As we continue our highlights from this season’s Fandependent Film Festival, this week’s pick comes to us from director Josh Polon and his documentary Andy Goes In.
A we continue to highlight entries in this season’s Fandependent Film Festival, this week our pick comes to us from Chris de Krijger and Mischa Dols and their film Hemelpoort
In partnership with Fandependent Films, we’ll be presenting one short film every Friday that has been selected for their Winter Film Festival and to kick things off I just ha
Field of Vision has released their latest short-form documentary online today with Alex Winter‘s Relatively Free, a film about journalist Barrett Brown reflecting on his rece
Barry Jenkins’ Moonlight continues to add year-end accolades and is considered one of the Oscar front-runners.
Way back in May of last year we had director Calvin Lee Reeder on the podcast speaking about several short films he’s been working on and now one of them, The Procedure, has
Christmas has come early for Wes Anderson fans, as the director has reteamed with The Darjeeling Limited star Adrien Brody for a new train-centric adventure.
Arcanum Pictures has embarked on a new project titled The Dead Kids Club, a series of interwoven short stories evoking splendid images of classic teen horror books like Goosebumps
Just ending its successful run at some of my favorite festivals like Slamdance and Fantastic Fest, Jason Kupfer‘s 6-minute gory comedic gut-punch Invaders is now available to
Although he officially retired in 2013, the work of Studio Ghibli co-founder Hayao Miyazaki continues to resonate with people everyday as more people discover and re-watch his amaz
Way back in December of 2013 we highlighted a short film titled Kung Fury as part of our Kickstart Sunday feature, and today the film has officially been released on YouTube for fr
If you’re looking for a quick scary thrill, then check out Downstairs, a 17-minute short from Sam and Lee Boxleitner.
Within the last couple years we’ve been seeing a lot of films look at the concept of social networking, mostly looking at the perils technology can bring, but Sam Baron‘
After completing a successful festival run, Harrison Atkins‘ wonderfully odd short film Chocolate Heart is now available to watch online for free.
If you love classic Amblin flicks as much as I do, then you’re in for a treat with this music video for Rich Aucoin‘s Want to Believe.
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