This weekend we have a funny short film about a teenager's plan to strike up a conversation with a girl he likes, an equally funny short that also serves as a prayer for the future of the New York Knicks, an animated love note to the horror genre, another animated short in which a psychologist explains why he is against empathy, and a beautifully animated student film about memories and loss.
This weekend we have two dramatic pieces of narrative storytelling, a disorienting montage of drone cinematography, two shorts featuring iconic cities in unusual ways, and a comedy set at a rest stop in the UK.
This weekend we have a new film by Kendy Ty, a documentary about a skateboarder and tattoo artist from Havana in Cuba, an animated short about creativity, a film about what it sounds like when a drum kit is played in a field of boulders, and an animated history of the number zero.
Six new short films this weekend including a travel video set in Mexico featuring the couple behind the viral tag FollowMe, a short documentary on the artist Colette Robbins, an animated short about a pair of scissors escaping a kitchen, a very clever short film about a gas station robbery, a fake Presidential campaign ad made using only stock footage, and a documentary about Levis's 501 jeans.
Two of the short films featured today are presented in uncommon aspect ratios. We also have an animated short about a road trip, and a short documentary about a skateboarder whose actions could have affected his future in a terrible way.
This weekend we have a sci-fi short film that is also a proof-of-concept for a feature; a melancholy animated short about the things you cannot outrun; a motion graphics piece from a documentary about Syrian refugees; a short documentary about a banker who quit her job to climb mountains; and a gorgeously animated piece about the future of employment.
This weekend we have a short documentary on a street artist who calls herself MissMe, a sci-fi short that cocks a snook at the idea of artificial intelligence, an animated short with a rather racy conclusion, and a travel video filmed in India.