A mysterious encounter between a man who claims to be from the future and the man that he claims is his former self. A surreal psychological thriller about loss and regret. All set within the framework of a time travel story that loosely operates in accordance to the paradox-less MWI (many-worlds interpretation) in quantum mechanics: Therefore I Am.
If you ever felt like Hostel just needed a robot in it, this short is for you.
Dear Lucas has been making its rounds in sci-fi fests and recently featured in Film Shortage’s Short Pick.
A man meets the love of his life, only to receive an ominous message from his future self. It’s dreamy, but jam-packed with twists and turns. Ultimately, it forces the audience to confront their own insecurities with the future’s uncertainty.
Good shooting & script. Nice ending.
Australia, a hypothetical future… A young, unemployed artist applies for a seemingly innocent job, only to find the company offering it has found a bizarre way to get young unemployed people off the dole — for good.
TELE follows the life of a young man who is cursed with the power of teleportation.
A lone traveller suddenly finds herself on the run in this throwback music video with a stylish alien lead.
“We’ve all noticed that time seems to move faster as we grow older — but what if you could build a machine that slowed time to the point of imperceptibility? In Mark Slutsky’s gorgeous new film The Decelerators, a group of people manage to do just that — and the result is almost worthy of The Twilight Zone.”
Modern-day time-travel adventure of Sherwin, a best man who travels back in time after losing a wedding ring. Practical effects. Low budget. And, massive brain teaser.
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