One of the short films I saw was "Bunny." It was about a bunny named Benny, and it might have been entitled "Differential Pet Care Strategies Among Social Classes in Philadelphia."
The bunny belongs to a boy of about eight (John Barbieri). It is small and brown. The boy takes Benny on walks, where he meets a vicious blond fellow his age. The blond boy steals Benny!
The plot continues, but that’s not what concerns me. What I remember, obsessively, is the small, pretty rabbit, and the (perhaps nameless?) boy-owner. The boy has olive skin, and almost exactly resembles the rabbit. "Bunny" is a visual pun. I’m not sure why people make movies, but maybe it’s to match a perfect boy with a perfect bunny.
The director (and co-writer) of this 12-minute film was Robert Snow, who graduated from Columbia University’s School of the Arts last year.