Asides, Live Action
Jesse Lewis-Reece's 'Eyelash' explores the pitfalls of obsession through the intimate portrayal of a couple's budding relationship and it's eventual ruin.
Erlendur Sveinsson hits the road for the post apocalyptic story of a woman desperately trying to outrun a violent storm in order to deliver a vaccine.
Art & Fashion, Asides
Hanna Brotherus asks what it means to be a man in dance piece 'Men' - an experimental project which deployed the power and intimacy of touch.
Giomi’s fantasy-horror-cartoon-superhero-sci-fi-musical-drama CCXP short 'World of all Worlds' is a glorious celebration of geekdom and shared culture.
Klaas Diersmann provides an eerie depiction of the obsessive, compulsive and divisive relationships we've formed with technology in 'Divided We Scroll'.
Jehnny Beth and Rebeka Adams set temperatures rising in Anthony Byrne’s seductive music video for the French artist’s new track 'Flower'.
Douglas Bernardt deploys scale and optical illusions in a choreographed journey of inner strength and confidence for his exhilarating 'Revival' promo.
Things get decidedly dark and twisted in Axel Morin’s disturbing black and white music video for Neumodel’s anti-establishment anthem 'Hayah'.
An astronaut struggles to find his purpose here on terra firma in charming Supinfocom Rubika grad short 'Sans Gravité'.
We take absolutely no responsibility for the bizarre nightmares you’ll have after watching Meat Dept.’s freakily fleshy 'Very Noise' music video.
Animation, Asides, Music
Ewan Jones Morris presents a circuitous tour of an uncaring city in his animated visual accompaniment to Richard Dawson track 'Dead Dog in an Alleyway'.
A pair of siblings receive some disturbing food for thought which puts their brother’s suicide into perspective in Jim Owen’s comedy 'The Priest'.
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