Carrying psycholigical intrigue and precise emotions, Caterpillar, directed by the fashion photographer David Field, is a promising cerebral drama thatís sensitively realized and dramatically absorbing.
Since its release, this 15-minute short has already gained attention from the festival circuit with official selections, nominations, and awards such as Best Short Film in the Eeerie Horror Film Festival 2012.
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.
A sure heart-melter, John and Joe shows an emotionally moving story of a father... told in a unique way.
This short animation is based on the real recollection of John Vigiano Sr., a retired New York City firefighter who loses both of his sons in the September 11 attack at the World Trade Center. It was directed by The Rauch Brothers and was produced by Lizzie Jacobs and Mike Rauch.
It's adorable. It's safe. And it just wants to be your friend. Blinky will definitely paint your dreams in bloody red.
Written, directed, and edited by Ruairi Robinson and funded by the Irish Film Board, this 12-minuter suspense film tells the story of a young boy who purchases a robot helper to be his playmate. But just like any child, the boy gets bored with Blinky and puts all of his frustrations and childhood pangs on the poor robot. As Blinky's system reboots, things turn out viciously bad.
For the past decade, horror movies have taken a steep decline in quality but Rising Tide is certainly a game-changer.
Premiered last August 2011 at the Tyneside Cinema with a sold out crowd, this full-feature film is a coming of age piece that will make you grab for your seats. Itís directed by Philip Shotton and Dawn Furness under Northern Film & Media production funded through Northern Film & Mediaís Film Innovation Fund.
L5 is a slick, dark and compelling new Sci-Fi series that premieres free-to-share today on VODO in partnership with BitTorrent Inc. The crowdfunded production raised its pilot budget through the generosity of donors from sites such as Kickstarter and Indiegogo, and will use direct support from viewers to realise each new episode.
The show follows the unfolding drama of the crew aboard the spaceship Argo as they awake from hypersleep into a nightmare. Having spent the last twenty years searching for a new home to salvage humanity from a dying earth they return to find something has gone terribly wrong.
Sometimes it's the no-budget films that are more funny and striking compared to the blockbusters that Hollywood has to offer. The Notorious Newman Brothers is one of these films. It's a dark comedy/mocumentary that departs from typical mobster films.
The film was created by Substance Production, the same group behind the "anti-romantic comedy," Confusions of an Unmarried Couple.
It follows the story of an aspiring filmmaker named Max, who ends up working with two 'mobsters' as the subject of his documentary.