A great short film directed by Ignacio F. Rodó.
Don’t know if you have seen this short film before. But I guess it will turn into reality now. So it is best to study it hard if you want to survive!
The CineScape film competition required filmmakers to make short films “inspired by and using actual NASA imagery.” NASA and Houston Cinema Arts Society chose the finalists and ultimate winner of this year’s competition with the help of filmmaker Richard Linklater.
You were once on top of the horror scene. The world loved you. You were famous. You were relevant. And now you’re not.
Outfest LA is offering free streaming of 50 documentaries, feature films, and shorts curated from this year’s festival and festivals past. I’ve pulled out six shorts film that have a speculative fiction bent to their queer narratives (1). There is a catch, in that you must sign-up with Outfest online in order to…
An Awesome short film
My students are reading various Mark Twain stories this month, and I wanted to pepper in some short satires that were funny, sardonic and perhaps sarcastic. Got any ideas?
Fun little video.
The six minute heavy CGI film stars Carcettifinger - ahem, Aiden Gillen in which he talks to a young apprentice attempting to terraform a planet about how important water is, and that we most likely received the water on Earth from a comet strike.
The animated short "The Missing Scarf" is about Albert the squirrel is missing his scarf. Simple enough, right? Wrong.
A few weeks ago I was hanging out with a friend of mine and, as is usually the case, the conversation turned to the next short film project we might work on. A mutual friend is putting on a small Science Fiction convention that's an homage to 1970s movies and TV, a follow up to one he held for 1950s B movies a couple…
I don't know what this is - but I like it.
Award winning filmmaker Guillaume Blanchet cooked up this utterly adorable tale of the ever exciting Elastika, who goes on crazy romp through a world of thumbtacks and rubber bands.
Looking for short films again, but this time I'm thinking of something a bit longer. What's a great sci-fi film, about 15-to-30 minutes long, that has a clear message and deep meaning?
I need help finding short films (one to five minutes in length, give or take), that could help kids get their creative gears turning. Any suggestions?
It must be seen to be believed. Yes, watch all of it.
In the short film "The Beast", Lu Yang uses high fashion to recreate Sachiel, the Angel from episode 1. Then she uses traditional fire cupping to recreate Unit-02 in Beast Mode.
This short film will convince you, that angels exist... in short films! This Oscar nominated short film was created by Guy This in the year 2006. It's in Dutch, but has English subtitles. Stay away, if you don't like kitsch!
Pretty good, kinda like a modern Outer Limits episode.
So, does a concious A.I. representing a living person count as a clone, or does it count as a completely new entity that we should respect?
Or should we just regard it as a toaster?