Filip Jacobson’s short documentary Home (Dom) looks at two Polish sisters who run a nursing home for old men battling with drugs, alcohol and personal problems.
https://vimeo.com/130612876 This stop-motion musical is based on the true story of E. Lilian Todd, a self-taught…
A few 60-somethings share the special memories behind some of their tattoos, in this captivating short documentary.
A tense and provoking short film about the fear of death and killing, set at the violent end of the Spanish Civil War.
This Oscar-winning short drama from 2003 is a must see for fans of shorts and British films, from Fish Tank director Andrea Arnold.
A guy waiting for the bus gets caught up in an unusual domestic between a magician and his assistant.
Chase Me Through is an atmospheric portrayal of a couple’s shared – and conflicting – memories of a difficult relationship.
Six potential suitors flaunt their bare legs in hopes of winning the hand of a young lady, in this music video for musician Anika’s In The City.
He Took His Skin Off For Me is a genre-defying short about a guy who takes his skin off for his girlfriend. Romantic, twisted and original.
A young boy uses his learning disability inflicted brother to impress some new friends, in this comic drama from one-to-watch British director Mustapha Kseibati. Starring Sophie Thompson and Kayvan Novak.
A no-budget comedy about a girl who builds a replacement boyfriend out of cardboard boxes.
A girl refuses rescue from a determined rower and three selfish nuns after a storm floods their town, in this distinctive Hungarian animation.
Family Portraits was one of the short film competition programmes at Flatpack 2015, which featured Oscar nominated and Bafta winning filmmakers.
Frequencies is one of the competition short film programmes at the Flatpack Film Festival. If the mission of film is to provoke a response, then this certainly succeeded
Can a work of art be so precise in design and execution that it can inspire the viewer to see God? This is the question at the centre of The Brain Hack, a creepy metaphysical thriller short.
Mae’s morning coffee and Sudoku are interrupted when her dream man walks through the door. Made in a single morning for a budget less than £40, Coffee To Go depicts the relatable trauma of bumping into a crush.
Butter Lamp is an Oscar nominated short film that highlights the often crass and insensitive domination of traditional values by China’s cultural expansion in Tibet.