NoBudge A - Z | Best of "C"

NoBudge A - Z | Best of "C"

A list of some of our favorite short films over the last several years that begin with the letter C.
Part of our series NoBudge A-Z.

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NoBudge A - Z | Best of "C"
  • Company

    A woman invites an old acquaintance to live with her after a devastating loss. Director Doron Max Hagay, fresh off his induction into the NoBudge Hall of Fame, is in Hall of Fame form with “Company,” his latest collaboration with Blair Beeken and Katy Fullan. In it, Dana, an L.A. woman reeling fr...

  • Cornholios

    Three devoted Cornholio enthusiasts struggle to make ends meet in New York. Presented as a direct cinema black and white documentary by the Maysles' Brothers, “Cornholios” (actually directed by Jess Lane), is an inspired low-art gag about being obsessed with a character from “Beavis and Butthead”...

  • Cochran

    Jim Cochran hates his job, he wishes he could just shoot clay pigeons all day.

    Directed by James P. Gannon.

  • Craigslist Roommate

    A new roommate moves into Xena's apartment, changing the dynamic with their current partner. Arielle Bordow directs and co-stars in “Craigslist Roommate,” a free-spirited 16mm snapshot of fluid relationships and shared living. When the wandering Addie moves to Madison, Wisconsin, she responds to ...

  • Catherine

    A woman momentarily evades her discontent by adopting a stranger's identity. A stunning slow burn character portrait built around a masterful performance and sumptuous Super 16mm images. Directed by Jake Kolton. Written by Audrey Findlay, Jake Kolton. Starring Mascha Mareen.

  • Cheer Up Baby

    In New York City, a young woman reckons with being sexually assaulted by a stranger on the train. This powerful drama moves in small waves, accumulating resonance with each exchange. Written, Directed by Adinah Dancyger. Starring India Salvor Menuez.

  • Chandler

    Feeling ignored on an important day, a 12-year-old girl seeks attention from an unexpected source. Written and directed by Julia Kennelly, “Chandler,” is a tender yet frank coming-of-age drama about the awkwardness and swirling expectations of young girlhood. At gymnastics practice one day, Chand...

  • Cinema Brut

    Setting out to “make a movie” on the streets of NYC, a man recruits strangers to act alongside him in “movie scenes.” Using a hidden camera prank show format, “Cinema Brut” is notable for capturing the strange ways people respond when asked to perform, and for the highly committed performance by ...