SUNSPRING is a short science fiction film about three people in what appears to be a love triangle while living in what appears to be a space station. The strange plot and almost incoherent dialogue was written by an AI program (that named itself Benjamin). The actors did a great job bringing the resulting weirdness to life.
This is great. Love the part where the cat takes the last bottle of Black Cat over another shopper’s protests.
Russian animator Alexey Zakharov created a very cool little animated film from old photos of American cities in the early 1900s.
Comedian David Lopez is chilling with a friend when a serial killer enters the house intent on butchery.
Then David accidentally starts playing Ace of Base’s “I Saw the Sign” … resulting in a very funny chase.
Apologies for the clickbait headline, but I think it fits here.
Save the Children is an organization dedicated to helping children escaping the Syrian civil war. The group put out two very effective ads that feature the plight of a little girl living a very normal life and then becoming a refugee. The trick is she’s British, bringing the Syrian refugee crisis emotionally closer to home. The result is heart-wrenching.
Here’s the first ad, showing how the little girl becomes a refugee in the UK:
Here’s the second ad, which shows her escaping to a European country:
THE GUNFIGHTER is a surprisingly funny and entertaining short Western.
A gunfighter walks into the saloon to order a whiskey.
Then the narrator says what happens next…