Strings is an action-heavy short with a sci-fi twist.
Played a few festivals and on Film Shortage, and is currently being developed into a feature, which should be announced soon.
Julius wants to go home… to Jupiter. How on Earth is he going to get back?
Originally made for the Sci-Fi London 48hr Film Challenge, All That Is Solid… is a short science fiction film about loneliness, society and interplanetary travel.
Written, Produced and Directed by Christopher Ian Smith (citizensmith.net)
Produced by Anneka Haskins
A young woman with unique abilities and her enigmatic care taker await a long-expected call. However his agenda may divide them forever.
Strawberries is a short scene study about a young girl with unique powers and her caretaker, an enigmatic man with an unknown agenda. Set in a not too distant future, the film was designed not as a complete narrative, but rather as a glimpse into a larger story and world. With minimal dialogue, the short uses rich textures, cinematography and pacing to help convey the story.
Alex the filmmaker writes about Sam the Spaceman: “In a time when everyone is getting hyped about Star Wars, this is the anti-star wars, small budget, original story, model fx, and cast with real people. I hope you see it as a refreshing way some are taking new technology and combining it with the love of older films to make something totally new!”
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.
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