If you follow us over on any of our social media channels, you’ll know that every Friday we pick out short films from across the web that has made a particular impression on us. From animations, to narrative and documentary shorts; it’s always good to check out other creator’s work. With another month coming to a close, we’ve compiled all of our favourite November short films into one handy list! Take a scroll down and get inspired!
Our first pick of November came in the form of Podenco's brilliant animated short, 'BHOY'. Blending 3D rendering with a posterized cartoon style, every frame on display here pops. We won't go too much into the story here, you'll have to watch for yourself. But rest assured, this is definitely one of the more surreal shorts we've seen for some time.
We were truly blown away by Daniel Askill's strange short, which continues our picks for November. The blend of seamless CGI mapping with stunning and clean visuals, as well as a brilliant score, make for an unforgettable watch.
Next up form November was a really unique hand-drawn animation. Tom Kariv's short film uses hand drawn lines and a unique concept to deliver the story of a wandering postman. It's a quiet one, but it more than makes up for it with an art style which mimics the postcard feel, and makes for a memorable watch!
Things are getting deep with our next pick, which posits the question: are we living in a simulation? Using brilliant 3D rendered animations to explore the concept, Eoin Duffy's hypnotic short is as thought-provoking as it is visually stunning.
Finally, we wrap up the month with Remi Weekes' brilliant horror short 'Tickle Monster'. It's probably best to let it speak for itself, so we won't say much. Rest assured that it pulls something surprisingly terrifying from a surreal premise. Maybe don't watch this one alone at night...
So that’s all from November folks! Remember to follow us over on Facebook or Twitter to stay up to date with all of our picks for next month! While you’re here, why not check out some of our own projects?