Short Film: “I.R.I.S.” – When AI Attacks

I.R.I.S. is a short film about a near-future artificial intelligence that decides it doesn’t wanna play nice anymore…

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Short Film: Circuit


Here’s a short film called Circuit that perhaps runs with its central idea (an electrician that gets trapped in a looping room) a little too long, but is nonetheless clever…

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PLUG is an interesting and well done short film by art director David Levy, whose credits include Tron Legacy, Prometheus, Ender’s Game, Tomorrow Land, and Avatar 2.

PLUG takes place on a post-apocalyptic Earth, where Leila Dawn (played by Natalie Floyd) is the only human survivor. She was raised by Robots after humanity abandoned the planet when it was destroyed via nuclear warfare. Leila cannot forget her parents nor ignore her desire to find other organic life. She sets out on a hunt with a Military Unit named Marker (Lex Cassar) only to discover the reality she’s been denied — a reality that sparks her ultimate quest.

PLUG is the first installment of Levy’s yet-to-be-produced epic series/feature, which follows Leila on her quest to reunite with humanity and the impossible choices she must make about her allegiances – Human or Robot. I look forward to seeing more.

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During the Second World War, an English paratrooper crash-lands in a forest leaving him wounded. He meets a creature that tries its best to help him. However, the ordeal is just beginning…

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Short Film: Mean Teddies

The ever-vigilant Geek Art Gallery found this cool short film, Mean Teddies, by Tyler Novo.

I assume at this point that you don’t need any mor eincentive to watch it.

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Short Film: Brent Sims’ Grave Shivers

Brent Sims’ Grave Shivers is a short sci-fi/horror anthology that weaves three tales of monsters, killers, and things that go bump in the night. It was a recent award winner at the H.P. Lovecraft Film Festival in Los Angeles and the New Orleans Film Festival.

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Short Film: Flesh Computer

Flesh Computer is a very strange film about the handyman of a decaying apartment building whose cybernetic pet project is put in jeopardy.

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Short Film: Crash Course

As usual, Geek Art Gallery found a cool video — this one a fun one about a driving test in the future.

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The “Blink” episode of Doctor Who is one of my favorites, not only because it was well-written and engaging, but also because the Weeping Angels were truly scary.

Here’s a fan film that captures the essence of their creepiness…

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Short Post-Apocalyptic SciFi Film: Merv

In this post-apocalyptic sci-fi short film of another color (mostly green and orange), a survivor named Merv, who leads a comfortably boring existence, detects an unexpected signal that heralds the coming of a dangerous stranger…

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SHORT FILM: The Escape

A fun short film for a lazy Sunday…

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VIDEO: Portal Gun Duel

Cool, and pretty much what you’d expect. But with more cake.
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Envoy – A Short Film About a Boy and a Robot

From the description: “ENVOY is a science fiction, action adventure, short film to be used as a proof of concept for a larger full-length motion picture. A love-letter to many of the classic action-adventure and science fiction films of the ’80s & ’90s, Envoy is a passion-project created by Director David Weinstein and Visual Effects Supervisor Adam Coggin.”

And a fine job they did, too…

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Short Film: Orbitas

Orbitas is the story of an impossible love that takes place above a warring planet.

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Short Film: Singularity

“An architect with OCD must fight to keep control of his mind after he is implanted with an overprotective AI…”

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SHORT FILM: L3.0

Here’s an excellent short SciFi film that packs an emotional punch.
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Short Film: Interview With a Time Traveler

In this short film by James Cooper…

A time traveler meets with a journalist in a hotel room under the guise of sharing their story for an article, but what the journalist doesn’t know is that the time traveler has an ulterior motive for inviting him that will change his life forever.

A bit overly dramatic in places…and the time traveler seems a little too intent on mimicking Agent Smith from The Matrix, but nonetheless an interesting short film.

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SHORT FILM: Hout

Here’s an interesting animated short about a retired woodcrafter living his remaining days in a snow coated forest, fulfilling his passion: constructing wooden animals. Except, that the ones he creates are living.

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Short Film: Abiogenesis

Here’s an imaginative short film. It’s Abiogenesis by Richard Mans, in which a strange mechanical device lands on a desolate world and uses the planet to undergo a startling transformation, that has profound implications for an entire galaxy.

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SHORT FILM: Time Travel Lover

Time Travel Lover by Bo Mirosseni & Elisha Yaffe is a clever short film that plays fast and loose with the time travel trope to comedic effect.

Warning: NSFW for language.

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