Welcome to Evently

Lorem ipsum proin gravida nibh vel veali quetean sollic lorem quis bibendum nibh vel velit.


Stay Connected & Follow us

Simply enter your keyword and we will help you find what you need.

What are you looking for?



I Was Attacked
Sara Massieu, 2022

No matter who we are or where we are from, we are still not safe, if we have been attacked.
Animation, Gender, Violence

After The After Party
Jess Mountfield, 2022

After a couple of drinks, a girl admits to her best friend that she’s always wanted to know what it feels like to be kissed by a girl.
Animation, Love, Friendship, Sexuality


The Clearing
Daniel Hope, 2021

In a desperate battle with his ballooning ego, Bill struggles to re-woo Deb with his below-par outdoor skills and shocking behaviour, until their camping trip takes a sinister turn.
Comedy, Thriller
Lesley-Anne Rose, 2021 | Type is a stop motion animation about a young woman with chronic allergies that isolate her from the world. In her search for friends, she finds a parasite that can solve all her problems.
Health, Relationships
Your Mountain is Waiting
Hannah Jacobs, 2021 | Martha, a young woman confined by her surroundings, has stopped listening to her intuition and her life is suffering. A strange encounter finally forces Martha to start seeing her world differently.
Animals, Mental Health


Diana Cam Van Nguyen, 2020
This short film is about life after the loss of a loved one. It deals with this difficult topic using both live-action and animated film. Real experiences are combined with reconstructions.
Multi-format, Loss
Karl Poyzer, Joseph Roberts 2020 | High in a sci-fi metropolis a lone spaceship is confronted by a much larger vessel. When the bigger ship asks why they share the same identification number a strange quandary forms.
Slapstick, Sci-fi
The Last Flight
Ander Alencar, 2020
| They say that when you’re about to die, a film plays in your head. Maybe it is the desire to revive the moments we have experienced. Maybe it is the desire to feel a little more of what we lived through.
Shopping Trip
Barry Wilkinson, 2020
Set during an exaggerated lockdown, one man sets off walking to the shops alone in the dark of night. Shopping Trip is a dark and isolated short that examines and accentuates the “new normal.”
Dark, Lockdown, Isolation


Deady Freddy
Alicia Eisen, 2019 | After a long and happy life, Freddy is afforded a chilling encore: he must live his life again through the eyes of every bug he has ever killed. A comedic idea about changing perceptions.
Comedy, Perspective, Thought-provoking
Losing Pace
Naomi Soneye-Thomas, 2019 | A young black man is on a trajectory towards major success, when an encounter with the police jeopardises everything in his life. Losing Pace is a heartbreaking and relevant animation.
Antonio Milo, Fabrizio Fioretti 2019

Playgrounds is a short film that travels back to the early 1990s, lost deep in the suburbs, absent parents allow forgotten kids to escape to other worlds where they can’t be found.
Childhood, Nostalgic
Creepy Pasta Salad
Lauren Orme, 2019
| Elin works in a call centre and is anxious about her health. Trefor is dead and worried about the gas bill. Cari is a lonely Wiccan, preparing for the apocalypse. It’s Halloween, so things get better.
Holiday, Health
Deadman’s Reach
Quentin Vien, 2019 | After falling asleep on the London underground, a man finds himself mysteriously spirited into the desert where he follows an illusive trail of a failed love affair. Featuring hand-drawn scenes.
Love, Relationship
The Curious Child
Howard Vause, 2019
A small child asks a very big question. The travelling carnival folk can’t satisfy her curiosity, but years later, as a wise old woman, she receives an unexpected visitor. Perhaps this is the answer?
Growing Up, Time


