The short film is about a journey of a mysterious man whose face is hidden under a human-skin mask. Who is he? Where is he going? What is his plan? Nobody knows, but to him, he has been waiting a lifetime for this one day.
Duc Nguyen is an upcoming Vietnamese filmmaker who studied film in US. After going back to his homeland in 2010, Duc has been working hard to build his filmmaking career. In 2012, he won several national and international awards with his short film "One Day" in which he wrote, produced, directed, shot, edited and color graded. Duc is looking for fund to make his full feature film debut, also the first Vietnamese zombie film, "Betrayal of Humanity."
A man attempts to rob a liquor store with one arm. With a paper bag in front of him, the robber realizes he has no way of escaping without relinquishing the gun. Created by Seth Craven.
While on a camping trip through the New England wilderness, a photographer stops in an out-of-the-way general store. Created by C.H. Chaisson.
Vivid memories and old dreams blend into idyllic and grubby extremes, as an old man can't get a particular girl out of his mind. Created by Matt Strachan.
Seba's fear causes her to blindly attack a friend on the street. Using mindfulness, faith, and a bit of courage, she makes an attempt to ameliorate the situation. Created by Carlos Jackson.
This modern-day fairytale is about a man called Monday who, due to a fatal allergy to serotonin, would quite literally die if ever he felt happiness. Created by Jack Lawrence.
A gothic tale of a girl scared to suck her thumb - lest the monstrous Suckablood should come! Written and directed by Ben Tillett and Jake Cuddihy, and Produced by series creator Ben Franklin.
Zewdu is a street child who sells chewing gum and sleeps under a car in the city of Addis Ababa in Ethiopia. Enrico Parenti is an Italian-American filmmaker who attended Cinema studies in Barcelona.
This is the music video for the swiss band Kyasma's first single "Radioactivity." Jean-Paul Frenay is a Belgian director, visual artist and musician.
Thought your childbirth was natural? Not like ours. A series about how cool, hip and of course, natural we are. Leena Pendharkar is the award-winning writer and director of So Natural.
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Trapped in a dying space station's airlock, Alan must choose between living to see his family again or sacrificing himself to save the lives of his crew.
Michael Matzur is a filmmaker originally from Vancouver, Washington. He recently completed his college degree at the School of Film and Photography - Montana State University in Bozeman, Montana where he wrote and directed several films including Vacuity. He currently lives in Los Angeles, California.
Learn more about Michael at http://www.michaelmatzur.com.
Not the zombie movie you think it is. Written & produced by Sam Wardhan. Directed by Philip Stevens.
A short film about a girl who hides out in a claw machine to escape her abusive home-life. Written, directed, and edited by Kate Marks.
In a city where young, rich people pay what it takes to get what they want, Thomas offers a most unusual service. Written and directed by Thomas Wangsmo.
A group of retirees get their hands on the latest technologies. Written, directed, and produced by Michelle Davidson.
Absent is a short horror film. Submitted by Christian Ruh for a class assignment that represented great storytelling in under fifteen minutes in length.
Jacob Nemeth is a junior at Ohio University studying video production. He is currently enrolled in the School of Media Art & Studies with a focus in video editing.
The Code was written, shot and edited for Splatterfest, a 48 hour horror film contest. Written and produced by Alan Tregoning and Jason Walter Vaile.
Molly Fisher is a Brooklyn-based writer and director. In 2010 she graduated from the NYU Tisch School of the Arts Department of Dramatic Writing and received NYU's 2010 John Golden Playwriting Prize.
The first short fiction film written and directed by Johannes Hartmann. He's had several collaborations in short film, music video and commercial productions.
The director of Lost Children, Teodor, is a student at VSMU, Bratislava. Her work on Lost Children has been rewarded with a Best Cinematography award at Acko festival.
Ben Mallaby has been making shorts since graduating from film school. Pvt. Craine is an official selection at Rushes Soho Shorts.
St. Thomas More Catholic High School, in Lafayette, La implemented a 1:1 tablet program as well as a student run help desk. Being an employee of the STM Help Desk, Brennan Robideaux was inspired to create this film.
Process is a near-future science-fiction web series that follows six people struggling to survive in a city that is changing before their eyes.
Welcome to the Brotherhood, where the timeless tradition of growing a beard stays strong between five friends. Created by Zach Voss.
Reality dot TV is a sketch comedy show. Written, Directed, & Edited by Rogin Kim.
A super-normal eco hero is born in Paris! Created by Jérôme Genevray.
No man is an island...the same goes for computers. Created by Aaron Kirk.
In the flipped economy of 2040, North Americans now do the undesirable jobs catering to the Asian and Indian markets. Created by Jim Munroe.
A webseries about true cosmopolite catastrophe. Created by Amy Kersten.
A young doctor gets a sweet, very well paid gig in Buenos Aires, thousands of miles from his native Canada. But finds there is much more to the job than anticipated. Created by Chad Kukahiko
Brian's finally meeting Annabelle's dad, Mr. Dalton. All is certain to go to plan provided he can present himself as the successful young male that he's not, his ex-girlfriend/current stalker doesn't interfere and he can survive the dinner and get over the fact that Mr. Dalton is a cannibal.
Cynthia talks about the news until a pair of squid decide to invade. Their bickering prevents her from getting anything done. Created by Cynthia Kelly