The Last Ten

Picture this: a man arrives home one evening, he steps in from the pouring rain and contemplates the towering stairwell that separates him from his apartment. He begins his ascent, unaware of the impending disaster that awaits him at the top. He has ten minutes left to live. His wife has even less. Sounds exciting, right?

Detrás Del Espejo (Behind the Mirrors)

Detrás Del Espejo (Behind the Mirrors), a gritty and dark crime drama written and directed by Julio O. Ramos, will not disappoint even the most astute film critics. The story revolves around a young husband who works in a sleazy motel with his pregnant wife. One night, a customer leaves behind an unexpected mess

If I Had a Heart

Warning: this film is not for the fainthearted. If I Had a Heart showcases Korean neon noir at its finest. This revenge film centers around Sam Il, a 29-year-old street fighter who was abandoned at birth by his mother in a coin locker. He has been living his life in extreme violence and isolation, holding only to a note left by his mother:

The Worst

Larry Cohen puts into fruition a must-see action thriller titled The Worst. Spanning over 15 minutes, the short film has already gained attention from the festival circuit as official selections to the recent Palm Springs Int’l ShortFest and Montclair Film Festival. It stars 30 Rock-cast Dean Winters and young stunner Britt Lower.

The Guilt (La Culpa)

Witness another incredible piece of cinema with The Guilt (La Culpa), written and directed by David Victori. This 12-minuter short film has already rounded the festival circuit and bagged the World Winner of Your Film Festival award with Ridley Scott and Fassbender.

Fear Itself

Blending the concept of fear and an allusive visual style, Fear Itself pays homage to the great stylings of Alfred Hitchcock. It’s directed by Brandon McCornick and produced under the talented team of Whitestone Motion Pictures.
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Student filmmakers Trent Hilborn and Mark Mazur�s twisty short film is anything but usual. With a runtime of around 25 minutes, Clever is an intense psychological film with an outstanding directorial effort. It was premiered at the Reeve Union Theatre at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh. The short tells the story of a scientist trapped in the sub-level of a science facility. Suffering from perpetual grief, he is forced to the edge and becomes the first person to breath a new life, not through reproduction, but multiplication.
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Blow your minds with Barackula directed by Mike Lawson and written by Justin Sherman. As said on its website, this short political horror rock musical is about a young Barack Obama who has to stave off a secret society of vampires at Harvard when he was inducted into presidency at the Harvard Law Review in 1990. Obama finds that he must convince the vampire society that opposing political philosophies can coexist or else the society may transform Obama to the dark side.