In Fools Day, a class of fourth graders make a coffee concoction that ends up killing their teacher in an explosion of guts and blood.
Director Réka Bucsi's Oscar-shortlisted Symphony No. 42 ponders the absurdity of life through depressed elephants, brain-dead humans, and Damien Hirst.
I'm Short, Not Stupid presents Terry Rayment's chilling short film set to Senator Robert F. Kennedy's "The Mindless Menace of Violence" speech.
The charming, profound, and strikingly original animated short film has finally arrived online.
The gloriously twisted The Real Adventures of Doc and Mharti was creator Justin Roiland's attempt to "troll" Universal Pictures.
Director Danny Madden's short film All Your Favorite Shows is a wild and arty send-up of the supercut.
Michael Mohan's SXSW Grand Jury-winning short film, 'Pink Grapefruit,' follows two couples—one on the ups, the other on the outs.
I'm Short, Not Stupid #85 features The Queen (La Reina), a short documentary about the demands of childhood pageantry in Argentina.
A musical puppet show, an animated short about our fear of death, and Spike Lee's documentary about Mo'ne Davis all made our list.
This is a film is a bizarre synthesis of Hollywood horror and actors' screams. You're going to love and hate it.
I talked to her about all that stuff and also Sex and the City.
The film is a spectacularly absurd story comprised of little vignettes that are linked together by the path of a bouncing red ball.
In the pitch-black comedy short The Body, Alfie Allen from Game of Thrones stars as a murderer who wraps up a corpse and lugs it down London's busy streets and sidewalks.
Josh and Benny Safdie's The Black Balloon follows a lone black balloon as it intersects randomly with damaged New Yorkers in slice of life moments.
Watch my short film Herbert White, which is based on a Frank Bidart poem and stars Michael Shannon as a necrophiliac, exclusively on VICE.
Filmmaker Josh Izenberg's short documentary, Slomo, tells the story of Dr. John Kitchin, who goes from being an affluent neurologist in a lab coat to a homeless-looking rollerblading weirdo.
Here's a little behind-the-scenes interview about how Eat! came to be with director Janicza Bravo and actor Brett Gelman.
It's a simple story: man meets woman, woman falls in love (?), they get married, man takes advantage, woman puts up with it, man goes too far, and woman finally snaps.
The eponymous Dr. Easy is a robot programmed to diffuse tense situations. It uses a vast database of human records, sensory detectors, and deductive reasoning to work it's magic. The film incites many important questions that force us to confront our own
Here is the premiere of James Franco's new short film, La Passione. It's a decadent and beautifully shot trip that riffs on Theodor Dreyer's The Passion of Joan of Arc, if it were shot on acid and starred the ATL Twins as demons.
The Zellners' films are idiosyncratic, aggravating, and contain a subtle wit and intelligence that makes them rewatchable. 'Flotsam/Jetsam,' their short film from 2005, encapsulates the brothers' vast knowledge of cinema and comedy, its rules, and how to
A series of unfortunate events leads to Bill getting tin replacements for his arms, legs, and eventually the rest of his body, but he still has a human heart. Bill's new appearance scares away his love, Jane, who falls for his reincarnated heartless body…
This short—'Voice Over'—opens with a desperate space pilot who has been jettisoned from his ship after crash landing on an alien planet. To make things worse, one of the local creatures has crawled inside of his suit and is getting frisky with his nutsack…
Ah, young love. The air seems clearer. The sun seems brighter. There's a spring in the step. Too bad about the zombie apocalypse.