Slower Animals is an award-winning short film by John Christopher Kelley, an assistant professor at University of Tennessee.
The filmmaker describes
Slower Animals as a short film that “explores the ways we are shaped; both by what we remember and what we forget.”
It’s a story about a professor who decides to follow a winter goose migration and in the process triggers memories of repressed childhood trauma.
Graham Mason describes The Quarry as “a soap opera about rocks.” He created it for Adult Swim Smalls.
Graham Mason’s short films have also been been featured on IFC, Viceland and Vulture, and he has received three Vimeo Staff Picks.
Directed by Oscar-nominated Andrew Chesworth (
One Small Step), The Brave Locomotive is described by the filmmaker as an “Old West musical tale with 1940s flair, [in which] a fearless little train and his engineer confront obsolescence as bigger, faster, and more automated machines take center stage.”
Chesworth’s credits include
Frozen, Zootopia, Moana, Big Hero 6 and Wreck-It Ralph.
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Written and directed by
Stephen Ong, who describes his short film as “the brief memoirs of a high-rise tower block, finding it’s way in the big city.”
Dying for Beginners is a short film which guides the viewer on a step by step journey through the process of dying.
It is voiced by Dr. Kathryn Mannix, a former palliative care physician who has spent her medical career working with people who have incurable, advanced illnesses.
Directed and designed by Emily Downe.