A young girl goes off her medication and leaves a bleak metropolis to immerse herself in a vibrant oceanic cove.
It's unfortunate, it's messy and it always feels much too soon. Is there ever, really, a good time to see your ex?
Every frame is an artistic masterpiece!
Shot in just 24 hours on the Blackmagic 4k Production Camera by Jamie Brooks, director "not crazy into the horror genre"
Sonny Chiba plays Terry Tsurugi, a man who was orphaned when his Japanese father was executed in China during World War II. He's the best of the best in Japan and is hired to help get a criminal on death row out of prison.
A regional finalist for the 2013 Student Academy Awards.
A stop-motion short, created using a combination of clay, object, and puppet animation.
An office stiff wakes up in an alley mysteriously covered in blood. In the aftermath, he attracts the attention of his beautiful coworker, granting him a new lease on life …but something strange is afoot.
Based on a true story about a vacationing couple’s encounter with the Zodiac Killer.
07-11-2014 Science fiction
On a post-apocalyptic Earth, small girl is the only human survivor.
13-11-2014 Science fiction
Abstract short movie version of District 9, a nominee for best picture at the Oscars.
Three tales of monsters, killers, and things that go bump in the night.
A six-year old boy in Trinidad & Tobago dreams of being a super hero!
Futuristic dystopian vision of Los Angeles by Peruvian director Ricardo de Montreuil.
From the creator of the hero’s best onscreen representation
26-10-2014 Science fiction
Contemporary space exploration is crucial to searching for clues to our own origins.
What if Bruce Lee said something not funny to Iron Man. What if Iron Man called Bruce Lee a chicken?
A reminder of how we use our body and our mind in the art of Tai Chi Chua - Just serve Tea!
Beautifully shot western film with very clever editing.
08-01-2015 Science fiction
This film has an incredibly visceral quality that normally either comes from great skill or your own heart! - Tess Connellan, The Scribblings Of A Cinephile