Pop Art – a short film starring Bill Milner

Pop Art is a short film shot in 2007 starring the famous British actor Bill Milner.

Soft Like Me (1996)

Intelligent, dramatically compelling and strangely poetic examination of where we might be headed, or where we have already arrived.

10 minutes by Ahmed Imamovic

Just opened my RSS reader and stumbled on a post about the short movie 10 Minutes. My opinion is that the movie was...

Mud (Кал) (1997)

A buddy of mine from Russia referred me to Mud (Кал). Mud is a short Bulgarian film released in 1997. Despite being made quite...

Quake – a short movie with Chase Ellison

Quake starring Chase Ellison   It is not everyday that I blog about movie which I haven`t seen yet. However the short movie Quake starring Chase...

Cafe com leite

Cafe com leite Cafe com leite is a short movie from Brazil.  The film was shot entirely in the city of Sao Paulo by a...

Iver (2004)

Iver is the first of the short movies I am going to review in this blog. I came to appreciate it as it brought many memories of the many days I spend in around the pool training swimming and triathlon. Let`s start with the basic Iver is a Norwegian movie starring ErikNæsbak Brenden.


Milan is a short film produced in Yugoslavia.  The action takes place during the 1999 Nato  air-raids of the country. Milan, a six year...

Pete (2003)

Pete is a very disturbing and difficult to watch. The movie was produced by Stormforce pictures. Despite the fact  that it was probably made of...
Zucht - A 12-year-old boy who is yet to feel the first trembles of love.


Zucht is one of those movies you have to watch several times to fully get its meaning. At first the movie did not seem very promising or meaningful. One may even say that Zucht is quite a confusing film.

Late Summer (2001)

On the eve of the opening of his first gallery show, a photographer remembers that special summer that he spent with his somewhat older cousin, the feelings that were awakened, and the unexpected turn of events behind his "best" photo.

Trevor (1994)

Trevor is a film for each of us - a film for youthful confusion, for acceptance and individualism. If you have 20 minutes to spare - they will be best spent in watching this wonderful short film. This film has a very inspirational introduction by Ellen DeGeneres.