THE GHOST HOUSE, the newest short from Count the Clock, is noticeably different from their previous work but a creepy and uncomfortable watch.
Matthew Merritte’s short, INSTRUMENT ASSASSINS, is noticeably low budget but competently made while boasting impressive fight choreography.
Kaitlyn Boxall’s short drama, Behind Closed Doors, shines a light on domestic abuse and the constant struggles of its victims.
Kris Salvi’s new short, 10:59 PM, takes viewers on a somewhat bizarre ride through the night of a disgruntled bagman.
NEW DAWN, the new short film from writer/director Fazeel, is a touching story cleverly hidden behind the façade of a mystery/thriller.
Vincenzo Nappi’s newest short film, FIRST BITE, is a familiar, yet fun and effective, homage to graphic B-movie horror films.
AMARANTHINE is a well made short film set in a post-apocalyptic world that suffers from being a little too familiar.
Philippe Lebraud and Pierre Glénat’s COVIDREAM serves as a brief teaser of a much bigger idea to be explored in a potential feature.
DRAW WITH ME, the new documentary short from Constantine Venetopoulos, is an uplifting coming out story about a transgender youth.
WHERE WERE YOU is a touching tribute to the victims of September 11th, 2001, despite being a bit long and lacking in substance.