Space gasman Ed is called upon by the mayor to fix a gas leak created by Lord Gasideous to dominate the denizens of their city — and yes, this is as weird and perfect as it sounds.
This short is wonderfully acted, written and shot. But most importantly, it reminded us of an undeniable fact: both kids' books and book clubs are really, really weird.
When you're in the business of washing hands and feet, how hard is it to keep your nose clean? It's all about risk/reward in this phenomenal short from Kati Skelton.
So... what have you been up to? Do you still skateboard? How's Greg?
Everything about this short is equal parts freaking weird and fantastic.
Like most of the other sci-fi shorts that have been produced by the director's company, Oats Studios, "Kapture: Fluke," is bloody, chilling, and hard to look away from.
"A closeted boy runs the risk of being outed by his own heart after it pops out of his chest to chase down the boy of his dreams."
Wow we can't believe the vote went the way it did considering the polls said what they said.
Just because you have a small part doesn't mean you shouldn't go full throttle investigating the objectives, desires and deep rooted insecurities of your character.
An estimated 15,000 transgender troops currently serve in the US military, all of whom risk dismissal if their identity is found out.
You probably know him best as Poe Dameron, but "LIGHTNINGFACE" is certainly going to leave an impression.
"You know when you're in a restaurant and you go to the bathroom and when you come back and your food's there? That's me."
The story is a little corny and the physics seem a bit strange, but the characters are lovable, and the whole thing definitely has that Pixar montage feel, which means we're big fans.
This wonderfully simple short came in third place for a competition where filmmakers had two days to create a one-minute film.
Anything we could possibly write about this heartbreaking story would be an injustice. Just know CBC absolutely knocked it out of the park with this incredible, emotional tale and hit play.
You've seen Jedi training. The Sith equivalent is brutal — either the master or apprentice ends up dead.
We're hopeful this is a signal Bill Wurtz has finally found a happy medium between his brilliant 6 second vines and his double-digit-minute masterpieces like "History of Japan" and "History of the Entire World."
Celebrate the very fake, extremely made-up date-specific movie fandom holiday of July Sixth Park the way its creators dreamt it: with a blow up dinosaur suit and awkward apprehension.
Neill Blomkamp is back with another episode in his "Volume 1" series from Oats Studios — this time imagining God as a fickle voyeur.
If you recognize the main character, it's because she's played by Natalia Dyer from "Stranger Things." And if you recognize the stuff she's doing in this wonderfully written, directed and acted short about teen sexuality, it's because you did some shady stuff on the internet in the '90s too.
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