Tuesday, January 20, 2009

2009 Sundance Online Short Films

Until January 25th a few Sundance shorts are available for viewing/downloading –free of charge- via iTunes in the USA, UK and Canada. So if you feel like checking them go iTunes. These are the shorts.

Acting for the Camera (Director: Justin Nowell; Screenwriter: Thomas Nowell) — An acting class. Today’s scene: the orgasm from When Harry Met Sally.

Countertransference (Director: Madeleine Olnek) — A comedy about an awkward woman with assertiveness problems who seeks the questionable help of a therapist.

HUG (Director: Khary Jones) — Drew is a musician with a contract ready to sign. When Asa, his friend and manager, realizes Drew is off his meds the across-town drive to sign the contract becomes significantly more complicated.

Field Notes From Dimension X: Oasis (Director: Carson Mell) — Captain Fred T. Rogard muses in isolation on planet Oasis.

From Burger It Came (Director: Dominic Bisignano) — An animated film that recounts early 1980s-era Cold War fears of a young boy in middle America. Using a variety of techniques, the visual narrative is colorfully assembled over semi-documentary audio conversations between a grown adult recounting his fears and his mother’s memory of the time and her own concerns.

I Live In The Woods (Director: Max Winston) — A Woodsman’s fast-paced journey, fueled by happiness, slaughter, and a confrontation with America’s God.

Instead of Abracadabra, Sweden (Director and Screenwriter: Patrik Eklund)­ — Tomas is a little bit too old to still be living with his parents, but his dream of becoming a magician leaves him with no other option.

James, Northern Ireland (Director: Connor Clements) — A young man grapples with the impulses and thoughts about being gay.

Magnetic Movie, UK (Directors: Ruth Jarman and Joe Gerhardt) — Natural magnetic fields are revealed as chaotic ever-changing geometries, as scientists from NASA’s space sciences laboratory excitedly describe their discoveries.

This Way Up, UK (Directors: Adam Foulkes, Alan Smith; Screenwriters: Foulkes, Smith, Christopher O’Reilly) — Laying the dead to rest has never been so much trouble.


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