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NoBudge is a streaming platform for young & emerging filmmakers. We present a new, hand-picked film every day, along with a director interview. Our wide-ranging program is equal parts drama, comedy, and experimental film, as well as animation, documentary, sketch, web series and dance/music video.
Christmas movies on NoBudge. Of course, there’s the requisite family tensions, as seen in “Disforia” and “Clean Blood,” but this isn't light family viewing -- they register almost as horror films. Contrast to those dark visions with a couple of silly L.A. comedies with “Gilbert’s Little Christmas” and “A Seasonal Thing,” stand out with their warm weather settings and anything-goes humor. There’s also a sprinkling of loneliness and melancholy as in “Storms Named After People,” and holiday grumpiness like in the documentary, “The Christmas Light Killer.” Perhaps the most quintessential Christmas films of the group are “The Letter” about an odd letter written to Santa, and “Kim Bush’s Abduction,” a comedy about a missing mom at a Christmas party.