A Little Memory

12 Kilometers

Written/Directed/Produced by Nancy Wennan Zhang

A story about finding oneself. This four minute erasure animation takes us through a young woman’s life, who in the beginning is facing depression, but upon returning to her childhood home, is uplifted by the memories of her grandmother.

4 minutes

Ding Dong

Written/Directed/Produced by Timothy Troy

Alexis goes to bed, her husband out having a drink with the guys. The doorbell keeps ringing, but each time there’s no one there. Someone, or something, is playing a terrifying game of Ding Dong Ditch…

4 minutes

Escape Pod

Written/Directed by Wesley Jamal Fleming; Produced by Kaleigh Spencer

A young astronaut, Jadi, finds herself in the ruins of a space station after a horrific battle. Her only way to safety is the Escape Pod. An Alien Menace, who’s been slaughtering the last survivors, is the only thing standing between Jadi and her salvation. Jadi will have to make her way though the smoldering remains of her ship and face a monster from another world if she is to survive, but will she make it?

4 minutes


Written/Directed by Greg Kovacs; Produced by Greg Kovacs, Darren Hutchings, Brad McMillan, Nathan Hawkins, & Stephanie Christiaens

In this messed up children’s television show, Anna (the show’s host) and Ellery (her puppet pal) discover different interpretations of the word “fun”.

3 minutes

Lil Bat

Written/Directed/Produced by Justin Gorski

With the deadly threat of white-nose syndrome ravaging the population of hibernating bats in North America, a lone baby bat tries to overcome his sadness. Opening his toy box and finding his favorite teddy bear, the lil bat tries to rediscover his innocence, unaware of the danger still lurking.

3 minutes


Written by Kyle Daly; Directed by Kyle Daly & Taylor J Martin; Produced by Taylor J Martin & Kyle Daly

Hidden in the shadows, monsters lurk just out of sight. We flip on the bedside lamp to cast them away. But if we fear the dark, how do we know they don’t fear the light? What makes our fears more legitimate than their own? In Nightlight the viewer is forced to see another perspective, realizing that what is comforting to us may be terrifying to another.

4 minutes

Nil: No Blood for Coffee

Written by James Turner; Directed by James Turner & Andrew Foerster; Produced by James Turner

The film is a tongue-in-cheek look at the dichotomy between physical and emotional reality through an absurdest flight of fancy. Here the pursuit of a morning coffee turns into a world shattering existential crisis of war and destruction. The seemingly senseless becomes sensible through dream logic.

3 minutes

The Rogue One: A Star Wars Toy Story

Written/Directed/Producer by Raymond Montemayor

This award-winning, 2-minute Star Wars fan film was produced for Lucasfilm’s #GoRogue contest shortly before the theatrical release of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story in December 2016. It takes the premise of Pixar’s Toy Story and places it in a live-action setting with stop-motion animated Star Wars toys to tell a touching story between a father and daughter.

2 minutes

Time To Eat

Written/Directed by Luke Asa Guidici; Produced by Johny Wynn

After being sent to timeout, a mischievous boy’s trip to the basement leads to a monstrous revelation.

I’ve always been fascinated by the blurring of reality and fantasy and I wanted to explore that in Time To Eat. I started with the classic childhood fear of the “creepy basement” and then asked the question, “what if there really was a monster?” Then, I put my twist on it. Even though this is a horror film, it’s important that my protagonists are never victims. I like to empower my characters so they can rise above their struggles. Just like the main character—we’ve all got monsters in our basements we need to overcome.

4 minutes