The Magus, directed by Winnipeg filmmaker Jaimz Asmundson and starring his father C. Graham Asmundson, is one of the most original, imaginative and visually innovative short films of the last several years.
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Take a trip across a fractured and chaotic American landscape in Georg Koszulinski’s America in Pictures, which corrupts the American vision through celluloid degradation techniques.
Interior and exterior spaces are transformed into mystical places in Peggy Ahwesh’s lyrical meditation of an experimental short film, Bethlehem.
Christopher S. Childs’ documentary Re-presenting Prelinger presents the idea that film archives need to become living, breathing entities and not just dusty storehouses of data.
George Clooney is considered the front runner for the 2012 Academy Award for Best Actor, but he should also be nominated for another award: Most Swearing in an Oscar-Nominated Film!
Why is it so upsetting when a stranger randomly calls people to see if they’re prepared to die in Jim Haverkamp’s wry short film Courtesy Call.
Colors flow and glide across the screen in Lillian Schwartz’s classic experimental short film Papillons, produced in 1973. The film is both of its decade and timeless.
G.J. Echternkamp’s sick short film Captain Fork tells the heartwarming story of a selfish single father who fantasies about the death of his only son.
Can home movies be artt? Zach Iannazzi transforms homemade fishing films from 1952 into an artistic piece with When I Get Back From Massachusetts.
Life, love and adjustable rate mortgages star in Jodie Mack’s toe-tappingly wonderful animated musical short film Yard Work Is Hard Work.