My Dead Dad’s Porno Tapes
Filmmaker Charlie Tyrell seeks to better understand his emotionally distant late-father through the personal belongings he left behind... including a stack of VHS dirty movies. Narrated by David Wain.
Director: Charlie Tyrell
Runtime: 14 minutes
After surviving an electrical fire that results in the amputation of his arms, a young actor named Prince must come to terms with being "differently-abled". Through his powerful and honest performances, he is able to find healing in his art, allowing him to form deep connections with his audience and the world around him.
Director: Jamie Miller
Runtime: 16 minutes
I Love Your Fucking Name
Starring Liz Taylor, Brigitte Bardot, Peter Pan and Ronald McDonald. Yes, those are their real names. I Love Your Fucking Name is a film about the complex relationships people have with their given names.
Director: Finn O'Hara
Runtime: 8 minutes
Maybe If It Were A Nice Room
An incident between two people is examined through the exploration of rooms.
Director: Alicia K. Harris
Runtime: 2 minutes
Short Round Up
Thirty-five years after a fateful audition, Nobu Adilman goes in search of all the men who, as boys, auditioned to be Short Round in Steven Spielberg’s Indiana Jones and the Temple Of Doom. Both funny and emotional, the adventure excavates a deep bond between strangers who once shared the same Hollywood dream.
Director: Nobu Adilman
Runtime: 17 minutes
The Story Of Vermont’s Quiet Digital Revolution
As the world investigates the human cost of social media, a Vermont-built alternative proposes the idea that local community and a sense of ‘place’ are integral to healthy online discourse.
Director: Peter Strauss
Runtime: 23 minutes
KARIM'S LIGHT is a short documentary film about a light artist named Karim Jabbari. The documentary highlights artist's journey and his message to the world.
Director: Oz Yilmaz
Runtime: 5 minutes
A Sultry Strip Tease with a surprise...
Lady Strips is a hand drawn animation exploring power dynamics and assumed ownership over the bodies of others. The piece is Adrienne Mountain's thesis work completed at OCAD University in Toronto.
Director: Adrienne Mountain
Runtime: 4 minutes
An animator dissects his own body, slowly extracting the components that nurture his work, delving into the connections between art and artist. THE SUBJECT is a visceral and disturbing stop-motion and pixilation animation, and Patrick Bouchard’s most profoundly personal film to date.
Director: Patrick Bouchard
Runtime: 10 minutes