"Zelos"

Watch Brad Leland (Friday Night Lights), Anna Camp (Mad Men), and more flex their acting muscles in indie short films. Film School Shorts is a weekly series showcasing short films from across the country. From compelling dramas to feel-good rom-coms, every episode is Hollywood quality without the three-hour runtime. Make some popcorn and sit back for 30 minutes of fantastic filmmaking.

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Coming Home

Three young women experience difficult homecomings as they grapple with the pain and complexity of growing up: AWOL by Deb Shoval, When We Were Young by Gabrielle Capili, and Bookends by Dominic Villarrubia.

  • 2019-03-27T04:00:00-07:00
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Pet Problems

Three wayward pets wreak havoc on the lives of their owners, neighbors and even distant acquaintances in these short films: Rosie, Oh by Andy Koeger and Apple Xenus, The Execution by Elise Ahrens, and Cupcake Bob by Olivia Accardo.

  • 2019-03-27T04:30:00-07:00
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Stranger Desires

Tom and Myrna are looking for love in all the wrong places in two stories of ill-advised affection: Tom by Michael Smigiel and Mr. Lamb by Jean Pesce.

Uncharted Waters

Whether in rural Japan or Oregon - fitting in isn't easy for two young men struggling to define their manhood without fathers: Stage Two by Laura Gallagher and Born with It by Emmanuel Osei-Kuffour.

Hidden Passions

We all harbor secrets we're afraid to share with the world, but sometimes, you just have to take a leap of faith: Festus by Shawn Snyder and Yeah Kowalski! by Evan Roberts. Clean by Gabriel Wilson.

Border Crossings

Two short films follow families as they travel great distances, both physically and emotionally, to find a new home: We are the Immigrants by Catalina Matamoros Puerto and Sweet, Sweet Country by Dehanza Rogers.

Magical Beasts

From the coast of Ireland to Norway's dense forest to a young girl's imagination - magical beasts lurk in the shadows: Theodora by Mike Makowsky, Vilt Gutt by Dawson Taylor, and Salt by Ugla Hauksdottir.

Bewitched

A young woman in South Africa attempts to befriend her notorious neighbor, awakening unexplored emotions in uNomalanga and the Witch by Palesa Shongwe.