A decidedly different spin on doomsday, post-apocalyptic poetry in a zoomer hipster vernacular, haunting, peculiar, and droll.
A passage from Korea’s creation myth becomes a timely reflection on isolation and transformation.
Be careful when you bust a move, lest ye get all busted up yourself.
There’s more than one way to get around town
The sunrise that awakes an elderly woman, alone in her room, can’t dispel the darkness that comes as she ponders the many days of her life gone by.
A damaged porcelain doll and her faithful companion, a toy dog, forage for scraps in a ruined wasteland of discarded playthings.
A breakup announcement brings out the best, worst, and weirdest in a Salvadoran family.
Jeremie Balais, Jeff LeBars
Wise words and warm memories linger from a hot summer night in West Philadelphia. Colman Domingo stars in an animated extract from his stage play.
An utterly organic mother desires a state of plasticized perfection for her newborn. The first phase of animator Zhou Shengwei’s PERFECT CITY cycle.
Alone in his house with only his many books and troubling memories, an old man feels compelled to seek out a lost childhood treasure.
A young girl sees something of herself in a small, injured bird she finds. A lovely little slice of life’s tragic truths.
E.D. FILMS is excited to share an exclusive “sneak peek” of their upcoming animated short, co-founder Daniel Gies’ tribute to family folklore.
Learning, loving, leaping before you look—the parade of changes, the constant becoming that we call growing up.
Caught in a snowstorm, an urbane traveller seeks shelter with a peasant family whose superstitions amuse him, but he won’t be laughing for long.
Raghad Al Barqi
As they pass from one ear to the next, words get tangled and warped, and ultimately wound.