I always worry that it may be a bit impolite to recap the Shorts Fest films, since it’s not always easy to catch them outside of that one showing, but I so sincerely hope that you run across a chance to see them some time (for example, if any of them get nominated for Academy […]
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Thanks to Metafilter, I found this cool short documentary shot in 1996 by Michael Lucid about a group of 13-year-old Riot Grrls trying to spread the message that society's expectations of the way women should act, dress, and groom themselves is Bullshit — and sexism, racism, and homophobia are not okay, on any level. Because […]
ALERT: As of a few minutes ago, ShortsFest Opening Night was on standby! Get your umbrellas ready and line up early. Y’all know how much I love the SIFF Shorts Packages, and I definitely found some gems this year in the packages I had time to preview. All shorts programs are showing at SIFF Cinema […]
I don't even know what to say about this short film, except I liked it — and apparently so did Slamdance and SXSW. Maybe you will too? "Hannah, hit the button on the seismic reactor, which is definitely a real thing"
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I can't really explain why I think Marcel the Shell with Shoes On is so damn funny, but it just is. In this second installment, I really love the "oh god, I can smell his face" part – and the explanation of where he sleeps when in a hotel. (part 1 here)
Now here’s something I can get behind (HA! seewhatIdidthere?): a short film festival featuring filmmakers from the Pacific NW, with Beer! Contests! and Prizes! But seriously, guys – I love me some shorts. And if $10 can get me a whole mess of ’em in a fun venue with other like-minded peoples, I’m down. Tall […]