Cats Getting High And 5 Other Short Films From Sundance—Watch Them Here!
The Sundance Film Festival kicks off at the end of the month, but fear not dear readers, there’s no need to go all the way to the frozen tundra of Utah to watch a few good movies—we have some here for you now.
There are 6 short films that will show at the indie-tinged festival in a couple weeks, but people savvy enough to have an internet connection can watch them now. ‘Catnip: Egress Into Oblivion’ is an adorable parody about corruption and kitty drug addicts. It’s directed by Jason Willis. There’s also a new animated film from artist Julia Pott, a clip highlighting the work of Icelandic band Sigur Rós, and a documentary that captures reindeer herding in Finland.
‘The Event’, an experimental animated short from Julia Pott:
Jump in to watch the others.
‘The Roper’ from director Ewan McNicol:
‘Until The Quiet Comes’ by director Kahlil Joseph:
‘Reindeer Wrangling’ directed by Eva Webber:
‘Seraph’ a film about Sigur Rós, directed by Dash Shaw: