Barry tries to sweet-talk his ex into helping him carry his grandmother’s chopped-up corpse to the landfill.
WEBWURLD is an accompanying online video for WHOL WHY WURLD, a five-screen video installation from Jess Johnson and Simon Ward. Through symbolism, it depicts the digital world behind the screen that simultaneously is and is not our own. Jess has commented elsewhere that for an alternative reality, such as this, it is better not to work with language as we know it.
Taking inspiration from paintings by Giorgio de Chirico and Yves Tanguy, this short captures the scientific and artistic exploration of a dream figure.
There’s a clear double-standard for newborns and adults when it comes to tantrums. This PSA will show you how to finally start drawing attention to yourself and ruining family dinner once again.
Plague Roach (from the, until now, animated series “Staying Positive in the Apocalypse“) is a survivalist searching for human interaction in a world overcome by robots. In this episode, he finds a can of Pasta Quackies, a bottle of absinthe, and a walkie-talkie that repeats GPS coordinates.
A romantic night in is interrupted by a visit from an old friend bearing a gift.
CONTENT WARNING: This short contains strong language and adult situations.