A long list, for such short films - we have movies and documentaries, live action and animation, old and new, domestic and foreign!
A collection of nine short films nominated for the 75th annual Academy Awards, including the winning live action short and the winning animated short.
A collection of hit films including the dog trilogy, and rare and seldom seen films.
A collection of twenty-six films by American non-narrative filmmaker Stan Brakhage.
From Walt's earliest work in the 1920s to some of his most sophisticated shorts of the 1950s and '60s, he captured the imaginations of millions, plus two Academy Award wins - including Ferdinand The Bull, Best Short Subject 1938 - and eight nominations.
Pioneer filmmakers Sagar Mitchell and James Kenyon were commissioned by touring showmen to shoot footage that would be shown in town halls, village fetes and local fairs. The footage was of local people going about their everyday activities in northern England. Includes footage of trolley cars and crowded streets, soccer matches, temperance parades, workers, school children, sports fans and seaside vacationers, providing a record of everyday life in the early years of the twentieth century.
Lars von Trier enters the world of documentary filmmaking and challenges his idol J%uFFFD Leth to remake his 1967 short film The Perfect Human (Det perfekte menneske) five times, each time with a new obstruction.
Organizes 17 films by avant-garde American filmmaker James Broughton into three distinct eras to capture the breadth and evolution of his themes and subject matter.
Influential in cinema history, the Free Cinema movement not only reinvented documentary in the 1950s but also spearheaded the British New Wave of social-realist feature films. This collection has brought together 11 films that represent the best of Free cinema.
A collection of comedy shorts and features by comedian Harry Langdon.
To commemorate the Centennial of the Lumiere Brothers' first motion picture, leading international filmmakers created their own one minute LLumiere Film, using the restored original camera.
In addition to rare silent-era features, includes cartoons and animation, documentaries and newsreels, earliest American movies, pioneering sound and color experiments, serial episodes, trailers for lost films, advertisements, avant-garde shorts, ethnographic footage, films of ethnic communities, and other film types invented during the first four decades of the motion picture.
A collection of five short films created by contemporary Japanese animator Naoyuki Tsuji.
Collection of animated short films.
Short animation efforts by Bill Plympton, ranging from black comedy shorts to advertisements for MTV, Trivial pursuit, and Nutrasweet.
Three short documentaries from the 1970s by the director Werner Herzog. Die grosse Ekstase des Bildschnitzers Schneider is about Walter Steiner, a Swiss woodcarver and world class ski jumper. How much wood... is a visit to the annual world championship of livestock auctioneers in the Amish country of Pennsylvania. La Soufri%uFFFD is about the anticipated eruption of a volcano on the Caribbean island of Guadeloupe and the man who chooses to stay behind when everyone else evacuates.
Shorts! is a diverse group of award-winning short films showcased at film festivals all over the globe. Featuring some of the best shorts seen at the Sundance Film Festival, Aspen ShortsFest, Starz Denver International Film Festival, Clermont-Ferrand Short Film Festival, Tribeca Film Festival and more.
Six directors release six vignettes set in different sections of Paris.
This compilation of films pays tribute to America's cantankerous comedy genius, W.C. Fields. Legendary one-liners and slapstick routines are preserved in these early shorts that chronicle the development of Fields' irascible screen persona.
A compilation of 41 cartoons which have won or been nominated for Academy Awards as Best Cartoon Short Subject or Best (Cartoon) Documentary Short Subject, featuring many familiar cartoon characters including the Looney Tunes gang, Tom and Jerry, Popeye, and Superman.
A collection of thirteen new and long-neglected, lesser-seen short films including Spike Jonze's never publicly screened portrait of Al Gore, made during the election campaign of 1999; an excerpt from David O. Russell's controversial film about U.S. soldiers in Iraq; Miguel Arteta and Miranda July's haiku-like Are you the favorite person of anybody?; a bewildered Selma Blair's eventful visit to the gynecologist; a Turkish sitcom resubtitled by several notable writers; some rare 1970s Iranian animation which was smuggled out of the country; a Dutch artist singing classic rock backwards; and a sudden and unexplained appearance by David Byrne.
A collection of film shorts.