Little Nemo, or Winsor McCay: The Famous Cartoonist of the N.Y. Herald and His Moving Comics (1911) – Short Film

Winsor McCay, the famous cartoonist of the N.Y. Herald, presents his idea of drawing pictures in a way that will make them move. All he has to do is make four thousand pen drawings, and he will accomplish this in a months time. His creation becomes one of the earliest animated films. The premise is

Frankenstein (1910) – Short Film

The first film adaptation of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein. The short film clocks in at around 12 minutes and focuses more on the psychological angle of the monster's relationship with Frankenstein. The short film cuts a lot out of the story written by Mary Shelley. It also focuses less on the monster and more on Frankenstein,

Ben Hur (1907) – Short Film

The first film adaptation of Lew Wallace's 1880 novel, Ben Hur: A Tale of the Christ. This 15 minute long short film blazes through the story much faster than the more famous 1959 version, starring Charlton Heston. While it lacks the substance required to engage an audience in the 21st Century, it does still show

Coda (2013) – Short Film

An animated exploration of the moments following death. This somber look at life reveals the importance of appreciating our experience while we still can. Alan Holly and his team created a powerful message portrayed through creative artistry. Coda has a simplistic and fluid style that produces a dreamlike sequence of events. ★★★★ Directed by:

The Procedure (2016) – Short Film

A man is attacked in a parking lot rendering him unconscious. He wakes up to find himself in a bizarre situation. Any more description than this will reveal this 4 minute comedy short. **Watch Below** ★★★★ Directed by: Calvin Reeder Cinematography: Jacob Rosen Written by: Calvin Reeder & Abhishek Devalla Edited by: Buzz Pierce