Animated Science Fiction

The Uncanny Valley

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Directed, Produced, Written by Mike Fisher

Directed, Produced, Written by Mike Fisher

“The Uncanny Valley” tells the tale of robot E6 who has fallen in love with Mistress Celina, a beautiful woman from the stars. But when his affection is spurned, E6 resolves to improve himself until she cannot refuse his love!

“It’s important that Earth people realize that beautiful women from outer space that look just like retro-futuristic go-go dancers from the 1960s are probably a reality. I just wanted to show that in my animation,” says lead and only animator Mike Fisher.

12 minutes

Terraformin’

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Directed by Tom Szekely, Daniel Lichter; Written by Tom Szekely, Daniel Lichter

Directed by Tom Szekely, Daniel Lichter; Written by Tom Szekely, Daniel Lichter

A plucky astronaut sets off on a mission to terraform an entire alien planet.

5 minutes

Doctor Puppet: A Timelord Christmas

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Directed by Alisa Stern, Erin Natal; Produced by Alisa Stern; Written by Scott Ampleford

Directed by Alisa Stern, Erin Natal; Produced by Alisa Stern; Written by Scott Ampleford

The Doctor joins his past selves for a stop motion Christmas celebration. This is the second Doctor Puppet Christmas special and first musical.

2 minutes

The Looking Planet

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Directed by Eric Law Anderson; Produced by Anne Uemura; Written by Eric Law Anderson

Directed by Eric Law Anderson; Produced by Anne Uemura; Written by Eric Law Anderson

During the construction of the universe, a young member of the Cosmos Corp of Engineers dreams of doing something more than his menial job of planetary ring construction, so he sets out to break some fundamental laws in the name of self-expression. On his own adventure across space and time, he discovers there is more going on behind the scenes of this new universe than anyone had imagined.

17 minutes

Strange Frame: Love & Sax

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Written by GB Hajim & Shelley Doty; Directed/Produced by GB Hajim

Parker, a saxophonist, leaves a comfortable life to play music in the dangerous Ganymede City. During a riot against slavery, debt slave, Naia, rescues Parker from one of the regime’s thugs. They fall fast in love and form a band. Naia is soon discovered by a talent agent, and Parker is tossed aside. What is every performer’s dream soon turns into a living Hell as Naia is enslaved again, this time by stardom. Parker must risk everything to rescue her.

An animated, sci-fi, lesbian, musical of debt slaves, spaceships, and saxophones.
The amazing cast includes Juliet Landau, Tim Curry, Claudia Black, Ron Glass, Tara Strong, Cree Summer, Alan Tudyk, Claudia Christian, Michael Dorn, and George Takei

Watch the trailer.

98 min

One Small Step

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Written/Directed/Produced by Damien Slevin

On July 24th 1969, man finally reached the Moon as 600 million people watched. They were not the only ones.

4 min

Quantum Quest: A Cassini Space Odyssey

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Written/Produced by Harry kloor; Directed by Harry kloor, Dan St. Piere

Quantum Quest: A Cassini Space Odyssey is CGI, 3D, science fiction, action-adventure film which interweaves animated sequences with actual space imagery captured from seven ongoing NASA/ESA missions. Its family-friendly tale focuses on a photon named Dave and his heroic efforts to save his people, who are caught in a galactic battle between the forces of good and evil. The film takes a unique and entertaining approach to science education by creating characters which embody scientific concepts and discoveries, making the movie fun as well as informative.

The incredible all-star voice cast include Abigail Breslin, Amanda Peet, Brent Spiner, Chris Pine, Hayden Christensen, James Earl Jones, Jason Alexander, Mark Hamill, Neil Armstrong, Robert Picardo, Samuel Jackson, Sandra Oh, William Shatner.

50 min

Tales from the Afternow: Little Rocks

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Written by Sean Kennedy; Directed by David T. Krupicz; Produced by James O'Brien

From an underground bunker a hooded figure lights a candle in the darkness, broadcasting warnings of the inevitable anarchy destined for humanity. He reaches for one of few remaining personal possessions and re-tells the story of his wife, one of the many who have fallen to the widespread plagues and fallout sickness. The man had been employed as a sentry guard for Octamed, a company that treated the infected and sick.

When the darker times came, they switched to processing the weak and dead. As his ailing wife succumbed to illness, he faced his greatest struggle yet: how to remember.

12 min

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Theosaurology

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Writer/Director:/Producer: Alex Austin.

Theosaurology presents the concept that since there are so many things scientists still speculate about with dinosaurs, why couldn’t they be super powerful creatures that performed wondrous acts? We were not there to witness these things, and there has been no fossil evidence to prove otherwise. All told with a sense of arrogance and humor, the narrator leads the viewer through this concept though a book while the dinosaur illustrations come to life and demonstrate their awesomeness. This is a layered satire and action comedy.

5 min

Snapshots

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Writer/Director/Producer: James Mullins.

This is a stop motion short about an average Joe type of alien taking a trip to an asteroid field. While enjoying the scenery of one of the larger asteroids, he mistakenly picks a flower that is much more than a common flower. He is chased off the asteroid with the flower still in his pocket. Things get crazy when he places the flower into a soft drink in order to revive it.

6 min

Cataclysmo

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Writer/Director/Producer: Duong Tran.

65 million years ago, forces of good and evil waged a galactic battle in a struggle for nuclear power. When a nuclear device finds its way to prehistoric earth, a cataclysmic event will change history forever.

7 min

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