2015 Fantasy/Sci-Fi Short Films

Short Films in the Fantasy/Sci-Fi Genre that was showcased at the FEEDBACK Film Festival.

CLICK the links and learn more about the films. Plus, watch the Audience FEEDBACK Videos for each film.

festival posterCHICKLAND
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2015
11min, France, Comedy/Sci-Fi

festival posterMY BUDDY
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2015
24min, Canada, Drama/Future

festival posterTHE WHEEL OF TIME
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2015
12min, Turkey, Thriller/Future

festival posterCASSANDRA
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2015
14min, Action/Fantasy, France

MOVIESANYWHERE
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2015
9min, Panorama/Fantasy, Portugal
Short Film Showcase

festival posterVALOR CAT
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2015
Animation/Comic Book, 7min, USA

festival posterMINOTAUR
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2015
5min, Greece, Experimental/Fantasy

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Watch the Audience FEEDBACK for the Sci-Fi Short Film “MY BUDDY”

Deadline November 30th for Fantasy/Sci-Fi Screenplay Festival (Feature, Short, TV Pilot): https://fantasyscififestival.com/

Watch the Audience FEEDBACK for MY BUDDY:

 

MY BUDDY, 24min, Canada, Drama/Future
Directed by Mark Moliterni

Through the story of a lonely old man and his android robot butler, “My Buddy” celebrates the power of movies and TV to connect us.

Director’s Statement

The first images for “My Buddy” came to mind while listening to the eponymous song at the end of Arcade Fire’s Funeral bonus disc. Recorded by Win Butler’s grandfather in the 1940s, the song’s about an anachronistic robot singing to a lost friend, which I thought was a sweet and quirky story to base a film on. And when I learned that Alvino Rey’s death served as an inspiration for Funeral, I looked to my own grandfather as inspiration for the film.

At 92 years old, Emmanuel Moliterni spends his days in a sunken recliner, half asleep with the television on as a comforting distraction. But at night, I watch as he perks up for classic movies, transported to the days when they were new. Television’s power to connect us to the outside world (and our past) is a wonderful thing, but I’m left wanting by the fact that at my grandfather’s age, that’s all a lot of people have left. So “My Buddy” is really a tribute to that-a celebration of film and television, but also a reminder that when I’m 92 years old and living in a recliner, I’ll have plenty of time for watching. In the meantime, l’m going to try to make my own life a little more like the movies we love so much. Hopefully, “My Buddy” inspires you to do the same.