Category Archive: Now Showing Short Films

Sydney Indie Film Festival Selections –  Now Showing Everywhere: PRETTY BOY






Sydney Indie Film Festival Selections –  Now Showing Everywhere: PRETTY BOY WATCH FUL FILM NOW AT:    https://www.shortoftheweek.com/2017/02/04/pretty-boy/       Short Film:   Pretty Boy (USA) Sean is taken to a motel and is given a prostitute for his 18th birthday by his father. He must sleep with her to “fix” his questionable homosexuality. …

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Sydney Indie Film Festival Selections –  Now Showing Everywhere: SEE ME NOW






Sydney Indie Film Festival Selections –  Now Showing Everywhere: SEE ME NOW WATCH FUL FILM NOW AT: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rVFWDxXSPFA         Short Film: See Me Now (UK/Fiji/India/Nigeria/Australia) See Me Now is a fashion film inspired by the quote – “The darker the skin, the uglier they’re considered”. Upon hearing that, I called upon models …

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Sydney Indie FF Selections – Now Showing Everywhere: Total Awesome Viking Power






Sydney Indie Film Festival Selections –  Now Showing Everywhere: “TOTAL AWESOME VIKING POWER”   WATCH FUL FILM NOW AT: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xSz_IOUkc6g   Short Film: Total Awesome Viking Power (USA) When Viking role player Vidar is sidelined to “the land of the dead” he seeks help of the god Odin, who agrees to teach Vidar the ways …

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Sydney Indie FF Selections – Now Showing Everywhere: Brainless Killers






Sydney Indie Film Festival Selections –  Now Showing Everywhere: BRAINLESS KILLERS WATCH FUL FILM NOW AT: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QZ_ZMT2xtpo     Short Film: Brainless Killers (Australia) Aaron and Andrew are making a routine trip to Zombridge to interview the mayor about a new initiative asking humans to tick Z on their donor cards which would donate the …

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Sydney Indie FF Selections – Online Releases News – Now Showing Everywhere!






Sydney Indie FF Selections – Online Releases News – Now Showing Everywhere! Did you miss a particular session at the Sydney Indie Film Festival of a movie you really wanted to see but your boss didn’t let you leave work early? Or you liked a movie so much that you would love to watch it again? …

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