This weekend we have a documentary about a man who repurposes used metal to create beautiful sculptures, an animated short about a man trying to save a theatre, a fun advertisement for AT&T, and an animated representation of Soviet cars.
This weekend we have a funny short film set inside a toilet stall, a one-take short film that takes place on New Year's Eve, a free running film set in an airport, a beautifully edited 1 second a day film, and a gorgeous looking film about a boy's first parachute jump.
This weekend we have featured two Christmas greetings, a commercial featuring Dawyne Wade, a short documentary about kimchi, and beautiful piece of wordless filmmaking. Merry Christmas!
We have featured two pieces of short fiction in today's selection that explore the extremes of human behaviour in decidedly inventive ways. They are also powerful examples of storytelling. We've also got an animated interpretation of a recorded conversation with Francis Ford Coppola and David Ehrlich's supercut of the 25 best films of 2016 according to him.
This weekend we've got a documentary about a man who works as a human cannonball, an experimental video that uses a split-screen setup to tell its story, the gorgeous new H&M film directed by Wes Anderson, and an equally beautiful--to look at--Versace film.
We have a new Free People short film on this weekend's selection, along with videos (separately) lauding Novak Djokovic and James Harden, a melancholy animated short about a child dealing with the new man in the house, and an entertaining piece of advertising for a school in Germany.
This weekend we have a spectacular short anime, a sci-fi short that does a powerful job of ratcheting up the tension, a thought-provoking film on the ethical dilemma of self-driving cars, a dreamy short about the duel between night and day, and a stunning example of the 'walk cycle' - which is a key element in every animator's arsenal.