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

It was made for HBO, but its DNA is from the web. “Charlottesville: Race and Terror" is an incredibly visceral and timely work on the weekend’s violence in the USA.

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A group of 8th grade girls 'notorious for their crass behaviour and allegedly bad hygiene' share their beliefs in Michael Lucid's 1996 candid doc 'Dirty Girls'

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The story of thousands of pigeons and the man who made them stars.

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A joyless critic is given a life-altering moment of purity when he is caught up in a bank-robbery, in David von Ancken’s classic take on Tobias Wolff’s short story.

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Isolated on a farm and fighting against his family, Aaron struggles to be heard as he watches his mother willingly die.

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Loading Docs release their fourth season of documentary short films as part of their ongoing initiative to develop and promote New Zealand’s filmmaking talent

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On the deserted highway from Nouakchott-to-Nouadhibou, a young self-centered taxi driver meets a woman whose story changes the way he thinks about women’s rights.

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Imagine living in an odourless world. How would it affect your life?

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From one of our most creative current filmmakers, an avant-garde essay that questions how we perceive truth, information and politics, seen through the dual lenses of our real and virtual identities.

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Chris Shepherd provides an update on his latest work: An animated short centered around prank letters sent by playwright Joe Orton and a follow-up to his 2002 short 'Dad's Dead' - 'Johnno's Dea

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Geeky Pavan takes his 'English Rose' on a date to the most authentic Indian restaurant in the city. To his horror she goes off-menu, in Hindi...

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A young Mennonite woman harbors a secret romance on the eve of her baptism.

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A woman dreading a milestone birthday convinces her partner to have a threesome, a threesome that changes everything… and nothing.

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The directorial debut of celebrated costume designer Courtney Hoffman (Baby Driver, The Hateful Eight) violent revenge is the goal in this pulpy feminist western

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A drug fuelled and desperate couple attempts to capitalize on an unlikely opportunity.

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Two confused spectators witness an attempted bank robbery in this 2009 short by Palme d'Or winning director Ruben Östlund

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An unromantic comedy. Sam begins to have a horrifying realization: her romantic discontent is due to her own laziness and not, as she had previously assumed, the fault of every other human being.

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A viral sensation in just 24 hours, this short depicts a closeted boy who runs the risk of being outed by his own heart after it pops out of his chest to chase down the boy of his dreams.

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Three short films with musical undertones featuring in our 'Best of the Month' picks for July

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When two brothers sneak away from their family vacation resort, sibling rivalry sends them wildly off course.

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You know that time when you're all alone and in the mood for some Afternoon Delight but you end up getting more than you bargained for...?

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A peculiar man searches for love in a dark and troubling world.

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Four young people unknowingly walk toward a moment in their lives when a fever overtakes them, bringing out their most basic instincts.

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A mother discovers her son's psychological thoughts, moments before a tragic event.

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On the eve of their first show, a rock band struggles with a radioactive energy in their music that blows up amps, liquefies tape decks, and starts electrical fires.

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Delroy spends six months of every year working on a farm in Ontario to support his family in Jamaica. But this year, Delroy keeps a secret from his wife and children: he has cancer.

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On June 11th, 1997, the day his daughter was born, Philippe Kahn created the first camera phone. This incredible piece of technology changed the world as we knew it.

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A community of characters attempt to overcome obstacles in their life in Kaspar Jancis' impressive follow-up to 'Villa Antropoff'

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In the summer of 1996, life throws a curveball in the face of Keven Guenette… And it strikes. Guided by his paraplegic baseball coach, Keven discovers the mutation, sex and love.

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Hunter Syndrome is a rare genetic disease that affects less than 500 boys in the United States. These boys are missing an enzyme used to break down cellular waste. Here is the story of one.

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