Soon, what will be known as a “digital stroke”, will be commonplace around America’s dinner tables.
Robotic alien squirrels stalk human quarry in this weirdo sci-fi short. Originally made on a dare for the Lo-fi Sci-fi 48-hour Film Challenge. Includes a line donated by Cory Doctorow and Charlie Stross, and music donated by Bob Wiseman.
Created by the director of Haphead, a cyberpunk webseries now Kickstarting for post.
What if you had to pay a machine to stay alive? The film blends beautiful art direction with a subtle romantic storyline that addresses how people will deal with illness in the future.
The folks behind the Lo-fi Sci-fi site and GHOSTS WITH SHIT JOBS have launched a Kickstarter for Haphead, check it out for brand-new, never seen before footage of the new neo-noir web series.
A low budget scifi thriller about a spacefaring, swarm-like nomadic alien species that discovers Earth. With unique and terrifying visuals.
Weirdly powerful ending.
A convoy escorting a Consortium freighter carrying precious cargo is ambushed in deep space. Turns out Consortium pilot SUNSET BISMARCK (Brooke Nevin) and space pirate LUCKY MIKE (David Franklin) are in on it together. It would’ve been so simple, if not for the arrival of two more cutthroats, DEADSPEED (Bai Ling) and her sidekick SPACE CLOWN (Tiny Lister). Now everyone wants their piece. With Consortium backup en route, who’s going to make off with the booty?
Starring Tommy “Tiny” Lister (The Fifth Element, The Dark Knight), David Franklin (Xena, The Matrix Reloaded), Brooke Nevin (Archie’s Final Project, Breakout Kings), Bai Ling (The Crow, Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow), and Raphael Sbarge (Independence Day, Once Upon a Time, Mass Effect).
Produced for 6,000 dollars (entirely self-funded), the short was shot in one day on a small green screen studio in March 2012 and took over two years to do the visual effects in After Effects and Cinema 4D. The look and tone of the film was heavily influenced by 1980’s science fiction like Blade Runner, anime like Macross, Gundam, and Akira, and video games like Mass Effect, Wing Commander, and Freespace.
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