Un Chien Andalou – Luis Buñuel

Few films have aged as well as the nearly 90 year old film Un Chien Andalou (1929) directed by Luis Buñuel. Patrik Eklund, who was one of our main guests last edition at our festival, chose this film among other of his favorite films to be screened as part of his carte-blanche program.  This week this surrealistic art film is our focus in this Short Shot blogpost.

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Natural Thing – Johan Rijpma

Here’s a little throwback to one of our sold out GS X programs for those who had to miss it.

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Blik – Bastiaan Schravendeel

Even then, this story of a boy, new to the neighborhood and who falls for the older girl next door, manages to be one of the most wonderfully expressive short animations to come around in a while. Read more…

Supporting Film – Douwe Dijkstra

Supporting Film is giving us a tremendously creative metaperspective on watching film. Co-produced by Go Short ourselves, Supporting Film dives into the experiences and commentaries of people watching films.  Read more…

Superlative Light – Jason Sondhi



VR! Lasers! Meta! Just a few empty terms to grab anyone’s attention these days because they are all the rage, but Superlative Light is so much more than that. More than just a short film, it is a project that works on many levels, incorporating a 360° film, an edit of the same scenes as in the 360° film which makes the viewing a totally different experiment, and it is a metadocumentary on film- and photography making to boot. Read more…

Mynarski Death Plummet – Matthew Rankin

Mynarski Death Plummet is a short about Andrew Mynarski, a Canadian Airforce soldier in WWII, who was posthumously awarded the Victorian Cross for sacrificing himself in the attempt to save his fellow soldiers. Not only is Mynarski Death Plummet a touching dramatization of events, it is also a visual coup de force concerning filmic techniques on celluloid. Read more…