Remi Devouassoud’s visually stunning CG animated short presents us with an image which plays with our minds. Are we looking at another universe, or an up-close image of a human eye? Or is it both?
Living with a dark secret, a man is assigned the task of cataloging the most important people in history, but his hard drive runs out of room and he must start making cuts. We’re not sure how we missed Bernardo Britto’s 2014 short film before now, but it’s too good not to share.
(PG-13: Language) “Sometimes, only sometimes. All the time would be too much. Never would be too little.” Near the end of the universe, a bear and a goose – both nigh-omnipotent – ponder what a better universe would be like, and decide to act on their ideas.
A man struggles to find his place in the world after a childhood incident left him disfigured. Can he find solace with a group of other outcasts? Be sure to stick around for the ending credits of this offbeat short film by Us. The making of documentary is worth a watch too.
(SPOILERS) Dunkirk is already an exercise in minimalism. But Like Stories of Old wanted to push the boundaries and see if it could work as a traditional and short silent film. The soundtrack and speed are jarring at first, but the result does feel like a complete film.