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Ni una sola palabra de amor, de El Niño Rodríguez (Argentina, 2011) Duración: 8 min 16 seg La cinta de un contestador telefónico extraviado nos trae la increíble historia de Enrique y María Teresa: una mujer que espera recibir el llamado de un hombre que no responde nunca. Un mensaje tras otro quedará grabado buscando que le digan, tal vez, una sola palabra de amor.
The Video Dating Tape of Desmondo Ray, Aged 33 & 3/4, A Live-Action and Animated Short Film by Steve Baker
“The Video Dating Tape of Desmondo Ray, Aged 33 & 3/4” is a combination live-action and animated short by Steve Baker about the video dating tape of Desmondo Ray. Steve says, “I met a very interesting fellow recently. His name is Desmondo Ray, and this is his video dating tape.”
The 1934 8-minute silent film “The Hearts of Age” was co-directed by Orson Welles and his friend William Vance when Welles was 19 years old. The film, which consists of a series of surreal, disjointed shots, is notable both as Welles’ first directing effort and his first screen acting role.
“Wolverine: A Film By Woody Allen” is a parody movie trailer by OfficialComedy that imagines what the newly released X-Men film The Wolverine would have been like if it were written, directed by and starring Woody Allen.
In the trailer for Woody Allen’s new X-Men blockbuster, Wolverine, we meet Logan Singer a mutant-writer who is in love with Rogue – a woman he can never kiss. He’s indestructible but totally crippled by his insecurities.
For YouTube Comedy Week, Michael Cera produced and stars in Gregory Go Boom, a dark comedic short about a “paraplegic living in the beautifully impoverished Salton Sea” who after “a series of tragically comic dates gone wrong” then “takes matters into his own hands in a shocking way.” The short was written and directed by Janicza Bravo and co-stars Brett Gelman. Rocco Castoro of VICE recently interviewed both Bravo and Gelman about the film.
Thought of You – Making of
Brazzaville Teen-Ager is a 19-minute long darkly comedic film directed by and starring Michael Cera which is his first offering for the new JASH channel on YouTube. It’s based on an original story by American novelist Bruce Jay Friedman which can be found in his book, The Collected Short Fiction of Bruce Jay Friedman.
In a self-effacing attempt to save his father from a death by deterioration, a young man enlists his curmudgeonly boss and Kelis to perform a song, and a miracle.
The 7th annual Disposable Film Festival launches at San Francisco’s Castro Theatre, March 21 to 24, 2013. The festival is a showcase of short films made with inexpensive video capture devices like cell phones and webcams. After the conclusion of the San Francisco premiere, the festival will tour the US—check the site for tour dates.
Legacy is a 3D animated short film by writer and filmmaker Grzegorz Jonkajtys about an alien who travels to planet Earth to retrieve a human specimen. It took 3 months to complete the short film and it won the 2008 “Uplift Universe CGChallenge XXII Video Awards” at CGSociety in the individual video category.
When I Grow Up is a delightfully inspirational animated short by The Academy, akin to Dr. Seuss’s classic Oh, the Places You’ll Go! The short is directed, written, and animated by Colin Hesterly and scored by Cyrille Machesseau. Narrator Bob Michaels’ soothing voice encourages you to “shoot for the moon,” and reminds you that even when “the going gets tough, keep pushing on because there’s a world of mysteries left for you to solve.”
Rollin’ Safari directed by Kyra Buschor tells the story of a crocodile’s attempt to attack flamingos which is complicated by the animals’ physique: Both the flamingos and crocodiles have a spherical shape that gets in their ways. The unusual, funny tale rapidly gains a momentum of its own.
““Project Genesis” is a curious sci-fi short which imagines an alternate world populated by old Macintosh computers. Trouble brews when the computers unveil a new product that is meant to improve and simplify their lives: HUMAN. The short was directed by Milan-based filmmaker Alessio Fava.
“Adam and Dog” is a beautifully animated short film by artist Minkyu Lee that puts an original spin on the biblical story of Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden and adds in man’s best friend, the dog. The short is nominated for a 2013 Oscar in the Best Animated Short Film category. Animation for Adam and Dog was a group effort by Minkyu Lee, Jennifer Hager, James Baxter, Mario Furmanczyk, Austin Madison and Matt Williames.
Petsami produced “Dog Eat Dog,” a true (though humorously exaggerated) story about how actor Zachary Quintoadopted his first dog from a Los Angeles animal shelter. It’s described as a “twisted, fun, morality tale about the lengths to which some of us will go in order to get what we want.” It co-stars Philip Baker Hall and Sharon Wilkins and was directed by Sian Heder. Quinto says, “…The story of the film is an exaggerated account of how I eventually found my rescue dog Noah, but it still reflects a bit of the reality I faced when I was looking to adopt a shelter dog…”