This weekend we have a short documentary about challenging ourselves, an animated narrative about the unwittingly uncomfortable exchanges that can take place between parents and children, another animated short about the evolution of a medical condition, a web series funded by a giant multinational conglomerate that is pretty good, and a short film that also serves as a showcase for a new camera.
We have four short films this weekend that all seem to conform to one simple rule: karma can be a darling, or she can be a total bitch.
This weekend we present a sweet animated short, an short documentary about a very talented food artisan, a short film about the afterlife, a short documentary that explains how creative people can help improve the world, and a nicely edited look at what it was like to go for a run in the aftermath of the blizzard that covered New York in a blanket of snow.
This weekend we've got a delicious horror thriller, a Star Wars fan film, a short film that offers a suggestion for the future of advertising, a beautifully made documentary about meal time in two different households, and a short film made from a selection of animated GIFs.
This weekend we have a cool relationship drama with interesting stakes, a short documentary about young love, a music video, the trailer for an interesting looking movie, and a commercial that takes a recognised brand's advertising in a whole new direction.
We have three animated shorts, a timelapse kaleidoscope - maybe a kaleidoscopic timelapse, and a short documentary about an artist in this weekend's selection.
This weekend we have two amazing videos showcasing far off lands--Japan, and the Arctic; an animated documentary telling of a small but vital piece of World War II history; an epic piece of Nike advertising; and a cool animated short that uses black and white really well.