Director: Holger ErnstBased on a short story by Iranian author Mahtab Ebrahimzadeh, [Rain is Falling] is the tale of a small girl looking after her mother. This award-winning short film by Holger Ernst makes connections between worlds separated by difference.
[The Ten Steps] has all the ingredients of a standard horror yarn: a creaky house with a terminal draft problem and a babysitter who should know better than to go into the cellar during a blackout. B… More »
Six Maori Battalion soldiers wait for night to fall in the ruins of an Italian home. Forced into silence they keep themselves amused, like any boys would, with jokes and laughter. As they try to igno… More »
In these times of immorality and debauchery, layman John and his friends seek to educate the masses. This is a quirky but essential guide for all by Accelerator 04 alumnus Richard Vette ([Where is Sh… More »
Like taking a deep breath and holding it for 90 seconds, this one-shot film captures the high-pressure act of waiting. Starring Brandon Burke and Jeanette Cronin, Karen Colston's film highlights how… More »
A young family is trapped in a world of endless monotony, but discover that their existence and escape are at the hands of a larger force. This abstract and dreamlike film is rich with Jeunet-esque c… More »