Trusha (2015)

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.

Theis and Nico (1999)

Theis and Nico is a funny and heartwarming film that be equally enjoyed by viewers of all ages.

Roller Coaster (2008)

Roller Coaster features an abundance of dramatic and visual surprises, making its 30 minute length fly by.

World Wide Woven Bodies (2015)

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.

Snake Bite (2016)

A suspenseful short film, Snake Bite grabs one’s interest and holds it throughout – all the way to its original ending.

Boredom Killer (2011)

With a narrative inspired by social realism, Boredom Killer touches on issues such as friendship, bullying and acceptance.

Computer Creed (2014)

The portrayal of the struggle of a young boy against an artificial intelligence that has taken control of the world.

Jeremy (2010)

A movie about self-discovery and determination with impressive cinematography and credible performances by its cast.

The Quarry (2010)

A nostalgic short film of first love -- a sweet and tender story that is beautiful in its simplicity.

Cedar Street (2014)

A young boy is teased and prevented by his female neighbors from joining their all-girl club.

Moiré (2014)

An eight-year-old struggles to establish his self-identity in this Spanish short film featuring at top notch performance by Hugo Arbués.

The Confession (2010)

Do we always make the right choices? That’s what you will keep wondering when you see the 2010 British short film "The Confession".