Snapping scenes from a moment in time, short films can have the same sentiments as dreams would – with the odd sense of time passing slowly, both dreams and shorts lasts for only a fleeting span of minutes, stripping it down to it’s fundamental elements that leaves you with a lasting promise. – CASA BIANCA
Old / New by Seth Worley
“Old/New” is the story of Drew McHugh, a man whose penchant for the new – new devices, new fashion, new friends – is challenged when he discovers the rustic appeal of old-fashioned things. He quickly becomes obsessed with the reclaimed and well worn – plummeting face-first down the rabbit hole of novelty and nostalgia.
Castello Calvicanti by Wes Anderson
A short written and directed for fashion house Prada by Wes Anderson. Running eight minutes long, it tells the story of Formula race driver Jed Cavalcanti, and follows him during the Molte Miglia rally, in September 1955.
Gregory Go Boom by Janicza Bravo
Starring Michael Cera as a paraplegic who tries dating for the first time to disastrous result.
Dawn by Rose McGowan
Showing a candy-coated world of terror, Rose McGowan’s directional debut is set in a 1960’s period piece and art thriller, synthesized into a cautionary tale for young women.
Friend Like Me by Sammy Paul
Toby begins to second-guess his lifelong friendship with Gene, a childhood genie turned freeloading roommate, after his girlfriend leaves him.