My Mother’s Eyes
Jenny Wright, 2018
| Childhood memories are powerful and evocative – personal and impacting. My Mother’s Eyes circulates around the experience of motherhood and loss in the abstracted world of the psyche.
Family, Loss
Fausto Montanari, 2018
| A short about identity and learning to accept yourself for who you are, instead of who you’re not. It recounts the tale of a girl who is judged for being different, but finds out she’s not so weird after all.
Thomas Anglade, Maxime Announ, Lucie Dessertine & Estelle Saint-Jours 2018
Sergio, an old and solitary fisherman, takes out heavy artillery to avenge a pelican that has wronged him. Then a big wave comes.
Friendship, Slapstick
Leave a Print
Christina Nerland, 2018
| A family of arctic foxes learns to cope with the fact that one of them is fading away. A story about learning to live with loss and accepting the memories that we carry with us.
Animals, Loss
Double Portrait
Ian Bruce, 2018
| Double Portrait is a hand-painted animation which portrays the ill-fated relationship between Geraldine Peacock and Bob Gannicott. Created using frame by frame techniques.
Deanna Crisbacher, 2018

When discusses Crisbacher’s experience with mental illness and how it has impacted her perception of the world. Using CGI
as a deeply expressive and communicative medium.
Mental Health
Ben Steer, 2018
| Mamoon follows the story of a mother and her infant child who are forced to leave their home when mysterious, dark shadows envelop the light in which they exist. Will they make it out safely?
Facing It
Sam Gainsborough, 2018
| As a man anxiously awaits a meeting in the local pub, he is forced to explore his relationships, emotions and beliefs in an evening that will leave him changed indefinitely.
Anxiety, Relationships


Britt Raes, 2017

The bittersweet life story of a young girl who grows up to be a crazy old cat lady. The bright and humorous style of the animation contrasts the sadness of the narrative.
Animals, Growing Up
The Sunshine Boy
Naaman Azhar, 2017
| This film is inspired by the real events surrounding the tragic 1999 Columbine high school shooting. It is about a mother discovering the truth about her son’s mental state and what she must do to help.
Mental Health
Being Ernest
Victoria Fistes, 2017
| Ernest is a nine-year-old boy who has been blind since birth. Being Ernest brings to life an interview in which he talks about intangible concepts, such as colours, dreams and memories.
Jennifer Zheng, 2017

Some things can only be understood with maturity. New light is shed on cultural misunderstandings when a Chinese mother and her British-born daughter speak as adults for the first time.
Culture, Identity
Whale Heart
Robert Allen, 2017
| In an isolated whaling community, a man has developed an unnatural way of preparing himself to kill, and now he must initiate his son into their harsh and bloody trade. How will he cope?
Family, Violent
Julie Herdichek Baltzer, 2017
| In 1941, Katja makes a dramatic decision to go against the norm and joins the first all-female night-bombing squad of the Soviet Air Force, in order to protect her country.
Women, History, War
Lynx & Birds
Francesco Mazza & Simone Giampaolo 2017

In a narrative about love triumphing over fear, Lynx & Birds follows the story of two birds in an Attenborough-esque mockumentary that reveals a chink in the food chain. Find out more in this short.
Animals, Documentary, Mockumentary


Life Cycles
Ross Hogg, 2016
| An observational exploration of routine, monotony, attention and distraction. Will we continue to let events pass by us uncontested, or will we decide to break the cycle Find out in this short.
Mental Health
Dann Perry, 2016
| Struggling to escape a desolate forest of his own making, a man is being followed by the creature he is bound to. Quirky and introspective short that explores the self, identity and everyday challenges.
Ollie Magee, 2016

A falling man finds peace in his fate as he learns to let go of emotion, sensation and his physical body. His impact on the city and people below is felt, if only for a brief moment.
Meaning, Peace
No Place Like Home
Cat Bruce, 2016
| Sona enjoys a simple self-sufficient life in her ramshackle countryside home. But now her neighbours are being forced to move, and industrial constructions emerge on the horizon.
Industry, Society
There is Still Life
Thibault Houdon & Maxime Roz 2016
| In a museum, a night guard is doing his watch. A glimpse of light draws us into a remote space. Suddenly, a noise is heard and suddenly starts a series of unsuspected events.
Die Brücke Über Den Fluss – The Bridge over the River
Jadwiga Kowalska-Loosli 2016

A man stands on a bridge, separated from the love of his life. Wanting to be with her one last time, he makes the decision to go and seek her in the hereafter. But will he succeed or not?


