10 Independent Film Projects: Short Films, Features, Animation and more!

October 29, 2012 at 9:33 am

10 Independent Film Projects.  Shorts, features, animated and more!

Have you watched a short film today?

PATHS OF HATE

I highly enjoyed this super stylish animated short film by Damian Nenow. I included a CGI breakdown that’s really interesting.

Click here for more.

THE GIFT

The tale of a troubled couple, visited by an ominous bird bearing hope and tragedy.  Directed by Andrew Griffin and featuring Kate Dickie (Prometheus), Davie McKay (My Name is Joe), Gary Lewis (Gangs of New York) & Lorraine Stanley (London To Brighton).

ADUMU

An animated short film by Adam Temple.  I’m a big fan of the animation style.

RED RIDING

An extremely unique take on the classic fairy tale.  Written and directed by Louis J. Parker & Dominique Miranda

“RED RIDING explores the terrifying notion that people may not always be as they seem. It is the story of a young girl who discovers the sinister intentions that lay behind an enticing smile. Using only environment, movements and human expressions, we aimed to create a visually striking piece accompanied by a powerful score from Icelandic composer, Biggi Hilmars.”

ARROWHEAD: SIGNAL

Here’s is a SCI FI short film full of fantastic visual effects directed by Jesse O’Brien.

The team behind this short is currently trying to get a feature film version off the ground.  Click here for more.

SYMBIOSIS

A clever animated short by Mitchell Counsell.

LA FAMEUSE ROUTE (The Notorious Road)

Written and directed by Adolf El Assal, this short was recently turned into a feature film called Les Fameux Gars.  You can check out the trailer here.

 

EVEN MORE PROJECTS:

The Silent City (Short – Animated/Live Action)

A scene adapted from the novel The Corruption of Michael Levitt. (Short – Live Action)

Irish horror feature film The Green Marker Scare. (Feature – Animated)

DO YOU HAVE A PROJECT YOU WOULD LIKE TO PROMOTE?

Email me at jason@17west.ca and be sure to include links to your project/website. (Note: I don’t review submissions)

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