Sci-Fi Tag Archive

Live Action

Wake from the Deep Sleep of Mental Slavery in Marc Grey’s Sci-Fi Short ‘Dreamco’

Marc Grey shares his bleak outlook of the monotonous, indentured servitude world of dream harvesting in short film Dreamco (Yekitza).

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Animation

Liam Murphy Puts the Heart in the Sci-Fi Robot Genre in Impressive CGI Short ‘NO-A’

In Liam Murphy's award winning 'NO-A', a tenacious robot battles merciless enemies to rescue his creator. We invited Murphy to share how a 'quality over quantity'

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Live Action

Facing an Uncertain Future in Winnie Cheung’s Time Travel Short ‘Dear Lucas’

In 'Dear Lucas' director Winnie Cheung has crafted a time travel short in which the characters, not the tech, command our attention. Cheung joins us to discuss how

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Live Action

Not Just a Sci-Fi with Soul, but Sci-Fi About Soul – Stu Willis Introduces us to the World of...

Talking souls and science-fiction with Australian director Stu Willis, as he gives us a glimpse behind-the-scenes of his 'Restoration' miniseries

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Live Action

Ethan Shaftel Imagines the Many Forms of Future Consciousness in Sci-Fi Short ‘Flesh Computer’

Ethan Shaftel talks to DN about his future sci-fi short 'Flesh Computer' in which our computers are much more than lifeless machines and consciousness can be found

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Live Action

War continues despite the fall of humanity in VFX Sci-fi short film ‘Крепость/Fortress’

With a fascinating concept at its core, Russian CG enthusiast Dima Fedotof transports us to a universe where automated systems continue to fight a war which has

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Live Action

Unravelling the Enigmatic Science Fiction Short film ‘Mouse-X’ with Writer/Director Justin Tagg

Listing '1984', 'Dance, Dance, Dance', 'The Matrix', 'Primer' and 'The Third Man' as just some of the works that have influenced its creation, Justin Tagg's joins

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Live Action

Archival footage and VFX combine in the History Channel’s ‘The Great Martian War’

On its 100th anniversary, The Great Martian War tells the story of the catastrophic events and unimaginable horrors of 1913-17, when Humankind was pitted against a

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Live Action

Stripping Science-Fiction Down to its Essentials with ‘Burnt Grass’ Director Ray Wong

Recently selected for Vimeo's curation of Toronto International Film Festival shorts, we speak to director Ray Wong about his science-fiction short film 'Burnt

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Live Action

Val Keller Amps up the Science Experiment Surrealism in Sci-Fi Short ‘After Thought’

Val Keller's short 'After Thought' transports us into a surreal world in which it's possible to receive the bill for your own funeral. Producer Reza Amidi provides

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Live Action

Niles Heckman Explores Cybernetic Love & Loss Under the Shadow of a Space Elevator in Sci-Fi Short ‘Auroras’

Niles Heckman's sci-fi short 'Auroras' tells the tale of cyborg love and separation played out against the grand vista of a 22nd century North Pole space elevator.

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Art & Fashion, Live Action

Crossing Genres Across a Culture of Subtraction in Ramón Ayala’s Fashion Sci-Fi Short ‘People Like Us’

Ramón Ayala discusses how his fashion film commission 'People Like Us' transformed beyond the genre into a sci-fi tinged improvised meditation on enduring love,

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