Science Fiction

EVE

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Directed by Gandois Eric; Produced by Nathanael la Combe; Written by Gandois Eric

Directed by Gandois Eric; Produced by Nathanael la Combe; Written by Gandois Eric

The last moments of humanity on earth before nature resumes its duties.

6 minutes

Into the Dark

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Directed by Lukas Hassel; Produced by Lukas Hassel, Henry B. Lee; Written by Lukas Hassel

Directed by Lukas Hassel; Produced by Lukas Hassel, Henry B. Lee; Written by Lukas Hassel

Two men, strapped in back to back, on a journey from the Moon to Earth.

14 minutes

ON/OFF

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Directed by Thierry Lorenzi; Produced by Julien Renaud, Thierry Lorenzi; Written by Thierry Lorenzi

Writer/Director/Producer: Thierry Lorenzi; Producer: Julien Renaud

Obsessed by a mysterious voice message, astronaut Meredith will face its paradoxical condition in order to stay connected to his humanity.

13 minutes

Kepler X-47

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Directed by Erin Li; Produced by Kaz Kipp, Gregory Chou; Written by Erin Li, Allison Lee

Directed by Erin Li; Produced by Kaz Kipp, Gregory Chou; Written by Erin Li, Allison Lee

A woman volunteers to live in a human zoo exhibit on an alien planet but soon realizes that life is not what she expected.

11 minutes

Last Round

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Directed by Blake Brewer; Produced by Blake Brewer, Hannah Stoddard; Written by Blake Brewer, Hannah Stoddard

Directed by Blake Brewer; Produced by Blake Brewer, Hannah Stoddard; Written by Blake Brewer, Hannah Stoddard

Six months after the invasion, Meredith and Hayley take shelter in a cluttered junkyard, but their tranquility is interrupted when a fleeing man discovers their location and begs for help.

12 minutes

Songs From The Outside

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Directed by Michael Van Ostade, Andrew Van Ostade; Produced by Emanuel van der Jeugd, Jasper Moeyaert; Written by Michael Van Ostade, Andrew Van Ostade

Directed by Michael Van Ostade, Andrew Van Ostade; Produced by Emanuel van der Jeugd, Jasper Moeyaert; Written by Michael Van Ostade, Andrew Van Ostade

A mysterious sphere crash-lands in the garden of a financially troubled entrepreneur, who soon finds that the object sings a most beautiful yet haunting melody.

28 minutes

Sovereignty for the Shoemaker

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Directed by Elizabeth Fletcher; Produced by Randy Lee; Written by Elizabeth Fletche

Directed by Elizabeth Fletcher; Produced by Randy Lee; Written by Elizabeth Fletcher

In a dystopian future, a shoemaker, grieving the death of his son, is under suspicion for making a pair of shoes outside the government uniform.

7 minutes

Star Drunk

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Directed by Chris R. Wilson, Zacharia Persson; Written by Chris R. Wilson, Zacharia Persson, Jacqueline Gault, Josh Persson, Roman Battan, Tim Feeney

Directed by Chris R. Wilson, Zacharia Persson; Written by Chris R. Wilson, Zacharia Persson, Jacqueline Gault, Josh Persson, Roman Battan, Tim Feeney

What happens when a Captain and his crew take the star ship out for a joyride while drunk?

6 minutes

Tea Time

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Directed by J. Derek Howard; Produced by J. Derek Howard; Written by J. Derek Howard

Directed by J. Derek Howard; Produced by J. Derek Howard; Written by J. Derek Howard

Elizabeth lives in a proper and strict world where inventors are held in high regard, but only ones that fit in. Her Aunt Judith has a new potential suitor for her—a man Elizabeth is familiar with.

9 minutes

Bunker

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Directed by Ned Ehrbar; Produced by Coco Quinn, Ryan Patrick McGuffey; Written by Ned Ehrbar

Directed by Ned Ehrbar; Produced by Coco Quinn, Ryan Patrick McGuffey; Written by Ned Ehrbar

Boy meets girl in a fortified bunker, and he can’t stop himself from flirting despite the threat of evil killer robots outside.

