Some science fiction ideas just don't work as feature-length films, but in short form they make for compelling stories and great cinematic experiences. We've gathered together a mix of fantastic international short films that offer everything from the fun and frivolous to the deep and meaningful.
(Dir. Damien Christian D’Amico, USA, 2015, 15mins)
Embarking on a journey into the imagination, trying to fit-in with society and setting off a battle for creative control.
(Dir. Alberto Ruiz Rojo, Spain, 2015, 7mins)
When a man looks at the photo strip he just took of himself in a photo booth, he cannot believe what he sees.
(Dir. Teddy Cecil, USA, 2015, 20mins)
Rebel uprising in a dystopian underground society, one miner finds the key to freedom and attempts to escape before the government kills him first.
(Dir. Hillerbrand+Magsamen, USA, 2015, 10mins)
A family embark on an adventure, to construct and fly a rocket ship to the moon by taking apart their suburban home.
(Dir. Josh Mawer, Australia, 2014, 13mins)
Coerced into time sharing consciousness, two minds in one body, boundaries and relationships start to blur.
Savant: Kali 47
(Dir. Michael Dahlquist, USA, 2015, 3mins)
Undead dark riders invade a wild west saloon, blasting away everyone in sight. Now only a bad-ass Native American warrior can save the town.
(Dir. Alvaro Garcia, Spain, 2014, 10mins)
Earth’s ionosphere weakened, all animals and plants perished, all that remains is one small group of humans.
(Dir. Carmen Chaplin, UK/France, 2014, 13mins)
Humankind’s only hope lies in the hands of three scientists. Their mission: to build a time machine, return to the past and save Earth’s ecosystem.
The Red Thunder
(Dir. Alvaro Ron, USA, 2015, 7mins)
When Sarah steals her mum’s car, little does she know the car is hiding a secret. This discovery will change Sarah's life forever...
While you were in a Coma
(Dir. Jean Paul Labbe, USA, 2015, 10mins)
Waking from a 30 year coma, a man finds the world in shambles and the girl of his dreams still out there waiting for him.