The Carp and The Seagull isn't what you might normally call a "film" despite having many of those characteristics. Instead, it blurs the lines between "film," "game," and "experience" by taking your input and morphing itself accordingly.
Made in WebGL by Evan Boehm for The Creators Project, a VICE and Intel collaboration, The Carp and the Seagull tells the story of a Japanese fisherman who comes into contact with a mystical spirit, all in a space where two worlds seem to overlap. I could keep on telling you about it, but it really bears first hand exploration. So go and explore, and see what unfolds in front of you. [The Carp and the Seagull via Short of the Week]