Joris Oprins, Marieke Blaauw & Job Roggeveen 2015

A woman who can’t have children steals a little girl’s imaginary friend. While at first this creates a rift, imagination brings everyone together.
Friendship, Growing up, Imagination
Debanjan Nandy, 2015
| An old man living with the memory of his beloved wife as his own shadow, finds himself facing a difficult decision: to live in a mesmerising but unreal dream, or to experience life itself? Dream, Memory
Little Elephant
Kate Jessop, 2015
| Little Elephant is about the estranged relationship between a father and his gay daughter, now a young mother. Both characters reflect upon past memories and lost connections.
Family, LGBTQ+
Seven Seven
Georgina Ferguson & Eduarda Lima 2015

Following the events on 7 July 2005, in which a train was bombed in King’s Cross killing 26 people. The story reflects upon a stranger’s kindness and life after disaster strikes in their lives.
History, Tragedy
Somewhere Down the Line
Julien Regnard, 2015
| A man’s life, loves and losses are shown through the exchanges he has with the passengers in his car. Produced by the Frameworks short film scheme, dedicated to animation.
Robin Tremblay, 2015
| The short is a journey through various worlds across the galaxy – some big, some small, some fast, some slow – each displaying recurring patterns of spheres, circles, and loops.
Sci-fi, Space
Tall Tales Part 2
Jon Turner, 2015

A young girl finds out why she has to be quiet in certain places. Inspired by a parent’s journey with their son and his friend, the animated short depicts why children need to be quiet on trains.


The Bigger Picture
Daisy Jacobs, 2014
| Using seven-foot-tall characters performing on life- size sets, The Bigger Picture tells a stark and darkly humorous tale of caring for an elderly parent and the pressures that are faced.
Social Challenges
The Missing Scarf
Eoin Duffy, 2014
| A black comedy exploring some of life’s most common fears: fear of the unknown, of failure, rejection, unhappiness and finally the fear of death. Narrated by George Takei.
Life, Humanity
The Bigger Picture
Daisy Jacobs, 2014

Using seven-foot-tall characters performing on life- size sets, The Bigger Picture tells a stark and darkly humorous tale of caring for an elderly parent and the pressures that are faced.
Social Challenges
Alan Holly, 2014
| A lost and lifeless soul stumbles drunkenly through the city, where Death finds him and shows him many things. A hand-drawn film voiced by Brian Gleeson and Orla Fitzgerald.
Death, Life
Le Gouffre
Carl Beauchemin, David Forest and Thomas Chretien 2014
| Two travellers undertake the construction of a gigantic bridge in order to cross a gulf blocking their way, inspiring a rural community nearby.
Building, Nature
Stephen McNally, 2014

Blending CG 3D and 2D drawn animation techniques, meanwhile uses fragments of narratives from four characters traversing a city to examine themes of urban insularity.
Mixed / Multi-Media, Urban.
The Shipping Forecast
David Blanche, 2014
| A short animated drama which follows the lives of Tomas and Alis: a retired couple in a small and tranquil British coastal town dealing with the harsh realities of dementia and growing old. Disability, Growing Old, Health
Apocalypse Rhyme
Oliver Harrison, 2014
| A black and white, multi-layered, hyper-kinetic, typographical poem. Using the letters of the word apocalypse, each line explores areas of our lives and experiences eroded by recent events.
Over Dinner
Marcus Armitage, 2014

As a family meet for their last dinner before their son leaves to join the Army, the reality of the situation begins to break in through the four surrounding walls.


