Erodium Thunk (2018) was made for an event honoring Micheal Snow’s short film A to Z (1956). In it, segments of old commercials are cut into pieces and cleverly pasted together. The result is a comedic social commentary that’s too weird and disconnected to be self-righteous.
Abstract clones of various sizes interact with each other in this dialog-free short.
While Gloria is waiting for the psychedelic drugs to kick in, her and her friends are flagged down by a Border Patrol officer.
Content Warning: This short contains strong language, adult situations and substance abuse.
Kristoffer Borgli takes a break from acting and directing to search for meaning in his life through the guidance of a vaping Taiwanese bodybuilder.
A cyclops cleans up and dresses to catch the gaze of her date.
Content Warning: This short contains stylized nudity and sexuality.
Agent 4505 of the USPS Department of Long-term Delivery sets out to deliver a package that has been in limbo for ten years. With each clue to the whereabouts of the package’s recipient, Agent 4505 becomes more desperate for closure.
Content Warning: This short contains some strong language.
A couple is obsessively in love with each other, their roommate, pizza, and life altogether.
CONTENT WARNING: This short contains adult situations and strong language.
Bill Wurtz makes absurd shorts and music videos featuring Microsoft Paint-style animations with muzak quality instrument samples. The song And the Day Goes On could be the beginning of a new era for rundown grocery store background music.
There isn’t a single moment of normalcy in this short. You may feel conflicted about finishing it, and then conflicted about watching it over and over again.
Content Warning: This short contains strong language and some violence.