Brink is a minimalist romance amidst floating objects – a love story eloquently framed by a futuristic catastrophe. What would happen if we slowly lost gravity on Earth? Who would you tie yourself to?
Tag Archives | short film
Probably one of the more captivating films I’ve chosen to showcase. Not a lot of dialogue, but powerful nonetheless.
From the Vimeo page:
This is my graduate project in ‘Graphic Design’ at the HIT college in Israel.
My thesis is that nothing is original, therefore, none of the materials presented in the project were made by me.
All of the 469 photos used in this video were taken out of Google’s image bank.
Three passengers awake on a train which they do not remember boarding.
“Endless Love” is actually a submission from a Disinfo reader. The short film was created last year as a part of the 48 Hour Film Project in Los Angeles. Each crew is given a genre and must complete the film within 48 hours. The #2NightStand crew was given horror and thus “Endless Love” was born.
Prop: a bottle
Character: David (or Denise) Stott, Athletic Coach
Line of Dialogue: “Why did you do that?”
WINNER – Best Score
WINNER – Best Use of Line
NOMINATED – Sound Design
Following his actions in the short film “So Pretty“, Sean, a 200-year-old vampire with a conscience, has now been arrested for murdering a pedophile on a late-night Miami train. Unaware that they have a vampire in their custody, Miami Police hand the investigation over to F.B.I. agent Wilburn, who is the head of a clandestine task force that hunts, tortures, and kills vampires. As sunrise approaches, Sean must find a way to escape or risk becoming one of her experiments.
Set on one fateful night, six friends gather for their monthly ‘games night’… and accidentally unleash a demonic force that might tear them – and their friendships – to pieces.
‘Don’t Move’ is the 8th slice in Bloody Cuts‘ anthology of short horror films, made by a team of UK film-makers on low budgets. Directed by Anthony Melton, written by David Scullion, produced by Ben Franklin and with cinematography by Jonny Franklin, it stars Rachel Bright and Jake Hendriks alongside Kate Braithwaite, Beth Cooper, Ian Whyte, Calvin Dean and Martin Skipper.
via North Lake Films
Official selection at the 2005 Sundance Film Festival, “Late Bloomer” is a compelling and humorous short film about 7th grade sexual education class gone horribly wrong. Loosely based on the dark tales of H.P. Lovecraft.
Great short film, and timely, too.