Short film is a vital way for marginalized filmmakers to get a foot in the door, and the future of queer film depends on these filmmakers.
As Netflix leads the field with three contenders, a David and Goliath narrative has emerged in the race for Best Documentary Short.
Leah Shore and Amber Schaefer are among the female directors premiering new shorts during the festival, which runs March 2–6.
The NYC festival will celebrate its 20th anniversary with an array of new short films, plus all of last year's cancelled shorts program.
Rapper Joey Badass stars in this "Groundhog Day" riff about a Black man reliving the day he dies from "Daily Show" writer Travon Free.
75 short films are available for streaming, including several award winners.
Sundance: How first-time filmmaker Sara Kiener brought larger-than-life boyfriends Dusty Childers and Shane O'Neill to the screen.
At the 2019 Palm Springs International ShortFest, jurors made a point of honoring the kinds of films that Oscar doesn't.
The studio will also offer a first look at "Fast & Furious" animated series and present a "How to Train Your Dragon" trilogy artistic exhibition.
While Oscar winners may get a brief boost, that season is coming to an end and more movies are filling that gap.
Among the frontrunners are viewable films from Netflix and The New Yorker. Updated 2/24/18.
In this surrealist short, a young man is visited by past therapists and exes while arguing with his girlfriend over a walk in Central Park.
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