Benjamin O’Donnell’s short film is like the flipside of The Walking Dead – following the lonely existence of one of the undead as he roams the Earth seeking companionship. Who knew zombies could write emails? A finalist for the Tropfest Australia Film Festival.
Writer/director/animator Justin Nixon and team’s dystopian stop-motion short tells the story of a family of robots whose tragedy and desire for resolution leads them to the discovery of the dark secret behind the blind devotion of their fellow citizens.
(PG-13 Language) A moving documentary about a prison hairdressing competition in Scotland, and its current champion Francis Duffy, who’s about to be released. The skills and recognition he’s acquired give him hope that his future is still in his hands.
A robot designed to be a temporary office worker is ignored by his co-workers, save for the new HR manager. Neill Blomkamp’s 2006 short film effectively uses a robot as a metaphor for someone who thinks that he is above his peers yet still craves human contact.
A man wakes up in a stark white room with nothing but himself and a stranger, who tells him he’s in purgatory and has a minute to ask any question before he moves on to his eternal resting place. So when you get to the afterlife, explore it. Have a short walk at the very least.
A secret agent is forced to make lethal lemonade out of lemons after she accidentally exchanges her bug out bag for some dude’s gym bag. She’s resourceful, strong and beautiful, but she doesn’t know how to run. The lesson here is that nobody’s perfect.
(PG-13) “Dude, think of all the potentialities!” Two men are going to test the limits of their friendship based on a cryptic clue that supposedly holds the key to mankind’s greatest secret. If only scams were this funny.
Shows like The Deadliest Catch glorify the ridiculously long work days of fishermen, but the lack of rest can result in serious sleep disorders. Here, we meet Páll Pálsson, an Icelandic fisherman who now suffers from insomnia and apnea after 36 years at sea.
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