Worldwide Short Film Festival

WSFF: The Final Weekend

As we head into the final weekend of the 18th annual Worldwide Short Film Festival, Brandon Bastaldo and Jenna Hossack take a look at some of the great programs taking place during the WSFF's stacked final weekend.

Worldwide Short Film Festival Preview

Andrew Parker, James Farrington, Phil Brown, and Jenna Hossack take a look at a bunch of programs in this year's 18th annual CFC Worldwide Short Film Festival. We take a look at comedy, drama, Christmas, love, families, kids films, surrealism, and many other disparate elements that come together to make this festival one of the city's most endearingly eclectic.

Worldwide Short Film Fest Reviews Part II

Identical twins have always played a large part in film fantasies both titillating and frightening. It’s no surprise that this genetic and reproductive anomaly is fascinating, and Scooter Corkle takes advantage of this fascination in his film Chloe and Attie. Identical twin sisters Jacqueline and Joyce Robbins play the title characters. Chloe looks after her […]

Worldwide Short Film Fest Reviews

Short films are (almost) always amazing and inspiring. It is much more challeging to make a short film, as filmmakers have less time to develop a story and therefore must be as minimalist and economical as possible. Here is part one of my reviews of selected shorts from this year’s festival. Have you ever wondered […]