Category: Microfilm of the Month

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March 2015

1.26K Views

Vampire Bash Microfilm (00:05) Directed by Antonio Silva The shortest micro animated film - Animation (5 seconds story) about a little vampire that comes to life in paper and gets bashed with a poetic wooden stake ...

January 2016

769 Views

ed (03:30) Directed by Taha Neyestani A tribute to all life drawing models, and to the passion of the craft; exploring form, figure, life and all that lies within.

December 2018

588 Views

Dad Directed by Peter Davies (03:40 minutes) A mid life crisis captured on film as a filmmaker struggles to come to terms with becoming a father for the first time.

April 2014

947 Views

The Kiss (El Beso) Directed by: Miguel Piedra Microfilm (01:30) El beso. Un corto muy original desde el año 2000. Aplaudido en diferentes muestras e festivales en el mundo. Musica original de Ulisses Piedra.

February 2017

830 Views

Memento Mori (02:00) Directed by Jean-François Gratton The short is a mysterious contemplation of the ambiguity of beginnings and ends and the subtleties of defining turning points.

April 2015

1.18K Views

Somewhere Microfilm (04:20) Directed by Liu Song Life is a journey and not a destination . A man surrounded by architectural wonders reaches the ends of nothingness.

February 2016

816 Views

Trust me (04:10) Directed by Nicolas Van Ruychevelt

January 2019

325 Views

TVOD Directed by Duncan Nicoll (01:20 minute) A night in front of the telly goes horribly wrong in this short made for FrightFest’s 90 second Horror Film challenge. TVOD was one of four finalists in the competition...

March 2017

877 Views

Split Directed by Cento Lodigiani Microfilm (01:25) Throughout our lives, we often inspire undue stress and anxiety by viewing our existence with a “dualistic mind.” We create a world of private duality, a world th...

February 2018

630 Views

Films To Break Projectors A film by Ilobia (04:45 minutes) ‘Films to Break Projectors’ glues, scrapes and splices 35mm, 16mm and 8mm film to create unprojectable celluloid collages. Reanimating the material reveals...