Narrative Short Films / Permanent Collection

Narrative Short Films / Permanent Collection

Narrative Short Films by independent filmmakers.

Narrative Short Films / Permanent Collection
  • Breaker (2017/Japan) by Philippe McKie

    In tomorrow's Tokyo, the technologically-enhanced body of a young mercenary hacker is overrun by a sentient data weapon. Wanted, the parasitic A.I becomes her only ally as she is chased across the city by those seeking to salvage it.

  • Game (2019/Iran) by Ali Haddadi

    A father with financial problems is forced to pay compensation for the damage caused by his son. He tries to get out of this situation by keeping his dignity.

  • Be my first (2017/Japan) by Philippe McKie

    A young Japanese girl riding the train posts a message from her phone to an online thread: 'I'm a high-school student and I'm a virgin, does anyone want to pay to be my first? It has to be tonight'

  • Zeen? (Canada) by Calyx Passailaigue

    Chad is a pretentious white Jamaican film director. With his ragtag Caribbean cast and crew, he aims to shoot a highbrow social drama called "Brothers in Babylon."

  • l'Albero / The Tree (2020/Italy) by Leonardo Tessarolo

    The short film is a dreamlike take on the theme of one's growth. A boy lives at the foot of a majestic tree. The tree reveals its personality, desires and fears to the boy through what it dreams.

  • Christmas On The Moon (2019/Russia) by Lado Kvataniya

    Mature vision on Christmas.

  • When We Were Strangers (2021/The Netherlands) by Ayla Spaans

    When We Were Strangers is ab experimental love story that features the slow decay of love. It’s about a couple who falls in love during a house party and set off on an adventure. Each room in the house represent a different phase of their relationship and the situation gets more and more confusing.

  • Leningrad /// GOLD (2019/Russia) by Lado Kvataniya

    In Leningrad a police interrogation room transforms into a series of vivid crime scenes, as a dangerous predator with a hunger for the finer things in life recounts her violent exploits.