Two young protagonists create a homemade shooting device …and are ready to test its accuracy …with an unlikely target.
World Wide Woven Bodies is as much about the Coming-of-Age of a Norwegian teenager as it is about the advent of the internet as a 90s historical event.
A slice of real life – thanks to a capable youthful cast and Director Meby's talent for working so well with it. Recommended!
The viewer is invited to take an epic journey in the 2012 short film Great Adventures.
Combining grotesque fantasy and reality, Tommy shows the influence dysfunctional families can have on children in a manner that is sometimes shocking.
The Wholly Family, directed by Terry Gilliam, explores the experiences of a young boy who accompanies his parents on a trip to the Italian city of Naples and combines the blending of reality and fantasy with surrealistic imagery.
A feel-good film with strong Coming-of-Age motifs and an emotive finale, Aloud delivers an excellent cinematic experience and is well worth your time.
Beautiful camerawork, editing and a great musical score create a magical realism out of everyday situations and subjects, making Trusha a wonderful short film well deserving of being discovered and appreciated.
Turning Tide is the story of a peculiar encounter between a ten-year-old Scottish boy and an injured German pilot, in the early days of WWII.
The Saddest Boy in the World is an avant-garde short film that explores the inner world of a young boy overwhelmed with dark thoughts on the verge of his ninth birthday.
Roller Coaster features an abundance of dramatic and visual surprises, making its 30 minute length fly by.