Waylon Bacon’s Help Wanted is a disturbingly hilarious walk through the worst first job ever, processing corpses in a grimy warehouse.
Short Film Reviews
Ol’ Hag is a moody B&W film by Lyndon Cassell that recreates an old fisherman’s fable about a witchy apparition.
The Sheep and the Ranch Hand by Loretta Hintz is an exceptionally well-crafted and genuinely hilarious short film that has a nice message.
The 2nd annual Los Angeles as a Character, curated by Charles Doran and including his film Ennui, hosted an eclectic mix of visions of L.A.
The 2009 AFI Film Festival offered this block of fantastic short films, including ones by Don Hertzfeldt, Guy Maddin, Kevin Jerome Everson and more.
At the 2009 AFI Fest, Mike Plante screened 13 amazing short films from his Lunchfilm project, including films by Naomi Uman and Brent Green.
The second night of the fourth annual ATA Film and Video Festival features terrific short films by Martha Colburn, Paul Clipson, Zach Iannazzi and more.
The fourth annual ATA Film and Video Festival is a haunting affair with spooky films by Kerry Laitala, Sam Barnett, Carl Diehl, Ariel Diaz and more.
Film journalist and festival programmer Mike Plante has collected an amazing array of short films for his Cinemad Almanac.
Mimicking a WWII newsreel, Attackazoids, Deploy!! is a frenetic, stylized and fun sci-fi romp co-directed by Brian Lonano and Jeff Jenkins.