Take six minutes to watch this socio-political gem. An animated short about place and space and time and memory and home and South Florida. Premiered at SXSW13 and was the Grand Jury Prize for Animation at AFI Fest 2013.And was the official selection at a host of other festivals across the globe.
"The Heat" is a short documentary about Heather "The Heat" Hardy, a single mother and professional boxer who was displaced by Hurricane Sandy. Heather uses fighting to provide a living for her and her daughter, Annie, while simultaneously pushing the sport of women's boxing into the mainstream.
A coy animated short film about working life & self-reflection from Felix Massie ...The monotonic narrator coupled with the simplistic animated plot twists make the film a true original. Check out more from Felix Massie on his vimeo channel.
This spectacular short film from Paul Zinder was was introduced to IndieStreet by John Columbus, Artistic director of the Black Maria Film Festival. IndieStreet Quick Review "If more people were like Mauro, and more filmmakers had the character insight to film those people, the world would be a better place. Slightly over ten minutes, but it's an IndieStreet favorite, so stop whining and watch it"
Watch and you be the judge...This 8 min short film "Robbie" gives us one more layer of perspective than the hit Alfonso Cuarón box office smash by charting the reflections of an aging robot drifting alone through space. Neil Harvey constructed the film completely from archival NASA footage, showing you don't need an expensive camera to tell an intriguing story. Simple & Innovative techniques in storytelling (like this) are what we love to promote at Indie Street Films. Creds.
When statistician John Wilkins is sucked out of a plane at 43000 feet, he calculates that he has exactly 3 minutes and 48 seconds before he hits the ground. Director Campbell Hooper brings us some candid and stylistically filmed advice in this Indie short which we discovered via "Short of the Week". who always come correct with some great curation to the world of short film!
This is more of a commercial short series than it is independent, but the concept behind the series is what really raises eyebrows. Academy Award Winning Writer Geoffrey Fletcher wrote an outline script in which 5 writer/directors adapted into their own short films (Exit Log is from Chris Cornwell). In their own unique way, each film proves there is no easy way to escape your own fears, they must be faced in order to free yourself. Great job from Bombay Sapphire on putting the series together. Gin and the arts just go hand and hand don't they?
This is a short film with huge heart. Nominated for an Oscar in 2012, we are happy this stop animation film, written & directed by Timothy Reckart, has gained some notice from both IndieStreet and mainstream alike. Enjoy.
We all must get older, and more times than not, the best memories we have were not when we were the most comfortable. The times of struggle bring about the most cherished human connections. Directed by Oscar winners TJ Martin and Dan Lindsay, this film is a beautiful tribute to TJ's grandparents and their love. Hard to not shed a tear during this short film of old photographs.
The Funnel, a short film from Andre Hyland, is universally funny because we all know someone who is like this guy, or of course we are "that guy". An instant short film classic, we look to see more from Andre! Follow his youtube channel here