I'm short not stupid
We spoke to filmmaker Jim Cummings about his award-winning film 'Thunder Road' and how he got the rights to use the Springsteen classic that inspired it.
While America watched as riots tore Los Angeles apart, a nine-year-old Nathan Silver inadvertently reinterpreted the country's turmoil into his first film during his birthday party.
In 'Fools Day' a class of fourth graders make a crazy coffee concoction that ends up killing their teacher in a mind blowing explosion of guts and blood. They're left to clean up the mess and avoid getting caught by the D.A.R.E officer.
In 'How to Be a Reality TV Star,' filmmaker John Wilson documents a day at the unaccredited New York Reality TV School.
Filmmaker Nikias Chryssos said he wanted to replicate the experience of children's educational programming, but for adults.
Konstantin Bronzit's animated film 'We Can't Live Without Cosmos' is as much about space travel as it is about the human condition.
Director Réka Bucsi's Oscar-shortlisted 'Symphony No. 42' ponders the absurdity of life through depressed elephants, brain-dead humans, and Damien Hirst.
"When he said that he was going to build a wall and make Mexico pay for it, heck yeah, that was it for me."
The much-loved British actor appeared in only a handful of short films. Most recently, he used his trademark creepiness and subtlety to play a stalker of sorts in Ben Ockrent and Jake Russell's 2013 drama 'Dust.'
Dan Sully's "Senka" is an ominous twist on the traditional holiday narrative, following a young boy who is terrorized by a mythical Christmas beast.
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.