Archive for the ‘Short Films’ Category

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MIFF 2008


It’s that time of the year again. The Melbourne International Film Festival is back with a lot less fanfare than last year and unlike last year (when I was broke busy), I plan on catching more films. Two films I’m really looking forward to are the indie sensation ‘In Search of a Midnight Kiss‘ and […] Whatever happens in the end, I don’t wanna lose you as my friend. I promise, I will never be your friend. No matter what. Ever. I’ve been a huge Wes Anderson fan ever since I saw Rushmore back in college. His visual style is unlike that of any other director what with the use […]

I take risks; sometimes patients die. But not taking risks causes more patients to die, so I guess my biggest problem is I’ve been cursed with the ability to do the math. Dr Gregory House is arguably one of the coolest people on TV (along with the likes of Alan Shore from Boston Legal and […]

The reality show, On The Lot is pretty pathetic but it does showcase some amazing talent. If you’ve been watching, you’re probably familiar with Zach Lipovsky‘s work. Two of his short films are probably the best on the show. Sunshine Girl: A little girl hides the Sun under her bed. Chaos ensues. Time Upon a […] This isn’t just a film for short film lovers; it’s an amazingly visceral meditation on the various forms of love in and for one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Paris. The two hour feature consists of 18 short films based on the 20 Arrondissements (‘municipal boroughs’) in Paris. When 18 of […]

A brilliantly directed short film. Of course, I could use without the Catholic overtones, but it’s still a very interesting morality tale. Apparently, this is part of a project created by Lucas Crandles and Hayden James Weston, two Australians who make short films and one day hope to direct a feature film.