Awesome Short Films

Chorebot

Chorebot

A touching tale of a loyal dog, and his master robot. A reminder to humans: never let technology take over the important things in life. A short film by Greg Omelchuck and MoontowerVFX.

Address is Approximate

Address is Approximate

A lonely toy takes a journey through the great outdoors, thanks to a little help from his friends, his owner’s iMac, Google Street View, and a sense of imagination from The Theory.

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End of a Scarer

End of a Scarer

A Hollywood movie monster tries to prove he’s still capable of scaring people in this era of over-the-top CGI monsters. A charming and clever animated short film by Chris O’Hara.

Keep Drawing

Keep Drawing

Doodling is one of mankind’s ultimate forms of personal expression. Korea’s Studio Shelter reminds us in their short film that no matter what might come your way, Keep Drawing.

Losers

Losers

(NSFW: Language) Everynone’s latest clip delivers a powerful and potent message. Treat your fellow citizens of Planet Earth with respect, because the only true losers are those filled with hate.

Your Future Husband

Your Future Husband

Ladies, ready to meet your soulmate? The man who will high-five happiness into your heart and chest bump loneliness out of your life? We’d certainly love to hang out with him.

Battle of the Brick

Battle of the Brick

It’s been 2 years since the trailer and 6 years since Alex Kobbs and the rest of Kooberz Studios started working on this LEGO Halo stop motion film. It was all worth it. Nearly 28 mins. of fun and action.

ROSA

ROSA

After a long wait, Jesús Orellana’s animated science-fiction short ROSA can now be seen in its entirety. A visually stunning short film, especially given its budget of… zero dollars. A true labor of love.

Fir is Murder

Fir is Murder

Sure, it’s a year old but you’ll probably still enjoy this e-card from 328Stories reminding us that the Friday after Thanksgiving isn’t the only thing black about the impending holiday season.

Moving Day

Moving Day

A young girl moves into a new house, discovering a bunch of old toys left behind. While it starts out with a little girl’s tea party, it gets much, much better. Trust us. Directed by Jason Wingrove.

Mobius (Short Film)

Mobius (Short Film)

If you want to know what the new Canon Cinema EOS C300 is capable of, check out this short film by Vincent Laforet. It’s easily spoiled so we’re not going to say any more. 1080p version here.

Night of the Little Dead

Night of the Little Dead

(NSFW: Language) You’ve seen the trailer, now see the whole silly 11 minute film, featuring fishing, Penn Jillette, Adam Savage, plentiful gore, and of course, zombie little people.

Deus Irae

Deus Irae

(Gore) It’s Exorcist meets Desperado in this award-winning horror flick by Nerdhaus Films. If you liked Welcome to Hoxford, you’ll love Deus Irae. We want to see a full-length version!

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The Knife Maker

The Knife Maker

(NSFW: Language) Joel Bukiewicz is the owner and operator of Cut Brooklyn, a lucky and talented man who makes a living doing something he loves. From the new, awesome web series Made by Hand.

StarCraft: Final Metamorphosis

StarCraft: Final Metamorphosis

The fansite StarCraft Legacy teamed up with animator Chris “Freespace” Ciocotisan to make this impressive CGI short film about the events shortly before and after Brood War.

BURN

BURN

Step inside the blazing-hot and thankless world of fire-fighting in Detroit with this incredible POV footage shot with a Contour HD helmet camera. Help fund the completion of the documentary here.

The Rules of the Game

The Rules of the Game

(NSFW: Language) A groom-to-be tells a story while setting up his stag party. For all the expectation that it seems to set up, don’t get too excited and just enjoy the vibrant narration.

Android Dreams

Android Dreams

Photographer Samuel Cockedey’s title pays tribute to Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?, with a time-lapse of Tokyo, set to the sounds of Blade Runner, the film Phillip K. Dick’s book inspired.

I Live in the Woods!

I Live in the Woods!

Max Winston’s I Live in the Woods! is a richly animated, terribly twisted tale of a woodsman’s journey, driven by happiness, slaughter, and a confrontation with the man upstairs. (Thanks Matt!)

Machine

Machine

Three minutes of poetic, without being sappy, Mat Harrington’s beautifully shot Machine tells the tale of a man, the bike he built with his own hands and the simple joy of the ride. (Thanks Bryn!)

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Fisher

Fisher

Cast out by his village, the lonesome Fisher finds himself thrown into an unexpected, life-changing journey after a storm carries him to sea. Think Castaway, but animated, and no bony Tom Hanks.

Mighty Antlers

Mighty Antlers

A villainous driver deliberately rams into a deer, but this is one roadkill that won’t go down without a fight. An intense interpretation of the violence in a car crash by The Animation Workshop.

Bout

Bout

An exploration of the word “bout” by the talented Malcolm Sutherland. Alternately funny and creepy and will have you hypnotized from start to finish. We’ll have to watch this again when we’re drunk.

Skwerl

Skwerl

(NSFW: Language) For the first 30 seconds of this clip, we thought we were losing our hearing, or our minds. But you’ll soon realize this short is made up almost entirely of gibberish. Or is it just Simlish?

Duel

Duel

Two men enter, one man, um, leaves. At least that’s how a duel is supposed to work, right? Not exactly how this mano a mano gunfight goes down, but that doesn’t mean there won’t be bloodshed.

BOB

BOB

Two hamsters go for a wild chase across the globe in this entertaining CGI short-film from animators Jacob Frey and Harry Fast. Be sure to stick around through the credits for the punchline.

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