We all have passions and dreams that we pursue since we were young. But what happens when reality hits in the adulthood? Well, Routine is using it as a theme and tries to show it through the lens of the pursuers of dreams.
Category: Short Film Review
Love, romance, rekindled old love has always been a mainstay in many films. Giddiness is another recent one that aims to tackle the genre in its own way. And this time it is made by a student as part his University graduation work!
Cleaning service and laundry place has been one of the most commonly visited place for some. So what are the better ways to make it into a nice fitting film setting for psychological short film? Well, Purgatory seems to have the answer for that.
The Tamil film industry has been on a rise steadily together with the Hindi film industry which made up much of the Bollywood. And among all these, there are often directors that are less well known worldwide. Phantasmagoria is a film directed by one of these directors, MJ Arun Babu.
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.
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.