The first thing you will witness on Wholphin No. 8 is James Franco(Milk) exploring the outer reaches of his psyche as he trashes a bedroom in a way that makes Apocalypse Now look tame. Also, Wholphin No. 8 features Lauren Greenfield¹s award-winning documentary, kids + money, which examines the spending trends and socioeconomics of teenagers living in L.A. Next comes this year¹s Sundance Short Award winner, the touching Short Term 12, followed by a collaboration between playwright Patrick Marber and British artist Sam Taylor-Wood that follows two British teens falling for each other over their mutual appreciation of the Buzzcocks Love You More. Later, Creed Bratton (The Office) accuses you of crimes against his cat and trashes a bedroom with a hammer. Then, Carlos D from Interpol makes short filmmaking look like the new indie rock in My Friends Told Me About You. And Maria Bamford takes off her clothes, screams, and destroys a bedroom. PLUS, Easter Egg menu options and a 40-page magazine of interviews with the filmmakers.