Winner of a 2021 Sundance Jury Prize, Topaz Jones's visual album is an autobiographical journey into his formative influences.
A new startup with deep ties to Hollywood is betting big on a two-sided marketplace that pairs existing content with brands—a development that could provide real opportunities to filmmakers.
Will Steger, the legendary polar explorer, inspires a community by preserving the forgotten craft of ice harvesting.
Academy members, viral hits and Cannes awards - the latest news from Short of the Week filmmakers.
After Sofia's husband is brutally murdered during a terrestrial invasion, she asks her local sensei to train her in the art of self defense.
A stylised portrait of one of the first Turkish immigrants in the Dutch cultural sector, interviewed by his daughter amid a colourful fashion collection inspired by his life.
Inès, 16, is determined to find a job when she meets Martin, a boy from Brussels' upscale neighborhoods.
We take a look at the 2021 Encounters Film Festival programme and pick out our highlights from this year's extensive selection of short films.
Why does 66 year old Alma return to the old family house every night to feed stray cats? Her son suspects it’s connected to the death of his brother and attempts to unravel the truth.
With the selection of films available at TIFF 2021 as large as ever trying to decide what to watch can be a daunting task.
A compassionate indie drama, a game-changing CG animation and a hi-concept body-swap comedy with heart make up the trio of films selected by the S/W team as our 'Best of the Month' for August 2021.
The voices of five gay men who cruised for sex at the World Trade Center in the 1980s and 1990s haunt the sanitized, commerce-driven landscape that is the newly rebuilt Freedom Tower campus.
Wochenbett (Postpartum) delves into the chaotic life of a new mother, who thought that maternity leave would become a sort of easy sabbatical.
A visual poem combining music, spoken word, dance, and archival footage, "Gold Token" explores Black ancestry and ultimately how society uses the Black experience as a piece of aesthetic consumption.
A professional mascot named Fauve gets dumped on the Summer solstice, aka the longest day of the year.