Cards Against Humanity

Welcome to the first-ever Cards Against Humanity Short Film Festival, where you—the viewers—decide which of 10 incredible finalists will win a $100,000 grand prize. From a sea of hundreds of submissions, we’ve handpicked the 10 best short films to tickle your funny bone, break your brain, and stir your soul. And now, after years of slurping up Star Wars pablum and Marvel diarrhea, you finally have something good to watch. So grab your Movie Night Box and get streaming!

Voting is now closed and our winner will be announced in May. While you wait to see who gets that $100,000 prize, stream all of the finalists right here!

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  • Pennies from Heaven

    Sandy Honig

  • The Breakthrough

    Daniel Sinclair

  • The Ref

    Peter & Ian Edlund

  • Noodles Forever

    McKinley Carlin

  • Ex Creta

    Jon Portman

  • Flail

    Ben Gauthier & Allie Levitan

  • Lance (in a Neck Brace)

    Chloé Aktas

  • An Ostrich Told Me the World is Fake and I Think I Believe It

    Lachlan Pendragon

  • Creating Things

    Bryan & Taylor Simpson

  • The F-Word

    Alex & Paul Cannon

Movie Night Box

The all-new Cards Against Humanity Movie Night Box comes with everything you need for the ultimate movie night experience—including a ticket to stream the festival. It’s got:

  • The all-new 30-card Movie Pack about our love-hate relationship with Hollywood and the delicious hog slop they keep feeding us.

  • A bag of microwave butter popcorn with a big shaker of Clam-O-Naise® Seasoning to shake all over that popcorn!

  • Four packets of sweet, tangy Fun Dip.

  • A ticket to stream all the films in the festival.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What's happening?

    Welcome to the first-ever Cards Against Humanity Short Film Festival! Last year, we announced the festival and hundreds of professional filmmakers sent us their most bizarre, hilarious, or otherwise incredible short films. We exhaustively whittled them down to 10 incredible finalists, and asked viewers to pick who should win the $100,000 grand prize and $10,000 second prize. Voting closed on March 31, and the winner will be announced in May.

  • What are the films like?

    They’re mostly funny, some are pretty emotional, and a couple are really weird, but we love them all. Be prepared to laugh, cry, and question the nature of your reality.

  • Are there any famous people?

    You might recognize a couple of faces.

  • Is Jeremy Renner in the movies?

    No, these shorts are certified 100% Renner-free.

  • How do I watch?

    For the complete Movie Night Experience, get the all-new Cards Against Humanity Movie Night Box for $16.99 at Target. It comes with a streaming ticket, the all-new 30-card Movie Pack, a bag of popcorn with a big shaker of Clam-O-Naise® seasoning, and 4 bags of Fun Dip — WOW! lf you live outside the USA or you hate incredible deals, you can buy a standalone streaming ticket for $12.99. Heads up: Voting closed on March 31 (but you’re going to want to watch these films regardless).

  • What is the “Movie Night Experience”?

    It is a feast for all five senses! First, you gather your friends and play a few rounds of Cards Against Humanity with the all-new Movie Pack. Then, you binge the entire Short Film Festival while gorging on Clam-O-Naise® popcorn and Fun Dip like the insatiable hedonists you are. Then maybe you have sex? It’s up to you.

  • What’s “Clam-O-Naise seasoning”?

    It’s the same great Clam-O-Naise® taste you love, now with 100% less mayonnaise. Try this zesty vegan spice mix on popcorn, potato salad, avocado toast, and more!

  • Wait, what’s “Clam-O-Naise”?

    Sorry, we assumed you were a reader of The Washington Post.

  • What’s the Movie Pack?

    It’s an all-new 30-card pack about our love-hate relationship with Hollywood and the delicious hog slop they keep feeding us.

  • So the Movie Night Box is only at Target?

    Yep. Fun fact: Target offers same-day delivery to most places in the US. If you live outside the US, you can buy a standalone streaming ticket.

  • How long is the total runtime of the festival?

    Exactly the right length for a movie night: 105 minutes.

  • Are there closed captions or subtitles?

    Every film has full closed captions available in English.

  • How do I watch on my TV?

    It’s easy! First, load up on your phone, tablet, or laptop. Then, if you’re an Apple user, you can use Airplay to put the video on your smart TV or Apple TV. If you’re an Android user, try Chromecast. If you’re on a Windows PC, try these instructions. If you’re old-school, break out the HDMI cable. If none of this makes sense, ask your grandkids.

  • Any content warnings I should know about?

    “The Breakthrough” has a bit of violence, “Ex Creta” has cartoon poop, and “Noodles Forever” opens on a car hitting a small dog (there’s no blood or gore). That’s pretty much it.

  • How long do I have to watch the movies?

    Your ticket will give you access to watch the films all the way until the end of 2024.

  • Can I watch the movies more than once?

    Yes, you can use your ticket to log in and watch the movies as many times as you want, over and over again.

  • So, why a short film festival?

    Short films are scrappy. They’re laboratories where cool new ideas get tried out for the first time. They’re made on the cheap by small teams of artists instead of committees of committees with billion-dollar marketing budgets. Short films don’t have a natural home on Netflix or HBOGoGoNowMax or whatever, and we wanted to shine a spotlight on up-and-coming filmmakers who are doing interesting work.

  • How do I pick which film should win?

    That’s up to you. Don’t worry, you’re only making or breaking someone’s career as a filmmaker.

  • Are you going to do this every year now?

    Who knows? God willing, we’ll all meet again in CAH Short Film Festival 2: The Search For More Money.