15.07.15 by Staff

Video of the Day: Beautiful Story Told Entirely From Bird’s-Eye View Perspective


Director/cinematographer Mishka Kornai’s beautiful short film “Growth” was shot entirely from a bird’s-eye view and explores the universal theme of growing up by those going through it. Watch the full video below!

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01.07.15 by Staff

The Life & Death of an iPhone


Great little video by Brooklyn-based filmmaker Paul Trillo. Taken from the phone’s point of view. Shot and edited entirely on an iPhone too, obviously. Watch below!

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29.06.15 by Jeff

Video of the Day: A Celebration of Color in our Everyday Lives

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Here’s a fantastic little short for your Monday! My friend Daniel Mercadante just sent over his latest film and said it was ‘an amazing twist of fate that I finished it just as the world is painted in rainbows’. Watch Colors below.

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09.06.15 by Staff

Animation: Coffee Break




A perfect little animated short by Seoul, Korea-based Superfiction. Watch Coffee Break below!

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05.06.15 by Staff

Short Film: Primrose by Clara Aranovich


Funny little love story by writer/actor/director Clara Aranovich. Primrose premiered in the Narrative Shorts Competition at the 2015 SXSW Film Festival. Watch the full video below.

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01.05.15 by Jeff

Short Film: “Young Love” by Ariel Kleiman


A charming short film from a few years ago (only recently put online), written and directed by Ariel Kleiman. My kind of humour. Watch “Young Love” below.

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10.12.14 by Jeff

Video of the Day: A Visceral 60-Second Ode to Competitive Swimming

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“When You Say You’re a Swimmer”, a short film written and directed by Chris Shimojima offers a poetic taste of what it’s like to be a competitive swimmer. Watch the video below.

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31.10.14 by Jeff

Video of the Day: “Interesting Ball” A Surreal Short Film Directed by DANIELS


This short film for Dazed’s Visionaries is perhaps the most absurd thing that Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert have made together so far. The two directors, better known as Daniels, took over the entire Internet earlier this year with their video for Dj Snake and Lil Jon’s “Turn Down For What” (watch it here) and have made a name for themselves turning immature ideas into memorable videos.

Watch their film “Interesting Ball” below.

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