You may hate The Phantom Menace, but Darth Maul was one hell of an interesting character. He was an amazing Sith lord with a fresh look and opened our minds to the possibility of a cracking villain for the prequel trilogy (Belated Media agrees). However, these were struck down in a cheap early death that meant he lived up to half his potential (pardon the pun). Luckily, this sin has been absolved by an incredible 17-minute feature named Darth Maul: Apprentice - A Star Wars Film.Read More
If you're craving for more new Star Wars after The Force Awakens, but can't wait until Rogue One all the way in December, independent studio Blood Brother Cinema Co has got you covered with this amazing nine-minute short film, called Rebel Scum.Read More
We all know that James Bond is timeless, as the secret agent who remains the same age throughout the decades. But what would happen if the 1960s version of 007 grew old into a senior citizen, trying to stay relevant in a "self absorbed and impersonal modern world?"Read More
The Drone, a thought provoking short that could be the Orwellian future as we know it, is looking for funding to be brought to life.Read More
On the surface of it, ReCURSION starts off like any other romantic comedy: a best man trying to find a ring left behind. That is where all comparisons to the genre end, and take a deep dive into the world of science fiction.Read More
From the most dedicated of Liverpool fans to those who don't watch football, everyone is aware of the Hillsborough disaster of 1989. Of the 24,000+ fans who travelled to Sheffield that day, 96 never came home. 'SATURDAY' aims to tell the story of this tragic event from a unique perspective.
Following the recent Kickstarter success of 'He Took His Skin Off For Me,' we asked the short film's creator Ben Aston about the project (pictured left).
'He Took His Skin Off For Me' is a love story about a man who takes his skin off for his girlfriend. Really nothing more we can say except for that.
The eighth episode of Bloody Cuts, an anthology of short horror films, Don't Move features some of the best suspense I've seen this year.
Kyoto scientists have developed a machine that can record your dreams and output them as short films, allowing the opportunity to better understand what goes on in the brain when we sleep.
Disney’s Paperman won Best Short Animation at the Oscars last week (and many would say deservingly so), but how is this animation different to the ones before it? The trick, it seems, is to start looking back to the basics.
Designer Evan Boehm has launched the interactive film The Carp and the Seagull: an innovative Web-GL-Driven video that has been described "an experiment in space and user-driven narrative". This haunting, folktale-inspired journey between two overlapping worlds is told by rotating the scene, to reveal new insights and perspectives.Read More
Heroic sushi chefs in epic battles against giant sea creatures. Just your standard combination of comedy and action, with a ridiculously awesome premise to boot. Co-producers Daniel and Sarah Blank have quite literally created a beast of a short film with 'Monster Roll.'
Machinima has always been a slightly ropey industry in terms of material to be taken seriously beyond sniping montages and comedy sketches. There have been some amazing pieces of work, such as Mortal Kombat Legacy; but we were still waiting for that true depiction of the Half-Life universe in film. Enter The Freeman: possibly one of my favourite Youtube clips all weekend realises this dream of mine.
Wearable computing is close to part of the technological mainstream. Google are just two years off releasing Glass, and Apple have begun filing patents to ensure yet another campaign in the courts throughout the life of augmented reality. But what is the future of this emerging technology?
The answer could be rather dystopian, as a short film produced by a group of Israeli shows.