The first thing you will witness on ³Wholphin No. 8² is James Franco(³Milk²) exploring the outer reaches of his psyche as he trashes a bedroom in a way that makes ³Apocalypse Now² look tame. Also, ³Wholphin No. 8² features Lauren Greenfield¹s award-winning documentary, ³kids + money,² which examines the spending trends and socioeconomics of teenagers living in L.A. Next comes this year¹s Sundance Short Award winner, the touching ³Short Term 12,² 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 ³Love You More.² Later, Creed Bratton (³The Office²) 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 ³My Friends Told Me About You.² And Maria Bamford takes off her clothes, screams, and destroys a bedroom.