Perspective (2014) – Short Horror Film | Award Winning Best Short Film

Perspective (2014) – Short Horror Film | Award Winning Best Short Film

CINEMATICACTION – [SHORT FILM] A horror (award winning) short film because it’s Halloween! Cause / effect / chicken-and-egg problem. It depends how you look at it. Perspective!

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This short film has won the first prize for best short film in the age group 13-17 at the Short4Dordt Film Festival 2014!

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49 Responses to Perspective (2014) – Short Horror Film | Award Winning Best Short Film

  1. draculol says:

    00:59 smooth dance moves, man

  2. Sky Juajan says:

    Awesome Job

  3. tuyen Tuyen says:

    very good film

  4. Bbb Yyy says:

    It would be really nice if you had not shown the perspective word for the second time. But the subject cleverly i like it.

  5. Larika Slabbert says:

    daaannnggg its lit!!! love the consept

  6. Nicki Lewinsky says:

    M.C kind of looks like the mayors son from Horton hears a who

  7. theatrefilmgirl says:

    great acting and cinematography but lacked story.

  8. Twilightblue7 says:

    LOL Nice.

  9. krnstrong says:

    this is actually nice

  10. lets be mythical says:

    good one but not that scary, you should add eventual entering of ghost or a creepy basement 2 minute story.

  11. AJ Perez says:

    I’m supposed to take Diet Kellin Quin here seriously?

  12. Spiros Koufos says:


  13. A. Ali says:

    Beautiful mind

  14. Renata Lisabeth says:


  15. Vishal sharma says:

    Nice concept great bro, i like your movie….

  16. End unit says:

    Nice editing, what camera did you use?

  17. springy100 andy says:

    *door closes* FUCK THIS SHIT I’M OUT!!! *leaves*

  18. Tori Simpsons says:

    I do not get it.

  19. Carmela M says:

    Good concept. It’s similar to The Others where the situation is viewed from an unexpected POV. And to support the theme further, the scene is also shot from a one-point linear perspective. Could use fewer special effects and more low-key music, but overall, a refreshing take on the genre.

  20. Penny Iki says:

    Się naćpał i jeszcze się dziwicie

  21. noemi2007 says:

    Wow! That was excellent!!!!

  22. Arpan Tribhuwan says:


  23. MrBracey100 says:

    Ha! That was clever!

  24. omanas gaza says:

    what an amazing work it’s simply yet creative and genius it’s a movie material it’s remind me of a horror movie called the others keep up the good work ❤

  25. team c&k !!! says:

    J’ai surkiffe

  26. Just Aguy says:

    i was confused at first,but now i get it and it’s brilliant
    the thought of two parallel universes clashing
    hence why the two couldn’t see themselves

  27. Indra Bhushan Priyadarshi says:

    this was amazing dude !!!!!

  28. Kat cat says:


  29. Hal Emmerich says:

    Original idea. short and to the point!
    Well done

  30. David Fera says:

    This was cool even though I knew what was going to happen with the second part but it was still different

  31. Zecksy Boy03 says:

    This is very clever man I like it

  32. lee-lèh compliments says:

    Oh that was beautiful

  33. Stigma says:

    Simplistic and original. No lme jumpscares. I liked it

  34. Adam Painter says:

    I get it, neither of the guys could see each other so instinctively they thought that each other were ghosts. 3/5

  35. EMA Filmworks says:

    Please take a minute to watch my short movie FATE OF REVENGE. A Father ABANDONS HIS SON to seek revenge on the person who killed his wife! A few minutes of your time will actually make my DREAMS COME TRUE. PLEASE COMMENT & LEAVE FEEDBACK.

  36. wfcpeters77 says:


  37. Rakesh Pal says:

    this is good stuff, u made a SciFi n accurate horror on parallel time lines for same person observing an occurrence.. amazing

  38. lil Yu says:

    wow this is funny how doors just keep on slaming the doors

  39. MONSTA says:

    great concept

  40. kshiti sharma says:

    Really intelligent take

  41. Twenty øne piløts addict says:

    good but the sound effects and glitches were annoying and was all a bit confusing but nice try

  42. Ravi Knight says:

    Excellent… 👣

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  44. Jan K says:

    Creative, original, and upsetting as hell! 12/10

  45. 15 Second Horror Film Challenge says:

    Happy holidays! I’m reaching out to as many filmmakers worldwide as I can find to share with you two digital horror festivals I program; one being not-for-profit & free to enter. 2017 will be our third season of a not-for-profit international filmmaking contest called the 15 Second Horror Film Challenge which, this year’s second season, four dozen judges (three dozen being horror celebrities) decide the Top 20 films. Here’s the finale video which ties everything into a bow. Here’s the YouTube upload, but our expanding community operates on our official Facebook page at catch is filmmakers have 15 seconds to scare everyone.

    The 15 Second Horror Film Challenge is full of perks: our judges provide a selfie of their Top 5 picks, select celebrity judges award three films in a variety of categories, and there is an on-going reaction series where anyone can record their first-time viewing of 15 Second Horror Film Challenge entries— so far there’s several published. Also, another perk is that filmmakers’ social medias are promoted all along the way because our expanding international community thrives on its grassroots. Whether you’re a newcomer exploring the arts or a professional building portfolio, you are welcome to participate in this not-for-profit creative initiative for free!

    The second festival I run launches in 2017 called the Script to Scream Film Festival which, although this one comes with a $20 entry fee for short films, there are many perks from award, reaction video, and one-line review eligibility for all of your promotion purposes, but there’s two unique perks I offer through 15 Second Horror Film Challenge and Script to Scream’s partnership: (1) five Script to Scream entries will be showcased during 15 Second Horror Film Challenge Season 3’s halloween premiere. Season 2’s premiere hit 1.6k views since its Halloween premiere. If your film has festival status which does not permit it to be published online, a trailer will be showcased instead and (2) Script to Scream runs a two-page screenplay contest where one film will be adapted into a short film and also premiere during Season 3’s halloween premiere.Key links are:

    Reach out to me if you have any questions! Hope we can all e-connect and collaborate.

    Andrew J.D. Robinson

  46. Imaginary Winchester says:

    Spot on!!! Very well done 🙂

  47. Alee Javaid says:

    Very good and very different thanks for uploading.

  48. Grinning Jackal Animations says:

    Wow. I could not have expected that. I’ve been browsing short horror films all morning so I can study the technique, and this is definitely the best one so far. You did a spectacular job of both establishing a tense and foreboding atmosphere and conveying a sophisticated and beautifully dark theme. Awesome!

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