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

An anthropomorphized stop-motion homage to classic film noir. Upon his release from prison Walter falls back in with his old gang of hustlers. In this con within a con will he be the one left holding th

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When Felix learns of his wife’s infidelity at a Hollywood pool party, he comes to a realization.

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In a neighbourhood rife with racial tension, a local girl falls for a recent immigrant who is the victim of prejudice and shaming.

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WORK is the BAFTA nominated short, from director Aneil Karia, that looks at how a teenage girl's perception of the world begins to shift as she is confronted with its capacity for injustice.

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An ingenious short film narrative made up of entirely fake ads. What does a man, a woman, ice cream, chewing gum, dog food, beer, and a lot of other things have in common? Commercials.

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Raimo’s comfy middle class bubble is burst when a satan worshipping sex cult moves in next door.

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A young couple's romantic weekend getaway is interrupted by a birth control mishap.

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When Colleen’s Amazon Alexa refuses to play her favorite Bruno Mars song, she becomes aware of the emerging Artificial Intelligence (AI) consciousness that has awoken around the globe

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Stuntman. Actor. Full-time UPS employee. Former WWF wrestler, Disney World performer, and NFL nose tackle. Brian Donahue has seemingly done it all. Yet, he's still searching for that elusive Hollywood spotlight.

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A young female tiger leads a leisurely life in an isolated animal kingdom. But as a volcano stirs in the background, other dangers rumble closer by.

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A woman goes to an adult store in search of redemption

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Divine Children follows a gang of kids who are trying to adapt to life in a contemporary, post-war America. When Buzz, an aspiring dancer, wishes to join the group, he is subjected to a single test —

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Films from Matt Porter, Zane Rubin and Kyle Bogart make up our 'Best of the Month' picks for March 2019

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Francis must reconcile his relationship with his abusive father who suffers from Huntington's Disease. Francis' younger brother, Ed, records their dysfunctional lives with his Super 8 camera.

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Hungarian Immigrant and influential animator Gábor Csupó (Simpsons, Rugrats) is a life long Frank Zappa enthusiast. This touching, mixed-media documentary, tells the story of their friendship and collaborat

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The directorial debut of "Stranger Things" writer Kate Trefry, this dark and wickedly fun short film stars Maika Monroe as a woman whose deepest fears seem to manifest physically when her husband leav

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In 2010, a chaplain from Cheshire set up a helpline for gay farmers. 'Landline' journeys into the world of the people who called.

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Actors are obsolete. Now there are just SPRITES.

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Recent recipient of 'Short of the Year' at the 2019 Short of the Week Awards, Director Oscar Hudson joins us to discuss our favourite short from 2018, his path into filmmaker and what we can expe

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Overwhelmed by guilt after an affair, Emma returns home to her family hoping to reconnect with her husband.

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Nikola Tesla's best days are behind him. The inventor remains shut up in his room, alone with his thoughts, strange lights, and the pigeon he's in love with.

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The specialty studio famous for Oscar-winning films like "The Shape of Water" has started releasing acquired shorts on its YouTube channel.

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Mitch & Emma's breakup is interrupted by Ryan, a stranger looking to buy Mitch's bass amp.

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By day, she visits morgues, observes autopsies, and studies pictures of crime scenes. By night, she turns nightmarish imaginings into precise, red-splattered miniatures.

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Neo-sun worshiper Martin prepares to appease the solar Gods with ritual human sacrifice. But first he needs a spray tan.

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An editorial-illustrator turned award-winning documentary filmmaker, Mickey Duzyj parlayed his breakthrough short film into a Netflix series—one that poignantly tells the surprising, and noble stories of

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A garden centre employee fears his possible infertility and realises that sometimes you have to swallow your pride to let love overcome.

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Nothing lasts forever, except first impressions.

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Alex Dudok de Wit was on the ground at Belgium's top animation festival. Here are his impressions, and a sneak peak at the animated shorts that will be getting buzz in 2019.

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When a dinner party takes an unexpected turn, Zoe ruins the night for everyone.

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