12 minutes

Ghost Light

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Directed by PJ Germain; Produced by Ahmed Best; Written by Benjamin Sandlin

Directed by PJ Germain; Produced by Ahmed Best; Written by Benjamin Sandlin

After a breakdown on a deserted stretch of Old Route 66, Harvey Reynolds’ travel plans are halted as his delinquent son Brandon takes off on foot into the darkness. Determined to get Brandon to his destination and wash his hands clean of him forever, Harvey follows Brandon to an old, rundown 24 hour diner, where things aren’t as they seem. Unbeknownst to Harvey and his son, a malevolent force is lurking in the shadows, waiting for the moment to strike and separate father and son once and for all.

20 minutes

Curio Shop : A Post Apocalyptic Acid Western

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Directed by Eric S. Anderson; Produced & Written by Zoe Taylor

Directed by Eric S. Anderson; Produced & Written by Zoe Taylor

Everything and everyone in this world is broken–even time. What starts as a rather whimsical and Mad Hatter-esque story about a watchmaker who has no concept of time, slowly grows darker and more disturbing with each scene, descending through the looking glass to a place where characters transform and harden.

Oliver and John are two lonely survivors in a decayed frontier, drawn inexorably together by a web of shattering family secrets. When the watchmaker fashions a bizarre weapon for John, it opens a surrealistic Pandora’s Box, engulfing everyone in a fever dream with no clear exit.

Robert Scott Crane and Christopher Sweeney star in this hallucinogenic fable by EMMY winning Director Eric S. Anderson, Academy Award winning DP David Stump A.S.C., and writer Zoe Taylor.

18 minutes

Recursion

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Directed by Sam Buntrock; Produced by Stanton Nash, Antonio Marion, Sam Buntrock; Written by Stanton Nash

Directed by Sam Buntrock; Produced by Stanton Nash, Antonio Marion, Sam Buntrock; Written by Stanton Nash

On the way to his best friend’s wedding ceremony, Sherwin, a young scientist, loses the most important item of the day: the bride’s ring. After retracing his steps, and searching to no avail, he decides to ‘slip’ back through time via a modified elevator in his apartment building. Now existing 90 minutes earlier, Sherwin steals the ring from his previous self and attempts to deliver it safely to the wedding venue without his past self noticing. This game of hide-and-seek unfolds across New York City as over and over he fails to reach the ceremony before his original self. And, each time he jumps back in time, he creates another version of himself he must now hide from. Finally, after foregoing trains and taxis, he sprints across the East River and barely makes it in time. Sherwin leaves the ring in a bathroom where he knows his past self visits. But, as his previous self picks up the ring, Sherwin and the ring cease to exist, and an infinite loop paradox begins. Without the ring, the past version of Sherwin retraces his steps, searches to no avail, and decides to ‘slip’ back through his time machine. And this continues. Over and over and over. For each time Sherwin delivers the ring to his past self, he negates the very reason he time traveled in the first place. With no way out, Sherwin breaks the cardinal rule of time travel and confronts his past self face-to-face.

22 minutes

REM

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Directed by Joseba Alfaro; Produced by Joseba Alfaro; Written by Joseba Alfaro

Directed by Joseba Alfaro; Produced by Joseba Alfaro; Written by Joseba Alfaro

Have you ever shared a dream with someone else? That is Lay’s story, a young man with a nondescript daily life, whose only purpose is to sleep to meet the woman he loves. His whole world changes when she comes in to the real world to rescue him. But… from whom?

17 minutes

REM: Trailer from Joseba Alfaro on Vimeo.

