A 22-year-old animator wants to tell the story of one man’s entire life. In only three minutes, by the way. It’s quite a challenging and unusual choice from such a young artist.
Yellow cabs, bagels, illuminated skyscrapers, and falling leaves in Central Park. We associate so many things with New York. But the city is more than those things, and it’s not easy to capture the real essence of it. Somehow, though, director Andre Andreev managed to do that in his short film I Heart NY.
“Would you still be my friend if there were things about me you didn’t know?” Celeste asks her friend Theo while they’re on a seesaw. The two of them start an innocent game and come up with increasingly surreal questions.
How far do they go to realize how much they mean to each other?
Two friends meet up for a pint of beer after work. That’s the story of Mid-Brow’s latest short film, Bad News. You might be thinking it’s not a big deal; these things happen every day. But what is not ordinary at all is that the two friends happen to be newsreaders who keep talking with an intonation and cadence typical of BBC correspondents.
Learn English and watch the beautiful BAFTA-nominated short film by Luke Snellin: Mixtape. If you used to listen to music on cassette tapes and vinyl, I’m sure you’ll feel nostalgic.