Wholphin No. 13 includes Jordan Vogt-Roberts’s Sundance hit featuring Lizzy Caplan and T.J. Miller as a very inebriated couple, David Michôd’s story of a troubled teenager with a crossbow, animated visions of our galactic future from the mind of Dash Shaw, the award-winning “History of Aviation,” an artist trying to explain his work to his father, the poignant tale of a man sans arms, the boy who killed God, bat caves, and much more.
- Successful Alcoholics by Jordan Vogt-Roberts
- ‘N Me For Myself by Giorgis Grigorakis
- Arsy-Versy by Miro Remo
- Crossbow by David Michôd
- The History of Aviation by Bálint Kenyeres
- Mosquito by Jeremy Engle
- The Unclothed Man in the 35th Century A.D. by Dash Shaw
- Delemeier Builds a Machine by Landon Zakheim
- We Are the Faithful by Michael Koch
- How to Explain It to My Parents (Arno Coenen) by Lernert & Sander
Wholphin was a quarterly DVD magazine running 15 issues containing a selection of short films which had little or no exposure elsewhere. The magazine was created by Dave Eggers and Brent Hoff of McSweeney’s publishing house. It was named after the marine animal of the same name, a rare hybrid of a false killer whale and a dolphin, which highlights its unusual nature.
DVD Video with booklet in sealed case