It's funny, beautifully shot and cleverly written. But most importantly, "That Dog" is very, very awkward.
The studio behind this teaser is looking for funding to develop this into a feature length film and all we can say to the potential producers out there is "PLEASE."
This beautifully surreal short film from Vogue has our brains hurting with so many linguistic twists on a name.
Spoken word poet Glenis Redmond's work "The Tao of the Black Plastic Comb" is brought to the screen in this stunning series of vignettes.
This film is inspired by actor Myles Humphus' real struggle to find work following his short pro football career with the Cleveland Browns.
"Reality doesn't happen by itself."
Try as you might to stay awake, your body has other plans.
The Crossing, an official prologue short to Alien: Covenant, reveals what happened to crew members Dr. Elizabeth Shaw and the synthetic David after the event...
James Davis spent more than four years battling with the city of Stevenson, Alabama to let his wife Patsy rest in peace in their yard.
"Field of Vision" follows a new class of workers in India learning how to defend users from a torrent of "inappropriate" online material.
Next time you're throwing a party, remember it's cool to invite either George or Dan, but definitely not both.
Carrie Brownstein (of "Portlandia" fame) directed this clever, dreamy sendup of social media and figurative language. It's hella weird and we like it.
The microdosing community claims that a monthly, weekly or even daily consumption of small amounts of psychedelics is life-improving with little to no harmful side effects. BBC reporter Catrin Nye investigates.
The residential collective debates what to do about a disruptive force.
Seriously. Don't. There's private stuff in there. That book doesn't even belong to you. How would you feel if Grelvazub read *your* diary?
It's okay! Write that letter! They'd probably love hearing from you. Or actually, on second thought, maybe you should delete it. And delete them from your address book just to be safe.
Raptors that can run, jump, flip — no matter the gap or obstacle? Clever girls.
The eye-catching effect in the music video for Kendrick Lamar's "Humble" is more accessible than you may think.
We were already feeling guilty about how much time we spend out and about while our pooches wait for us at home...
The creator of this film says it took two years to make — someone should give him a crown. Wait, maybe not.
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