short not stupid
'Manoman' follows a meek man and the living, naked, hairy embodiment of his inner id down the path of testosterone-fueled destruction.
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.
In 'teeth,' filmmakers Daniel Gray and Tom Brown take us inside a mouth punished by caramel apples, fist fights, and painful dental visits.
Filmmakers Daniel Cloud Campos and Spencer Susser bring outfits to life in 'Shiny,' using stop-motion animation, incredible sound design, and a swift sense of movement.
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.
Kat Candler's "Hellion" packs a lot of emotion into six minutes.
Writer and director Steve Dildarian has crafted a hilariously deadpan call to environmental action starring a couple of sharks.
Colin Tilley's "Mr. Happy" stars Chance the Rapper as a man considering ending it all.
"The Life and Death of Tommy Chaos and Stacey Danger" is one of the craziest, and most elaborate, student films I've ever seen.
Filmmaker Jesse Allen decided to mine the world of nighttime office cleaners for his fantastic, pitch black comedy short, The Clean Up.