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Short of the WeekShort of the Week

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Discovering the most innovative storytellers of our time. Submit your film at www.shortoftheweek.com/submit

After eight years, 35-year-old Lars is released from prison. He is a changed man and wants to start a new life with his wife and son, at a safe distance from his former criminal motorcycle gang. But t

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A vacation to Costa Rica quickly gets messy for four flawed friends

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Today on Minnesota's #3 public access show, "Painting with Joan," we explore mixing techniques, shading, and the color cobalt blue.

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Krishna wakes up in a strange place, with a strange guy. As she pieces together how she got there, she realises that the reasons may be bigger than just the night before.

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A day in the life of a Husband and a Wife, living in a world of giant monsters.

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A quick preview of the upcoming event, North America's largest short film specific festival, with shorts to check out, new work from alums, and a selection of shorts in the official program we've covere

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A young transgender woman considers a dangerous operation that may be her only option in gaining a more feminine body.

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Unexpectedly reunited with his daughter, a father is determined to make this day special, even if they are already dead.

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Charles is trying to find the name of the song that played on his flight the previous day, but his temper gets the best of him when his call with customer service doesn't go as planned.

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In the year 2025, ​a young man's superintelligent AI system tells him that he must go on a date or face certain suicide from loneliness.

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In December 2016, an armed man stormed a Washington D.C. pizza parlour in search of a non-existent child sex ring he'd read about online. What can his story teach us about knowledge, belief and the

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On an isolated cacti farm, three stressed out birds ask a cowgirl to help put a stop to the elusive Ax-Man

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Animator Franck Dion (Edmond was a Donkey) returns to Short of the Week with this poetic tale of an elderly woman living with degenerative dementia

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Pablo and Marius make a disturbing discovery about their childhood friend Lou: she appears to be able to synthesise into sound the light she is exposed to. But as she soon becomes an instrument of their musical

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A deeply personal look into how gun violence impacts a family long after the media spotlight fades away.

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Ghost Family is an absurdist take on a coming of age sitcom, about a high school kid whose family dies and continues raising him as ghosts until their unfinished business is finished.

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Kat's been trying to get pregnant for three years and her fertility treatments don't seem to be working. But today will be different. She's sure.

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Gary & Paul O'Donovan became household names when they won winning Irelands first ever Olympic medal in rowing at Rio 2016. Experience their unusual training methods and laid-back approach to interviews in

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A look back at Sundance London 2018 and the filmmakers that have moved from short film to feature

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Two people backpacking through the desert stop to face the reality of a dire situation.

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Directorial duo Marc James Roels & Emma De Swaef join us to discuss 'This Magnificent Cake!' their 44-min follow-up to festival favourite 'Oh Willy...'

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Challenge yourself with three innovative, exciting shorts in our 'Best of the Month' playlist for May 2018

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A father loses sight of what’s truly important as he battles to keep a fire burning in this stunning animation from the Animade studio

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Blending narrative and documentary, this simple story about a granddaughter and her grandmum getting drunk and setting up a Facebook account, oozes warmth and positivity—it will immediately make you want to

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A man casts everything aside in pursuit of his lifelong dream. Jonas has dreamed of living in the sea all his life, but it’s not possible. Or is it?

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Francis really wants to make love to Clara. But Clara doesn't really want to make love to Francis. A love chronicle without the sex.

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When a terrorist bombing killed Tyler Dunning's best friend, the news sent him down a dark path. His only solace? Exploring national parks. And through the adventures that unfol

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The Sundance Festival returns to London this May with two short film programmes full of animation, live-action fiction & documentary

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Joan's urge for independence is restricted by illness but she decides to throw caution to the wind and leaves the house in search of new experiences. And a horse.

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A realtor, a handyman, and a gardener succumb to a mysterious passion.

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