Young journalist Thea Hartley travels to Singapore to investigate the mysterious death of her sister and discovers a string of bizarre killings involving a cursed email.
A frenetic floating head with arms gleefully answers a familiar junk email in this not-so-cautionary tale.
Athens in August becomes the place where a group of young people live, fall in love and have fun - guided by, and communicating through, the Internet.
Sebastian, the creative head of an advertising agency, has just finished a long night and wants to delight his lover with an intimate e-mail. So takes a photo of his best 'piece'. But with a wrong mouse-click posts it to his whole company, with no way to stop it! So do his colleagues also believe that size matters?
Book superstore magnate, Joe Fox and independent book shop owner, Kathleen Kelly fall in love in the anonymity of the Internet—both blissfully unaware that he's trying to put her out of business.
The director's father, who did not know how to use a computer, left her an autobiography via email. It includes his whole life through many notable events such as the Korean War, the Vietnam War, 88's Seoul Olympic, New Town Development, etc.
A humorous and inspiring adventure about an ordinary middle school student who strikes up an online friendship with someone bearing the screen name Average Joe, only to discover that he's been corresponding with and giving political advice to the President of the United States.
A short drama directed by Joseph Neulight.
Strong Bad, the opinionated advice columnist and one of the stars of the popular Internet cartoon series Homestar Runner, answers email inquiries with a hilarious combination of sarcasm and biting wit. This collection of shorts features Strong Bad's best moments and all his well-known catchphrases. The set also includes several unreleased shorts, karaoke videos and behind-the-scenes footage of creators Mike and Matt Chapman in action.
Ram Chandra is a Tamilian who lives in a shanty hut in Bombay's Dharavi, along with his mom and a younger sister. He dream is to attend school, which he does so, after his sister is loaned out to a beggar to collect alms, but she is unable to withstand hunger for long and passes away. Ram leaves home and subsequently works hard, studies, becomes rich and constructs several colleges to accommodate needy students. One such student he accommodates is a new arrival from Allahabad, Raja, and he arranges his admission in Ram Chandra College for Business Management along with full board and shelter. He also helps Raja sort out his personal problems, including his romance with a young woman he met at the Cyber Café and then at Bandra Railway Station. While Ram Chandra is busy arranging his daughter's marriage with Rajesh Gupta, the only son of a multi-millionaire and educationist, he is quite unaware that the object of Raja's affections is none other than Roja, his very own daughter.
Trecartin describes (Tommy-Chat Just E-mailed Me.) as a "narrative video short that takes place inside and outside of an e-mail." Trecartin's intense visualization of electronic communication is inhabited by a cast of stylized characters: Pam, a lesbian librarian with a screaming baby in an ultra-modern hotel room; Tammy and Beth, who live in an apartment filled with installation art; and Tommy, who is seen in a secluded lake house in the woods. Pam, Tommy and Tammy are all played by Trecartin, who, wearing his signature make-up, jumps back and forth between male and female roles. Totally self-absorbed and equipped with vestigial attention spans, the characters are constantly communicating with one another on the phone or online.