Roadside

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Directed by Tim Wildgoose; Produced by Tim Wildgoose; Written by Tim Wildgoose

Directed by Tim Wildgoose; Produced by Tim Wildgoose; Written by Tim Wildgoose

Twenty years after ‘The Visitation’, when vast swathes of the planet were transformed into the inhospitable and deadly ‘Zones’, mankind struggles with its newfound place in the universe. Over time, the high walls are built to contain the swirling anomalies within, and entry into the zone is strictly forbidden to all. Cal Rainer is a black market courier. Working on behalf of his mysterious client, he trades and collects the alien artifacts smuggled illegally from deep within the zones. Cal is on his way to meet ‘Valentine’, the notoriously ruthless black market dealer in alien artifacts. Something about this meeting is not quite right, and the repercussions will start Cal on a fantastic journey…

9 minutes

Sentient

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Directed by Abel Vang, Burlee Vang; Produced by Steven Yang, Zong Khang Yang, Ae Yang; Written by Abel Vang, Burlee Vang

Directed by Abel Vang, Burlee Vang; Produced by Steven Yang, Zong Khang Yang, Ae Yang; Written by Abel Vang, Burlee Vang

After surviving an ambush, an American soldier is taken hostage by a ragtag group of Afghan insurgents. But as his captors interrogate him, they quickly discover the terrifying truth that he is not who he appears to be.

19 minutes

Tilt

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Directed by Ricky Hess; Produced by Debbie Hess; Written by Al Hess

Directed by Ricky Hess; Produced by Debbie Hess; Written by Al Hess

Skinny, a cute android, and her owner, Merle, wired a motel room to catch a high profile senator with a hooker for extortion but instead of the senator, the room is occupied by a well-known computer hacker, Saul Kaplan. Merle decides he is a better catch than the senator.

17 minutes

Shift

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Directed by James Croke; Produced by Jessica Cribb; Written by James Croke

Directed by James Croke; Produced by Jessica Cribb; Written by James Croke

Adam’s reputation is ruined. Worse still, the funding he requires for his experiments has been withdrawn. He is a legitimate genius, but it is his determination to move from theory into practice that has lead to his undoing.

Adam’s initial experiments failed and the subsequent controversy lead to the withdrawal of all support for his “unorthodox” methods. Undeterred, Adam resolves to prove his critics wrong and “reclaim” his funding by robbing a high security bank. Whatever his experiment, it seems it will play a part in the heist. In a risky step Adam begins to experiment on himself. He has been injured in the past, suffering a horrible burn to his arm, but he presses on. After initial success, he begins to experiment in full. Under cover of darkness, Adam tests the device. When triggered it makes Adam flicker in and out of existence—”shifting.” He disappears and reappears some distance away.

10 minutes

Anamnesis

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Directed & Written by Benjamin Goodger; Produced by Chiara Ventura

Directed & Written by Benjamin Goodger; Produced by Chiara Ventura

A 2013 National Film and Television School graduation film, Anamnesis is a love story set against a sci-fi backdrop. Following the death of his girlfriend Sophie, Luke, a young scientist, is working on Anamnesis, a project funded by a powerful corporation developing memory retrieval technology. Harnessing the sublime properties of a recently discovered substance, he secretly uses this technology to repeatedly revisit the day she died. Wracked by guilt and regret his obsession drives him towards self- destruction until one day a startling epiphany presents the possibility of a new beginning.

24 minutes

The Developer

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Directed by Robert Odegnal; Written by Horvath Aron

Directed by Robert Odegnal; Written by Horvath Aron

The scene is an alternative Budapest, with a special kind of dictatorship controlled by a company group called Golden Dimension. The marvelous Hungarian capital the way we never wanted to see. Lens is a dark, cynical character of this world. With his special ability of unknown origin, under the influence of a drug, he can burn the pictures of the past and the future into photosensitive paper. Lens hates the present because he understands the past and sees the future.

He sells his ability as an outlaw private detective. One day the position of the oppressing power seems to get unstable as some strictly confidential documents are stolen from the home of the president of the Golden Dimension. Ironically, it is the specially skilled Lens who gets the task to find the person who could ruin the oppressing system by using the stolen incriminating evidence. When he gets to the robbery scene it’s all set up for the experiment. He administers his drug, sticks the photosensitive paper on his nape and waits for the vision to come…By retrieving the pictures of the past, Lens finds out the identity of the unknown thief and even gets a glimpse of some images from the near future. But this future offers nothing good for Lens: he is facing a gun and gets a bullet into his forehead. Is it possible for Lens to put together the pieces of his visions, can he catch the thief and prevent his own violent death?

18 minutes

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