Short Film: LIFE OR DEATH DEBATES, 6min., USA, Sci-Fi

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The future’s greatest gameshow: two convicts, 120 seconds, and one chance to debate for their lives – all on live television. Tune into this weeks episode, and prepare for a wild ride. Today’s debate topic will have you reeling.

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Short Film: BETWEEN THE PARALLEL, 6min., New Zealand, Sci-Fi

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“Between The Parallel” is about a young girl, seeking to find freedom from her reality by depicting herself as a goddess like being. The film explores the battle for freedom of a goddess; running parallel to Elisa’s search for freedom of her internal struggles.

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Get to know the short film: PARADIGME, 6min, Poland, Sci-Fi/Experimental

Playing at the December 2017 FANTASY/SCI-FI FEEDBACK Film Festival in Los Angeles

 

Paradigme title mnWhen you wake up in a cold and empty place.
You don’t where you are and how you got here.
You are paralized by fear and lonelinnes.
The only way leads you to unknown direction.
When you subject to curiosity and weakness,
You can loose your mind…

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  • Kamil Krynski
    Director
  • Bartek Kmita
    Director
  • Wojciech Szwed
    Director
  • Kamil Krynski
    Writer
  • Bartek Kmita
    Writer
  • Wojciech Szwed
    Writer
  • Kamil Krynski
    Producer
  • Bartek Kmita
    Producer
  • Wojciech Szwed
    Producer
  • Pawel Son Ngo
    Producer
  • Artur Paprocki
    Producer
  • Marek Hucz
    Key Cast
  • Jan Jurkowski
    Key Cast
  • Szymon Karlak
    Director of Photography
  • Bartek Kmita
    Editor
  • Patryk Scelina
    Composer
  • Beata Borowska
    Make-up Artist
  • Wojciech Cholascinski
    Sound Mixing
  • Michal Barycki
    Sound Mixing

Audience FEEDBACK: ON SUNDAY, 6min, UK, Sci-Fi/Drama

Played at the June 2017 Sci-Fi FEEDBACK Film Festival in Los Angeles.

ON SUNDAY, 6min, UK, Sci-Fi/Drama
Directed by David Lea
An old man and his dog make their routine walk to the isolated clifftops of deepest Cornwall…but this time they’re not alone.

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Director Statement

ON SUNDAY is a my paean to the science fiction films of my childhood. I wanted to create a simple film that told a story in its own time and captured the sense of wonder I feel is lost in many of the films released today.

‘ON SUNDAY’ took 5 years to complete – mainly because I did it ‘Gareth Edwards’ style taking on around 90% of the films production and post production myself and having to learn around 5 different CG packages from scratch in order to create the ship wreck which features in the film.

This film is a thank you to my Dad, who actually features in the film. Way back in 1984 he hand built a cabin bed for my bedroom and underneath this, made from wood, flashing lights and copper piping he’d constructed a spaceship cockpit. I was 6 years old and via fuzzy VHS’s already indoctrinated in the ways of the force, last star fighters and Xenomorphs – my dad used to censor the scary bits by recording Sunday Cricket over them. The finished cabin bed was a fledgling geek’s dream come true.

31 years later I thought it was past time to repay the favour and build him his very own spaceship.

Get to know the short film: ON SUNDAY, 6min, UK, Sci-Fi/Drama

Short Film playing at the Los Angeles Sci-Fi FEEDBACK Film Festival on Thursday June 1st. GET your FREE TICKETS

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An old man and his dog make their routine walk to the isolated clifftops of deepest Cornwall…but this time they’re not alone.

News & Reviews

Director Statement

ON SUNDAY is a my paean to the science fiction films of my childhood. I wanted to create a simple film that told a story in its own time and captured the sense of wonder I feel is lost in many of the films released today.

‘ON SUNDAY’ took 5 years to complete – mainly because I did it ‘Gareth Edwards’ style taking on around 90% of the films production and post production myself and having to learn around 5 different CG packages from scratch in order to create the ship wreck which features in the film.

This film is a thank you to my Dad, who actually features in the film. Way back in 1984 he hand built a cabin bed for my bedroom and underneath this, made from wood, flashing lights and copper piping he’d constructed a spaceship cockpit. I was 6 years old and via fuzzy VHS’s already indoctrinated in the ways of the force, last star fighters and Xenomorphs – my dad used to censor the scary bits by recording Sunday Cricket over them. The finished cabin bed was a fledgling geek’s dream come true.

31 years later I thought it was past time to repay the favour and build him his very own spaceship.