The Present – Jacob Frey

After a very successful festival circuit, running on over 180 film festivals and winning more than 50 awards, we’ve decided that it’s finally time to share “The Present” with the rest of the world.

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The Procedure – Calvin Lee Reeder

A man is kidnapped and forced to endure a strange experiment.

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Mobile – Verena Fels

The award-winning film is the origin and inspiration of the MobileZoos. Here the story of the cow in the search for friendship with the other animals is experienced in full dynamism. You hear the cheerful music and learn all the emotions of the animals with their sounds and jaunts up close. The mobile dances through the air and the animals are turbulently roved around. Everything lives and moves here. A fast-paced children’s film with humor, fun and action.

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Orange Drive – Mark Lester

This short film tells the story of a young man who hangs out with friends, falls in love, falls out of love, has an affair, loses his job, gets into trouble with the police, narrowly escapes serious injury, buys some music and more. It tells us this story in less than 10 minutes and it does it with the action pretty much never leaving the guy’s car.

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Break Down – Christopher Winterbauer

Beaking up. Yup, that universal feeling of rejection. Considering it’s such a “done” topic (from movies to books to essentially every country song), it’s a tough subject to pull off in an innovative way, let alone one that uses minimal cinematic resources or pizzazz. But, director and writer Christopher Winterbauer has pulled off such a cinematic magic trick with his film, Break Down, a low-key, darkly comic, but also poignant take on a couple who has reached the end of their path together.

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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…