Streets of Rage is an adaptation of an Israeli comic by writer Etgar Keret. The short film explores what it means to be ordinary and aspire to something greater.
Browsing: Short Films – 5-10 Minutes
Strong imagery and surrealism pull against mystery in Gareth Roberts’ The Last Walk, a dark and oppressive short film about guilt.
No Robots is a drama about discrimination and presumption in a neo-Expressionist future. Mistaken identities, robots and fascism create an unexpectedly touching short film.
He’s Gone tells the story of a priest who goes on a revenge rampage as he upholds law of Exodus 21:24 – Eye for eye, tooth for tooth, hand for hand, foot for foot.
A documentary short film depicting the anti-government movement in Turkey, using footage, photography, text and interview to chart the trajectory of a protest in May 2013.
Choosing Sides is a short film about a dinner conversation that goes sour for a boy when the topic turns to religion – with his Catholic father and Jewish mother.
The Virgin Herod is a short film about a young man’s mental discomfort manifesting itself physically with some strong body-horror elements.
Jouet is a character study of an android, in a dark short film about genetically engineered machines that seem to be capable of love, loneliness and jealously.
A short films which journeys into the mind of a man whose mental health is reflected by the film itself; disjointed, fractured and intriguing.