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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

Director Lewis Arnold joins us to discuss his path from Short Film to Television and offer advice for anyone looking to follow in his footsteps

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A surreal portrait of a young woman as she finds her place within a roadside harem, a nighttime truck stop becomes an ominous playground for sexual desires and something much more strange.

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A man and a woman are involved in the production of an animated film. He animates by night, she makes and repairs the accessories during the day. Behind the scene, a woman is waiting for her entrance.

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If the first Short of the Week in-real-life event was a proof-of-concept, the followup, held this past Thursday in Brooklyn, taught us the idea has legs.

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On her first day in a new foster home, Mia faces an awkward new challenge.

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Lacking proper identification, a 50-year-old man risks being separated by the authorities from his underage daughter, who has just had a baby.

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A young man attends his nephew's Ghanaian baptism with a plan: steal the donated money and keep a deep secret hidden from his family.

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We catch-up with S/W alums Mikey Please & Renee Zhan at Sundance Film Festival ’19: London

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As a young trans woman cares for her Italian grandmother, she discovers a tender bond in their shared vulnerability.

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Filmmaker Michael Frei releases 'Kids' - a game of crowds, his latest collaboration with game designer Mario von Rickenbach.

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Tarik helps his father transport illegal immigrants into the Netherlands. When an accident occurs, he finally gains the acknowledgment he has yearned for, but at a high price - the

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The Short of the Week Editorial team distills May's programming down to 3 essential watches.

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A young black man is killed in an altercation with a vigilante neighbor and the police. An indignant crowd gathered together. The feeling of injustice is high. A group isolates itself. Emotion engenders riot .... In

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A lyrical portrait of the life and work of rising literary star Jason Reynolds as he prepares for the release of his next book

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Manivald, a 33 year old overeducated and unemployed fox still lives with his mother, playing the piano all day while she washes his socks and makes him coffee. Their family dynamic is about to collapse when t

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How do you reconnect with a father who’s been gone for most of your life… what do you say, what do you write? Victoria Mapplebeck returns to S/W with the follow-up to her deeply persona

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Thrice featured on S/W, Jeremy Clapin's debut feature 'J’ai perdu mon corps (I Lost My Body)' becomes first animated feature to win the Grand Prize at Cannes Critics’ Week

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A Chinese manicurist in Miami attempts to describe feelings she doesn't have the words for.

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Maryam's life revolves around her husband and toddler until one day her routine is interrupted, presenting a life-changing opportunity

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Join our IRL event in NYC for an evening with talented people & ground-breaking short films on June 6th.

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The story of sixteen men put on trial for sadomasochism in the dying days of Thatcher's Britain was told by the police, the prosecution and the tabloid press — but not by those in the dock.

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A chat with the director of the SXSW premiere feature "Yes, God, Yes", adapted from the viral short of the same name.

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A dreamlike exploration of family sacrifice and the lack of understanding between parent and child as a South Korean little girl ascends to star ballerina.

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After a mishap at an important client's party, Charlie and Val find themselves in the hole and desperate for funds. They meet a charming divorcee (Chris Messina), and an adventurous day awaits—but for thes

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Set in 2020, a brewing cyberwar between the US and Iran puts Sonia, a young Iranian refugee, at risk of deportation. Her only escape may come at a greater price than she’s willing to pay.

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A young Bosnian refugee family ends up in a small village in the Netherlands after getting a residence permit in 1994. Absurd situations arise as they are trying to make this new world their hom

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Three young women learn about loss over the course of one Bonfire Night that takes them on surreal journey into the depths of the English countryside.

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An unflinching look into the lives of two undiagnosed special needs kids and their parents as they grow older with no answers in sight.

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Two sisters on the run attempt to defect from North Korea, through China, in this gut wrenching drama.

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A young veteran battles phantom pains, prosthetics, and memories of his pre-war life while searching for a sense of normalcy.

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