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Short Film: Ghost Stories (Class Project)


I was skeptical given the “Class Project” description, but I love how this little film is shot and I’ll tell you the truth: although it’s the kids camping in the woods cliché, I thought this was genuinely scary.

Short Film: Ghost Story by Richard Lowenstein


This short telefeature, although I found the ending a bit abrupt, is worth watching just because the setting is really interesting.

Short Film: Ghost Story by Taryn Jones


This student project—a University of Colorado BFA thesis—is a quiet little film with some genuinely unsettling moments. What I liked most about it, though, is that it’s really about coming-of-age rather than haunting.

Short Film: The Ghosts of Père Lachaise


Written and directed by Antoine Colomb and Guillaume Rio this surprising, surreal animated feature is beautifully rendered. If you like any of Pixar’s shorts, then this will appeal to you. Well worth two and a half minutes…and I’m sorry it isn’t longer.

Short Film: Ghost Story by Steven Cameron Ferguson

This just under 12-minute short film was shot on location in Glasgow, Scotland, and was nominated for a Royal Television Society award. Sweet rather than scary, this ghost story is probably the perfect accompaniment to your morning coffee.

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