I'd like to start a topic to collect short sci-fi films. While there are enough websites besides the infinity forum that do this, they may be of interest to the infinity community as well. Here are three of my favourites (especially the first)
I love this one:
Bravo ! Love it !
I'm going to love this thread. Thanks for starting it!
What makes it better is that it was directed by Micheal Shanks, who played as Daniel Jackson throughout the Stargate series.
H+ https://www.youtube.com/user/HplusDigitalSeries One to fore minuet clips. Bad me hasn't seen the end yet.
This one is truly special! All locations look amazing, closest we will get right now to those places..
Altough technically not a short film in the traditional sense, the narrative of this next short film is clear: We are the explorers. A beautiful tribute to space flight in cinema, a format which is next to Infinity the closet we have ever gotten to the stars.
By far my most favorite sci-fi short I know of: Keloid
Not a real sci-fi short but a teaser for the game Hardware. I love the art style and the atmosphere of it.
And if someone here is into good anime, Katsuhiro Otomos "Short Peace" is brilliant!
Here is a really good one. No CGI was used to create it, which gives it a nice atmosphere.
this thread just made my day thank you guys!
Star Wars in the style of an anime. Weird watching X-wings and TIE-fighters without hearing John Williams, but electric guitars is cool as well.
This one is a bit like the matrix meets neil blomkamp:
This sci-fi short was just recently released from one of my top 5 favorite digital artists: Andree Wallin.Very high quality!
I like that it actually feels like part of a larger story. It's not just one or two people running around doing random things to justify the SFX; an actual story has happened, and we're dropped in in medias res.
I just found out that the guy that made the Wanderers film also made the film for a music video. While the music is a matter of taste, the images are befitting his work on Wanderers in my opinion. But judge for yourselves!
I really liked that. Especially the music after the 2 minute mark.
All I could think of was Kim Stanley Robinson's Mars series. Red Mars, Blue Mars, green Mars, while watching the terraforming progression in that vid
yeah, lets terraform mars