Short Films
‘Untitled Post-Baby Project’ is a Transparently Raw Glimpse into Postpartum Motherhood

‘Untitled Post-Baby Project’ is a Transparently Raw Glimpse into Postpartum Motherhood

Sex, grief, farting in bed next to your partner. These are a few things our society may deem worthy of the title “intimate”. But childbirth? Imagine sharing the most vulnerable moments of that experience with the world.
This is the basis of Lorna Street Dopson’s fifteen-minute short film Untitled Post-Baby Project, which was created and directed by Lorna Street Dopson during the pandemic and won the prestigious 2020 Louisiana Film Prize.

Mailer Daemon: A Short Film by John Mudge

Mailer Daemon: A Short Film by John Mudge

How disappointing is it to send a perfect email and immediately receive a “Delivery failed: return to sender” slip of automated disappointment airmailed back to your inbox? Now, find comfort knowing that inside your email, there’s an underappreciated, chain-smoking blue devil-like creature named Todd that has the tedious day job of sending your bounced messages back to you.

Gravity: A Short Film by Scott Sullivan

Gravity: A Short Film by Scott Sullivan

There’s a poetic beauty to having the free will to choose a healthy path for your life, then consciously recommitting to the one most likely to get you killed. This is the conflict facing the undercover DEA agent in Scott R. Sullivan’s new short pilot episode of Gravity, a tense and gritty journey into an underworld where the only way out is often greeting a bullet.

The List: A Short Film by Heliya Alam

The List: A Short Film by Heliya Alam

It’s 2089 and your words have the power to heal, like you could apply a splint to a human’s struggle. What would you say? This is the driving theme in Heliya Alam’s new short film, “The List”, a film that feels all too relevant in 2022 for a narrative set in 2089.

Hedgehog: A Short Drama by Ye’ela Rosenfeld

Hedgehog: A Short Drama by Ye’ela Rosenfeld

Hedgehog is a short film about a young Hispanic caregiver named Hannah, who accidentally discovers that one of her patients, Mr. Holtz, might be a former Nazi criminal hiding under a false identity. Ye’ela Rosenfeld gave us her perspective on the unsettling themes of “Hedgehog”.