Review of short film Blue Monday, about a woman trying not to celebrate her birthday. Written and directed by Charles Chintzer Lai.
Browsing: Short Films – Live Action
Review of the short documentary Kerry. Directed by Kyle Dunbar, a young man tells how he left a life of crime for Muay Thai.
Distraction tells the story of a post-rehab writer struggling to finish a script for a boss he hates, and instead picking up a prostitute. Writing is always easier with a prostitute!
The Bird is a beautifully composed short film which deftly engages with how the fallout of a loved one’s death can impact on those left behind, in often very contrasting ways.
Stalker’s Mark is a horror film based on an alarming kidnap statistic. With a frantic soundtrack and first person camera, it puts us in the mind of a kidnap victim.
Jamie Short’s visually arresting short film presents a lucid dream which takes an office-worker away from his mundane life.
Mark Albiston and Louis Sutherland bring 1970’s New Zealand to life with their 2009 short film about a gutsy, wannabe boy wonder whose archenemies are the playground bullies who harass him.
Human Beings is a beautifully shot, post-modern fable that links various animal attributes to typical coming-of-age archetypes.
Witty and sardonic, Resting gives us an insightful, tongue-in-cheek look at the everyday lives of three actors as they deal with the tedium of their temp jobs.