VOTE FOR THE WEIRDEST SHORT FILM OF 2012

We’ve collected all ten nominees for 2012′s Weirdest Short of the Year together in one place, for ease of voting.  Just click “continued” for a mini film-festival of weirdness. And be sure to vote for your favorite! (You can cast a vote once every 24 hours). Polls close February 24 at 1:00 PM EST.

A special thanks goes out to Cameron Jorgensen, 366 Weird Movies under-appreciated shorts Czar, who discovered most of these films through his own research.

Click below to view all ten nominees and vote for your favorite.

The Alchemy of Light (d. a dandypunk): A world of perpetual luminous mystery.

The Boundaries of Life and Death (d. Saskia Kretzschmann): Based on an Edgar Allan Poe quote, this animated short explores the connection between life and death.

The Broken Flute (d. Robbie Johnstone): A father mourns his son’s disinterest in following his footsteps playing the recorder.

Crown (d. AG Rojas): A group of kids occupy an abandoned house, and invite middle-aged guests over for some newfashioned recreational drug use.

Grounded (d. Kevin Margo): Hallucinations of a spaceshipwrecked astronaut.

I, Pet Goat II (d. Louis Lefebvre): A strange and controversial collaborative work by various visual artists, animators, musicians, and even dancers.

Logan’s Run (d. Gero Doll): Logan skips through a chaotic, neon world.

Parasite Choi (d. Damien Steck): The only remaining human on Earth stumbles through a lifeless desert.

Sick Leave (d. Jake Fried): Worlds of ink create and uncreate themselves before your eyes.

Solipsist (d. Andrew Huang): A colorful experimental film about connection and separation.

 


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