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1. ‘Further’ by Kai Chang

Little by little, hurting each other leads to an irrevocable tragedy, and this is just a start of the cycle.

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2. ‘Blue Honey’ by Daphné Durocher, Constance Joliff, and Fanny Lhotellier

A small bee, allergic to pollen, discovers an extraordinary product that will dramatically impact the life of the hive.

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3. ‘Mrs. Metro’ by Aggelos Papantoniou

Nobody likes a crying baby on board a train, least of all the lady who makes the announcements.

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4. ‘Métronome’ by Anna Leterq

Immersed in the cacophonous routine of work, a man manages to escape by composing his music everyday.

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5. ‘Wildfire,’ A Student Film From Gobelins

Ena, a passionate firefighter and wife, is very involved in her profession. Her fascination with fire reveals itself as it impacts her family life.

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6. ‘Bodily Dysfunctions’ by Aisha Madu

A humorous collection of sketches around the theme of physical discomfort, with people who find themselves in painful, awkward or plain absurd situations.

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7. ‘Eloïse, Little Dreamer’ by Myriam Obin

Police brutality seen through the eyes of a child.

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8. ‘Accidents, Blunders and Calamities’ by James Cunningham

A father possum reads his kids a story that’s an alphabet of the most dangerous animal of all—HUMANS!

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9. ‘Automne,’ A Student Short From France

In the season's workshop, Autum, using his tools, has to install his season on the planet.

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10. ‘Lucy and The Limbs’ by Edlyn Capulong

Lucy, who lived in the pines, was once bored out of her mind, but what she would discover was a thing like no other: an unexpected friend she would find.

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11. ‘The Present’ by Jacob Frey

Jake would rather spend his time playing videogames indoors until his mum decides to give him a present.

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12. ‘Whoosh’ by Julien Grande

A fisherman in a storm has a strange encounter.

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13. ‘Ed’ by Taha Neyestani

Our Pick of the Day is the winner of this year's Annie Award for best student film.

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14. ‘Zdravstvuite!’ by Yoko Yuki

On a summer day an strange man who teaches Russian at the beach took me to a town.

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15. ‘L’Hydre d’Or’ by Max Litvinov

A student film by Max Litvinov made with gouache and markers.

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16. Maxwell Atoms Reveals Lost Student Film That Inspired ‘Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy’

Watch the humble beginnings of the vintage Cartoon Network series.

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17. ‘Beauty’ by Alice Lemma

Graduation film made by Alice Lemma at Sheridan College.

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18. ‘3/4 Oz.’ by Romain Peyronnet and Pierre Grillère

In a plastic world, a man wants to fix his stomach, but perhaps the problem lies elsewhere.

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19. ‘Gerascophobia’ by Shuangshuang Hao

A boy fears for growing up and aging, and does odd things to avoid growing up.

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20. ‘After the End’ by Sam Southward — Exclusive Premiere

The only thing worse than being the last man on Earth is being the second-to-last man on Earth.

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21. ‘A Morning Without Coffee’ by Jelle van Meerendonk

The coffee is gone. Hot air is blazing over the desert. Look beyond. The horizon rubbers.

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22. ‘Domestic Appliances’ by Lewis Firth Bolton

A short film about people with unusual living arrangements.

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23. ‘Spada, Bandit of Honor’ by Pauline Nicoli

An old man tells the story of his childhood in Corsica, and how his father crossed paths with Andre Spada, a notorious bandit in the 30s, when he arrested him.

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24. ‘Mind the Cat’ by Elena Schönfeld and Martine Ulmer

In a world inhabited by strange creatures, a cat endeavors to find her place within it.

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25. ‘Meanwhile’ by Stephen McNally

"Meanwhile" follows four characters traversing a city, each lost in their own separate worlds, trapped in their memories, regrets and frustrations.

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