Laughter is universal, these shorts from across the globe prove that!
The following shows in this screening block have geographic viewing restrictions and may not be available in your area: Snitches Get Stitches
A group of singing, child-friendly puppets’ world is shaken up when they graduate from letters and numbers and are transferred to an inner-city high school filled with drugs, gangs, and violence.
After their late grandfather leaves Paul and James a box of their old childhood drawings and a bag full of potential titles to create stories from, the brothers are thrust head first into the middle of an adventure made from their own imagination with the mission to save Christmas from the depths of despair. Can they save the festive season? Or is it doomed forever?
Surreal British comedy. A blast from Zipwaz’s past lands him in deep trouble with an unhinged drugs lord. Meanwhile, Brian the fireman feels insecure about his shoes.
One job, one decision, two points of view.
Ian, a junior accountant, is sat in the park when a mysterious man sits next to him and assigns him a top secret mission. Little does he know, he has been mistaken for a top killer and must now try to salvage his lunch break.
Fargate is a story about two women on a mission. One is Kelsey, a single mother to a baby boy, who needs to deal with her overdraft payments at the bank. The other is Maureen, Kelsey's mother, who believes her daughter is about to carry out a bank robbery. Maureen enlists the help of family members to track down Kelsey and the adventure begins.
You are on a sandwich break during a driving lesson. Do you:
a) practice for your driving theory test
b) get embroiled in a bizarre multiple-choice world of fantasy and gore
c) break suddenly and dangerously and sound your horn
d) none of the above...?
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