WHAT WOULD JESUS BUY? follows Reverend Billy and the Stop Shopping Choir as they go on a cross-county mission to save the Holidays from the Shopocalypse: the end of mankind from consumerism, over-consumption and the fires of eternal debt! The Shopocalypse is upon us…Who will be Saved?
SZ72 manages to turn its weakness (the really low budget) into a strengh. It is so simpel and yet so effective. One of the most fascinating short films I have seen this month.
A story of love, honour and vengeance between earth and sea. A stop motion fantasy based on Lo Guarracino, a Neapolitan toungue twisting song of the 18th century.
A short film directed by Michelangelo Fornaro. Produced by Silvana Leonardi and Vincenzo Di Marino.
Watch Lo guarracino. (MPEG-4)
Appalled by modern day sex slavery, filmmaker Libby Spears began a covert investigation to document the worldwide child sex trafficking problem, and to see how and if it led back to the United States.
Watch the moving trailer to the upcoming documentary and visit the official website to support the project.
Have a look at Youtubes new channel where you can watch feature-length films legally. There are for example:
- Many Werner Herzog films such as Fitzcarraldo, Aguirre – The Wrath of God, Woyzeck, Even Dwarfs started small, Little Dieter needs to fly and My Best Friend, the fabulous documentary about Klaus Kinski
- Godfrey Reggios Koyaanisqatsi
- Morgan Spurlocks Super Size Me
- Richard Linklaters Slacker
- Buffalo Bill & The Indians with Paul Newman
- and the Academy Award-nominated Norwegian film Elling
Be My Brother proves that one doesn’t need a lot of money to produce an outstanding short. Winner of Tropfest 2009. Watch all the Tropfest films here.
Beautifully constructed short. One of those rare films where you wished it went on for longer.
I wish this was bigger news in the States.
From the director of Toe Jam, another classic porn remix. Dialing a number has never been so fun.
Watch it (Thanks Mike)
Kermit the frog discovers the dead body of Jim Henson. A beautiful tribute to the creator of the muppets.
Awesome submission from DaveX. Lovely idea, the description is vague for good reason: Urban Anthropologists, Andy and Carolyn London interview some of New York City’s more overlooked citizens.
Hot puppet action coming to you in a regular basis.