A skeleton android searches its way through a maze full of deadly traps and puzzles.
Logan, an antler bearing human figure, disjointedly skips through a chaotically random, neon world.
Classic animation, depraved stills, and experimental music converge to create a short that is no picnic to watch!
CONTENT WARNING: Picnic contains animated nudity and short, almost subliminal images with disturbing content.
You may remember Jake Fried’s short Waiting Room (2012) which we posted in the Saturday Short section only a few months ago. When he released another, we couldn’t help but plug his work again. This features nearly the same materials (white-out and ink), style, and length. Still, each short is so dense with different imagery that it doesn’t feel repetitive, and you’ll find yourself unable to watch any particular one just once.
Anna Blume takes a surreal approach to the interpretation of the poem An Anna Blume by Kurt Schwitters. In it, a female figure tries to escape the advances of a lustful male. This task becomes increasingly difficult as she continues to enlarge from eating everything red in her path.
A socially inept boy covered in boils is reluctantly invited to a party by a girl who does not seem to share his feelings of infatuation.
Content Warning: The Virgin Herod contains some sexual content and graphic, nauseating imagery. You may want to wash your hands after viewing.
Belly is the coming of age story of Oscar, an anthropomorphic elephant who is reluctantly forced to leave something important behind.