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Rejoice strangers…the latest indie anthology from twilight animators Late Night Work Club is now live.

A shocking tale of growing up in 1950’s racially segregated Arkansas from Julie Zammarchi. The Board of Education forced public schools to integrate and as a result black families were forced out of town.

Director Carrie Brownstein and French fashion label Kenzo provide a disheartening vision of social media behaviours transposed to the real world.

Boob snakes and twerking plants are just two of the magical creatures prowling the neon landscapes of Lisa Hanawalt’s trippy video for Tegan and Sara track Hang on to the Night.

In his short animation, William Garrett shows it’s not always easy finding the perfect mate. This film is sure to make you chuckle!

Never one for a mundane concept, Vince Staples has Nabil take him on a bizarre post video shoot ride through the land of the strange in new promo Prima Donna.

Versus is structured around the themes of Nature vs Structure, Form vs Function. The film explodes with mind-blowing CGI created with Cinema 4D. Take a look at the talents of Design and Motion studio ManvsMachine.

Hot on the heels of his recently featured short Home Suite Homedirector Jeroen Houben returns with another short film full of charming characters and outstanding production – this time transporting us into the haze of the summer romance with Plaster.

A brief but energetic 3-minute SFX short, Star Wars – Call of the Empire from director Trevor Kerr imagines what would have happened if those loyal to the Empire would have kept fighting after Return of the Jedi

A humorous and unorthodox documentary from Edinburgh-based filmmaker Scott Willis, Tapes From The Revolutionary is a 16-minute short that attempt to take you into the mind, and behind the lens, of self-proclaimed communist revolutionary Andy – who is somewhat of a documentarian himself.

Jim Cummings‘ single continuous take short Thunder Road has been blowing up the festival scene and even received support from The Boss when Cummings wrote an open letter to Springsteen requesting music rights for the online release. Seconds into the film, it’s clear that praise is well placed – you’ve never seen grief expressed quite like this before.