Category Archives: Film

The Beginning & End of Humanity

A short fiction story about a man who finds himself at the beginning and end of everything. This story is entirely fictional. The concept of artificial intelligence, mind uploading, and a future “singularity” is immensely complex, uncertain, and could go … Continue reading

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Future Boyfriend | Sci-Fi Short Film | Omeleto

Stuart is out on an awkward date with Kaylie, and he’s acting weird. He’s way too solicitous and very nervous. Kaylie reassures him she’s okay, and that’s when Stuart drops a bomb: he’s from the future, and he’s trying to … Continue reading

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One-Minute Time Machine | Sploid Short Film Festival · Official Selection

Sploid Published on 8 Jul 2015 Every time the beautiful Regina rejects his advances, James pushes a red button and tries again, all the while unaware of the reality and consequences of his actions. Directed by Devon Avery. Selected for … Continue reading

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5 Questions To Ask Before You Time Travel – Original

Jeremy Eisener Published on 14 Jun 2015 Topher Hansson and Kimberly Mae Waller star in this short film about a stagnant 20 something who is given the chance to time travel. Will he find the motivation to change his past? … Continue reading

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Sci-Fi Short Film “The Lie Game” presented by DUST

“The Lie Game” by Jyothi Kalyan Sura A desperate computer scientist struggling to fund her anti-depression AI application faces her toughest challenge yet. After losing her boyfriend to depression, a computer scientist creates and anti-depression AI application and looks for … Continue reading

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How Actors Train Their Voices For Animated Movies | Movies Insider

In anticipation of “LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part,” we talked to voice acting coaches Joan Baker and Rudy Gaskins about some of the ways Hollywood actors train their voices for animated movies. The “LEGO Movie” sequel has even more … Continue reading

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The Man Who Was Godzilla

Haruo Nakajima is perhaps Japan’s most famous actor, but you wouldn’t necessarily recognize his face. That’s because from 1954 to 1972, he was the man inside the Godzilla costume for 12 consecutive films. At 87 years old, many now consider … Continue reading

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Sci-Fi Short Film “The New Politics” | Presented by DUST

“The New Politics” by Joshua Wong Make Games, Not War It is the year 2056, and the two major political superpowers are on the brink of war with one another. In order to settle their major disputes they choose to … Continue reading

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The Magic of Making Sound

In Hollywood, everything is magic and make-believe, even sounds. When you watch a film that immerses you completely in its world, you’re probably hearing the work of sound artists. If the work is done right, you won’t be able to … Continue reading

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A young Bosnian refugee family ends up in a small village in the Netherlands after getting a residence permit in 1994. Absurd situations arise as they are trying to make this new world their home.

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