Featured Short Film: “Dinner” by Writer / Director John Buchanan

We didn’t see it coming! Check out DINNER,  this week’s featured short film. Clocking in  @ 6min of showtime “Dinner” just completed a run at the London City Film Festival and is worth the time. “Dinner” tells the troubling-ly amusing story of a skilled predator who preys on vulnerable young women, using an innocent dinner […]

Featured Short Film: “Highpoint Pool” by Dayla Kennedy

Highpoint Pool from Dayla Kennedy on Vimeo Set in the 1980’s a young boy makes a final plea to President Reagan, on behalf of his love interest, to stop the building of a tract home development that will replace their existing community pool. Shot 35mm anamorphic in 1999, Highpoint Pool was eventually completed in 2013 […]

Film Short ‘Mackerel” by Director Lee Seol-hee and Korea’s support of the short form

I was first exposed to Korea’s love for short films at the 12th Jeonju International Film Festival (JIFF) and, despite some of the exquisite feature films I managed to catch that year, it was the shorts that ended up being most memorable. In many of the film festivals held annually in Korea, there are an […]

DIFF 2013 Short Film Review: Head Over Heels – An short but enchanting experience

Animated short HEAD OVER HEELS showed at this year’s Dallas International Film Festival as was one of the crowd favorites. It won this years Animated Short Grand Jury Prize award.  Stop Motion animation has always seemed a little creepy to me but this films takes that fear and dissolves it. Watching the love bloom again […]

Film Review: Out of Nowhere: Directed by Will Lamborn

Out of Nowhere: Directed by Will Lamborn Review By: A. Cooper Run Time: 18 min You never quit know what to expect when you watch a short film.  Often they are hit and miss due to the length of time the film has to get the audience involved.  In the short film “Out of No […]