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The Drone Aviary

Superflux presents a pessimistic look into a future where drones are as commonplace and easy to use as smartphones. The short film presents drones specialized for law enforcement, personal communication, news and advertising. Hat Tip Link Continue Reading from the Source

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Leonard in Slow Motion

(PG-13: Language) Leonard is in an eternal state of slow motion, and anything he touches is affected as well. He’s tired of missing out and would love to be normal. Whatever that means. He should’ve just started a YouTube channel. Hat Tip Link Continue Reading from the Source

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Sundays

Set in a futuristic and dystopic Mexico, this proof-of-concept short is about a man who figures out that the world is not what it seems. We’re not convinced that it’s as profound as it seems, but its mix of District 9 and The Matrix is intriguing. Hat Tip Link Continue Reading from the Source

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Interstellar: TARS & CASE

Director Christopher Nolan and a few other Interstellar cast and crew talk about how the movie’s robot protagonists were brought to life. It turns out both TARS and CASE were half CGI and half steel puppets. Hat Tip Link Continue Reading from the Source

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An Embroidery of Voids

If you liked Zoomquilt, check out Daniel Crooks’ mesmerizing video. An Embroidery of Voids features different alleys overlapping inwards. It would probably be a hundred times more awesome if it was projection mapped on an alley. Link Continue Reading from the Source

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Batman vs. Darth Vader (Alternate)

Apparently a lot of people disagreed with how the Super Power Beat Down between Batman and Darth Vader ended, so Bat in the Sun made an alternate version of the short film. If you’ve seen the original, you can skip to 2:55 for the battle. Hat Tip Link Continue Reading from the Source

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Magneto Cat

We already know that cats can be major assholes. As Kaipotainment’s video proves, we really don’t want these deceptively cute furrballs to gain the ability to willfully manipulate metal objects. Hat Tip Link Continue Reading from the Source

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The Order: 1986

Corridor Digital was asked to make a short film to promote the upcoming third-person shooter The Order: 1886. As usual, they came through with a funny and exciting video. Just not one that fits the game. Maybe the sequel? Link Continue Reading from the Source

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Djokovic vs. Abrams

“Great off-road, not so much on the clay court.” If YouTuber timtimfed is to be believed, the Australian Open really was open. When a sentient tank is allowed to play pro tennis, everybody wins. Then loses horribly. Link Continue Reading from the Source

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Fallout vs. Skyrim

For his latest VFX-filled short, Andrew McMurray mashes up the worlds of these two action RPGs as Vault Boy takes on the mighty Dovahkin. Will a Pip-Boy 3000 and Nuka-Cola trump a sword and a helmet with horns? Tune in and find out! Link Continue Reading from the Source

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Not-So-Virtual Reality

SoKrispyMedia – the guys behind the excellent Chalk Warfare series – take on virtual reality in their latest clip, introducing us to a tech that would be so much cooler than the Oculus Rift. Think Garry’s Mod in real life. Link Continue Reading from the Source

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Time Trap

An archeologist in the far future crash lands on Earth and needs parts to repair his spaceship. Unfortunately for him our planet has turned into a deserted wasteland. Good thing he has his trusty time trap. A funny short film by timtimfed. Hat Tip Link Continue Reading from the Source

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Mini-Drones vs. R/C Cars

The guys from Corridor Digital orchestrated this battle between a motley assortment of remote-controlled racers, joined by an army of flying drones equipped with deadly weapons. Many toys were harmed in the making of this film. Link Continue Reading from the Source

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Wanderers

“I am tormented by an everlasting itch for things remote.” Erik Wernquist’s short film imagines a future where mankind is able to explore the Solar System. The CGI in the film is based on photos, maps and other real life references. Hat Tip Link Continue Reading from the Source

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