Poland has lost many artworks over the World War 2. The Lost Museum is a short film that uses that as the base of the story, but explores it in a more artistic film fashion. In a sense, it can be said to be an experimental film that aims to both tell the story and educate to the masses regarding the various lost artworks.
Category: Short Film Review
Seldom has a short film based itself on a real history without showing any human characters at all. Coming Back to Life thus becomes one of the few short films that tries to tell its story using abstract scenes, but is based loosely on the real-life source.
Horror has always been the mainstay in any film genre, particularly the short film genre. It’s not particularly hard to make, and can be done in as little budget as possible. And Drip is one of the latest to join in the party.
Solitude is a short film that aims to explore the different variation of loneliness that some of us face today. No longer are we feeling lonely from not connecting with others; rather we are lonely because we over-connected. And this film wants to do it in a more artistic abstract way.
Verso is probably the first short films that I know which is shot entirely in reverse. And it is done by Ryan Russell Steele and Joseph Victor. Imagine mixing some zombie reference with that of artist mixer plus drugs. Well, then you will get yourself a Verso.
It’s been quite rare to see a short film that is entirely 2D animated in a handdrawn fashion that is similar to older cartoons in the 90s. But makes no mistake, Pour 585 is a modern short film that tackles one of the current era’s issues as its moral lesson. This short film is released just a day ago in Vimeo and is directed by Patrick Smith, produced by Kaori Ishida and with music by Leon Riskin.
The apocalyptic setting has been a mainstay in the 21st century with many other films depicting it one way or another. This is especially so when even China released their own blockbuster based on that premise. Now, a short film that tackles the genre has appeared once again by the name of Beyond Us.It is directed by Maxime Tiberghien, a freelance motion designer and art designer. Together with the help of his crews Sylvain Favre and Maxime Hacquard, and music by Vitality Zavadskyy and voiceover by Juliette de Prigny; they have managed to create a pretty interesting piece of work out to the audience in Paris.
(This is Alike short film review, which is a 2016 short animated film featuring father-son characters) Alike is an animated short film directed by Daniel Martínez Lara and Rafa