All the World's a Stage

An animated adaptation of the famous Shakespeare poem "All The World's A Stage" narrated by the renowned Shakespeare actor and director Samuel West (Royal Shakespeare Company). Directed by Hannes Rall.


Au Revoir Balthazaar

A scarecrow, a storm, a broken leg. The resonant sound of a seashell. Leaving forever. Directed by Rafael Sommerhalder.

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A fantasy short film with a critical point of view about the horrible situation in Syria. Directed by Abtin Mozafari.



A noir animated short-film, which explores the sensitive subject of alienation in society. Directed by Marco Jemolo.

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There's Something Growing

A tiny creature emerges from the kitchen sink only to encounter all the perils, thrills and beauty of the ever changing biosphere. Video by Liam Porter, Music by Willy Porter.

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Garden Party

A luxurious villa and its grounds have become home to amorous, hungry and accident-prone frogs and toads. While they enjoy the bounties on offer, including caviar and macaroons, the amphibians uncover the whereabouts of the villa's owner. Directed by Victor Caire and Gabriel Grapperon.



Clay and sand animation short on a train ride in a foreign country. Directed by Lily Greene.


Stop Gap in Motion

Photographs of performers in a disabled and non-disabled dance company come to life. The individual artists dance out of the photos and across table tops until the whole company meet and perform in unison. Completed in 2016, this is a promotional film for Stopgap Dance Company. Directed by Stephen Featherstone.

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The Same Prison Bars

Two people in prison, one just the cell over from the other. One looks at the world with disdain, the other pure joy. Directed by Joseph Garcia-Menocal.



It has been years since the people of this town forgot the alphabets of life.They have no sight, hearing or speech left... but the words are impatiently waiting to be sung again. Directed by Kianoush Abedi.