The third biweekly curated short film has arrived! As usual, we will feature some shorts that are different and unique, without giving them a full review for you to judge them yourself. This time, we include three of completely different genres, and we hope some of them will catch your attention with their way of storytelling!
Wave is a short action film that tells of the encounter between an undercover cop and a guy who found out his identity. The backstory is left to interpretation, as the film focuses solely on the action part. If you want to watch some realistic fights, then this is perhaps what will satisfy you.
It is directed by James Huynh and features Robert Pham with Stefan Wreath.
When it’s a battle of morale between a life-saving medics with mission driven personnels, who is in the right and in the wrong? Triage‘s a pretty interesting premise that is shot with mixture of CCTV tapes and other shots to make it look natural. Which side will you take?
It is directed by Panashe Pasipanodya and written by Ridley Elizabeth Rose and features some lesser well known actors.
For our last short film, it’s more of a CGI that’s made entirely by a single person. And it deals with the concept of Epiphany that is often explored in Buddhism, which Awake taking its own point of view on the concept. I must say the quality is pretty impressive considering it’s done by a one-man team.
It is created by Thinh Dinh with music by Joseph William Morgan.