As They Continue To Fall
(Nikhil Bhagat, 7 mins, CA)
From the writer of Marvel’s upcoming movie DOCTOR STRANGE comes a story about an aging drifter hunts fallen angels in a desolate city. Society may have turned its back on him, but that doesn’t stop him from moving forward in his endless search.
The Adventures of Kentucky Jackson
(Kris Theorin, 2 mins, US)
Kentucky Jackson searches the world for adventure and explo–I mean archaeology. Yes, definitely archaeology.
(Jason Tostevin, 7 mins, OH)
When five bumbling Satanists have their summoning ceremony go horribly right, they’re left to deal with the decidedly holy shit consequences.
Darkwave: Edge of the Storm
(Darren Scales, 24 mins, UK)
One hundred years from now, the DARKWAVE has left mankind stranded across the galaxy. On a distant planet, New Earth 72, a young family is on the run, escaping from the clutches of the Ministry. David, Sarah, and their young son Ben, stumble across a burning outpost. Starving and fatigued, they risk capture to stop and search for supplies, only to discover the terrifying cause of the outpost’s destruction.
The Call of Charlie
(Nick Spooner, 14 mins, RI)
A trendy Los Angeles couple sets up a blind date for two of their friends, one of whom is an ancient evil deity vibrating with pure malice. Unfortunately, on the evening of the rendezvous, two interlopers unexpectedly arrive at dinner to make the situation all the more awkward. A macabre comedy of manners, influenced by Luis Buñuel, David Lynch and/or H.P. Lovecraft. Alternately amusing and disturbing.
(Chris McInroy, 5 mins, TX)
A metalhead gets passed down a satanic guitar that riffs to shreds.
(Mark Lammerding, 10 min, CA)
Seeking the truth behind an urban legend, two young boys venture into the woods in search of a mysterious cabin.
(Brendon Rathbone, 13 mins, Canada)
After the Marauder’s motorcycle is stolen, the hunt is on for the bandits that stole it.
(Emil Sallinen, 9 mins, Finland)
Maryam, a rebel leader in an archaic world governed by ruthless religion, is set to prove that the god hovering in the sky is a lie. But she is stopped by a holy warrior that turns out to be her lost father. Soon their lives change as they are about to find out a secret only a god can keep.
(Matthew Lucas, 22 mins, DC)
A world-weary homeless woman is given an opportunity to leave her violent life behind when a roguish mechanic devises a risky plan to send her to a colony on the Moon.
Neil Stryker and the Tyrant of Time- The Goblin Forest
(Rob Taylor, 17 mins, OR)
It is the year 2095, and the world’s most dangerous secret agent and his team are in pursuit of a time-traveling scientist that has led them to a forest deep in the bowels of the villain’s fortress where a time barrier filled with goblins awaits…
(David Levy, 16 mins, US)
On a post-apocalyptic Earth, Leila Dawn (Natalie Floyd), is the only human survivor. Raised by Robots after humanity abandoned the planet they destroyed with nuclear warfare, Leila cannot forget her parents nor ignore her yearning to find other organic life. A hunt she sets out on with a Military Unit, Marker (Lex Cassar), leads Leila to discover the reality she’s been denied—a reality that sparks her ultimate quest.
(Crash Buist, 15 mins, CA)
A short Sci-Fi thriller about a fourth-dimensional artifact, the thief who steals it, and the man who will kill him to change the past.
Steven Speilberg and the Return to Film School
(Joshua Hoh, 21 mins, CA)
Steven Spielberg ventures back to the film school that he once dropped out of to finally earn the degree that he began 33 years before.
(Tristan Ofield, 11 mins, UK)
A tense spaceship captain and co-pilot set out to investigate a comet, when a technical fault cuts to the core of their relationship problem…
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