Tag Archives: short film
This is apparently a short/trailer for a movie pitch which would star Jamie Kennedy as the Granny. In the spirit of Halloween, it is indeed NSFW for being filled with senseless gore and violence. Do enjoy. GRANNY- Short Film/Promo from … Continue reading
I thought I posted this before but apparently not. A funny story about what we would all do with a portable black hole. Short Film ‘The Black Hole’ from PHOTOPLAY FILMS on Vimeo.
An amazing short film from the open source 3D modeling program called Blender. They’ve come a long way since the program’s inception and it has improved dramatically. The rendering and animation are far above almost anything else I’ve posted this … Continue reading
Women reacting to some big news.
So apparently this was the month of musicals. I’ll admit I have no idea who would put this on or even write this, but it’s something. It’s a bit long for Trashed Ideas, clocking in at about 75 minutes between … Continue reading
Boasting itself as the world’s smallest stop motion film, this adorable video was shot using a new lens and technology from Nokia.
Directed by Joe Valenti, “Little Batman” is a fan-film tribute to the 1966 “Batman” TV show that clocks in at almost 30 minutes, and as you might expect from the title, its cast is mostly made up of hilariously adorable … Continue reading
I don’t think I’ve posted any stunt driving videos before, mainly because they are dime a dozen on the internet, but this video is quite impressive. It’s a little long, but by the end of it the back tires are … Continue reading
A wonderful video was created by Will Hoffman and Daniel Mercadante and highlights our use of words and their diversity.
Brit sent over this wonderful short romance film. It’s a bit long, clocking in at over 16 minutes but well worth your time. It’s simple and sweet premise matches the style of shooting and really captures the essence of romance … Continue reading
This short film simplifies 35 films into a two minute clip. You can go here and read the comments to see most of the films people recognized, but see how many you can name yourself.