may be living in a simulation — it's also that the world they're inhabiting… » 3/25/15 2:30pm 3/25/15 2:30pm