A young boy's discovery of a colorful, wish-granting rock causes chaos in the suburban town of Black Falls when jealous kids and scheming adults alike set out to get their hands on it.
Shorts made by 11 directors in order to fight against the SARS epidemy that occurred in China and Hong Kong in 2003. The shorts were produced by the Information Service Departement of the Government of HK SAR. The aim was to bring back confidence to the HK popuation. The running-time is 1 to 2 minutes for each short.12 Short films: 1-"Rhapsody", director: Johnny To and Wai Ka-fai; 2-"My Sow Is Not Feeling Well", director: Fruit Chan; 3-"Smile", director: Teddy Chen; 4-"Of a Cause" (Animation) director: Tsui Hark; 5-"Hong Kong - A Winner", director: Stephen Chow; 6-"Who's Miss Hong Kong?", director: Joe Ma; 7-"Family of Heroes", director: Alex Law and Mabel Cheung; 8-"Until Then", director: Gordon Chan and Dante Lam; 9- "McDull 1:99" director: Brian Tse; 10-"Spring, 2003", director: Peter Chan; 11-"A Glorious Future", director: Andrew Lau and Alan Mak; 12-"Making of 1:99", director: Wong Shou-Ping.
Exploring a common theme 'India Is a Visual Journey', 'Shorts' is a compilation of 5 short films that focus on things that are quintessentially Indian.
Nice Shorts consists of four short films from up and coming directors. A simple walk means so much more in the touching short "Shall We Take a Walk?" directed by Kim Ye Yeong and Kim Yeong Geun. Directed by Hong Sung Hoon, "Girl" tells of a father's strange day when his son's girlfriend shows up, and Lee Jeong Wook's "Mates" goes undercover into memories and crime solving. Winner of Best Korean Short at the 2009 Jeonju Film Festival and the Excellence Award at the Seoul Independent Film Festival, Jo Sung Hee's "Don't Step Out of the House" is about two young children who live in a rundown apartment by themselves, and what happens when adults invade their space.
In these sexy, fun and darkly entertaining boys shorts, we see the hilarious terrors of gay childhood, an Internet hook-up with unexpected motivation and what happens when you hate musicals. You might wonder if theres hope for a gay Lothario, and sometimes you'll see that when you go home, the end is just the beginning.
The 2017 OSCAR® nominated short films, live action: Midenki (Sing), Silent Nights, Timecode, Ennemis Interieurs (Enemies Within), La Femme et le TGV (The Woman and the TGV).
Three Degoutante Filmpjes by cartoonist Jeroom
In the tradition of “Creepshow” comes the Macabre Pair of Shorts! This horror/comedy spoofs everything from “The Twilight Zone” and Dr. Seuss to “Die Hard” and “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow.” One fateful Halloween night, two employees of a certain motion picture equipment house discover a very unusual film. They decide to thread it up, and the rest becomes a very memorable Halloween indeed! Filled with vicious female vampires and an assortment of creepy characters, The Macabre Pair of Shorts “fits so tightly, you might find it hard to breathe.” – Don Murphy (Producer “Natural Born Killers”, “From Hell”).
TEN great short films curated by Tim Schultz of the amazing Mile High Horror Film Festival that takes place in Denver Colorado every October. 75 minutes of indie genius including: - The Table - Velvet Road - A Little Off the Top - White Room - Bunny Boy - Nursery Crimes - Incubator
A collection of short films and music videos from independent filmmaker David Markey, from 1974 to 2004.
Seven short films, all of which feature name actors, including Judi Dench, Kenneth Branagh, Colin Firth, Lily Tomlin, Keira Knightley, Jesse Tyler Ferguson and more.
Third in the series of six Traveling Man two-reel comedy shorts. While traveling they are in need of some moonshine....
Compilation of 5 short gay films previously seen at Gay Film Festivals around the world and 1 bonus clip. 1)Tom Clay Jesus shows a one night stand between Tom and Clay which goes nowhere until Jesus enters the picture... 2)Boychick tells what happens when the jewish gay boy in high school channels his "inner Brittany" to attract the cute debate club boy. 3)Audit shows what happens to a Hollywood actor/actress couple when the IRS auditor turns out to be an ex-boyfriend of the actor. 4)The Prom Queen tells of a high school darg queen attending the local prom with his athelete date. 5)Caught tells the story of a photographer who falls for a pre-med student who already has a boyfriend. 6)Rainbow Avenger tells of an overweight gay man who becomes a super hero
A horror anthology that is a throwback to the old days of horror when there were hosts to introduce the macabre to the eager audiences.
Contains: "L'atelier de peinture" Live action combine with manipulation of the film by bleaching or displacing the emulsion side and with collage of acetate or 35mm slides; "Church": Live action manipulated with «ammonia base detergent»; "Subject:Sound Color Picture": Found Footage recut into S-8mm and edited on the academy leader structure.
Nickelodeon wiz-kid Erik Leiser displays his boundless creativity in this short collection; A stunning compilation of works presented with a mixture of live action, stop motion animation, puppetry and pixilation techniques, produced between 2001 and 2006.
A documentary short included as an extra with "The Buster Keaton Collection".
This feature includes three new shorts: The Killer's Meow, The Last Rendezvous 2: Retribution, and The Opportunist. All wrapped together with horror host Count Balazar.
Every family has a figure who captures the imagination of future generations of storytellers. For Camaran Henson, that figure is his grandfather, a former police detective he was convinced was immortal, like a superhero. Though his grandfather didn’t prove to be immortal, Camaran still considers him worthy of his legendary status — and a deserving focal point of continued storytelling. He came to StoryCorps to remember “Detective Simmons.”