Lost Senses
Marcin Wasilewski, 2013
| A stylised encounter in an abstract world: a man on his way to meet a woman finds that one unguarded moment is enough to make him lose his senses.
Kapitän Hu
Basil Vogt, 2013
| After a bad storm Captain Hu finds himself in the Alps. An alpine farmer finds new uses for his nautical equipment. Hu draws the line at that.
Tears of Inge
Alisi Telengut, 2013

A profound human-animal and human-nature relationship is represented by a painted world filled with a camel’s emotions, based on a real Mongolian nomadic story.
Culture, Folklore, Nature
The Scarecrow
Kylie Boon, 2013
| A stop-motion film about a shunned, lonely scarecrow, who wakes up one morning to discover the love of his life over in the next field.
John and Iris
Oscar Lewis, 2013
| A short animation inspired by an interview conducted with an elderly couple – married for 61 years – which briefly reminisces on the moments of their lives together.
Love, Relationship
Iria Lopez, 2013

Jose is a pig who lives alone in a Spanish town. After a new neighbour moves in next door, he begins to come to terms with who he really is.


Oh Willy…
Emma De Swaef and Marc James Roels 2012

Willy returns to the naturist community where he spent his youth to visit his dying mother. In confused sadness, he flees to the forest.
Family, Loss, Nature
Alisi Telengut, 2012
| A story based on the Mongolian burial custom known as “Wind Burial”, where a cart carries a body until it falls and finds its final resting place.
The Event
Julia Pott, 2012
| Tom Chivers’ poem The Event is brought to life in this unique animation, where a world plummets into chaos after an unknown event.
From Dad to Son
Nils Knoblich, 2012

A prisoner receives the message that his old father needs help with ploughing the field. This short animation touches on emotions and relationships.
Family, Relationships
Brave New Old
Adam Wells, 2012
| Brave New Old is about a man who tries to make something honest, but he must overcome many dilemmas first. Directed by Adam Wells.
Seamus Spilsbury, 2012
| Thora rests on a vast mountain top. Her only protection is a lonely beast, Solomon. This short explores friendship and security.
Animals, Friendship
The Hour Glass
Joscha Thelosen, 2012

A tale about death: living alone in a small house in no man’s land, death finds an abandoned baby on his doorstep that will turn his life upside down.


The Monk and the Monkey
Brendan Carroll & Francesco Giroldini 2011
| Ragu is sent by his master on his final quest to become a monk. A seemingly simple task becomes an unexpected challenge.
Challenge, Competition
Linda McCarthy, 2011
| Hinterland is a very short stop-motion animated film with a big environmental message about recycling. Watch this short to learn more. Stop-motion, Environmental
Botanical Nightmare
Tom Lucas, 2011

Scientists discovers organic life on an uncharted planet and investigate the mysterious creature, too excited to realise the deadly potential.
Sara Pocock, 2011
| 7th is about a girl gets off at the wrong bus stop and finds herself alone in unfamiliar surroundings. Will she make it back home safely? Dark
The Cartographer
Jane Shadbolt, 2011
| Directed by Jane Shadbolt, The Cartographer depicts a girl who finds herself in a world of mysterious motives and uncertain geography. Mystery


Dr Knowgood: Lion’s Pride
Arnold Zwanenburg, 2010

A lion has lost his mighty voice. Will it return? Or will he have to adapt to this new way of living? Directed by Arnold Zwanenburg.
The Guest
Henrik Malmgren, 2010
| After having her lonely dinner brutally interrupted, Elsa realises that “Paradise is lost without others.”. The Guest is directed by Henrik Malmgren. Monsters, Loneliness / Isolation
The Light of Life
Daihei Shibata, 2010
| Life is transparent, warm and swirls randomly like a soft light, constantly changing. The Light of Life explores the meaning behind life. Visual Journey, Spiritual


Hasan Everywhere
Andrew Kavanagh, 2009

A brief but passionate friendship between an Israeli writer and a Palestinian artist. Will their relationship change the paths they choose?
Culture, Friendship, Society