Ickerman: Sci-fi nostalgia for the current day (with bad ass vehicles)
I'll be honest: What initially attracted me to the teaser for Ickerman was the cars — specifically the lane-hogging, glass-encased driverless cars full of partygoers.
“Sputnik,” a short film by Maxim Zhestkov
Throughout the years, Maxim Zhestkov has managed to remind you that no matter how good you are, there will always be another who shines slightly stronger. And his… Read more
Explore the desolate and spooky world of “xVOID”
Released in time for Halloween, “xVOID” is a 100% CG short film that begins as an atmospheric exploration of a desolate scene and then takes… Read more
Poland rising: Juice studio explains why we’ll be seeing more Polish talent soon
Poland is bristling with CG talent, and our interview with Juice studio explains why. We also dig into the technical details behind the promotional short,… Read more
Space Channel Refresh
For a Space Channel refresh, Toronto-based studio Tendril crafted immaculately detailed IDs that blend the mystery of science fiction with the delight of discovery. While the two… Read more
Dvein: “River Island x Jean-Pierre Braganza”
After what feels like an incredibly long hiatus, the magicians at Dvein are back. “River Island x Jean-Pierre Braganza” is a provocative short featuring creepy cybernetic birds gliding… Read more
Destiny: Mars Opening Sequence, Q&A with the Directors
Prologue's opener for "Destiny" kicks off one of the most anticipated games of 2014. Motionographer goes deep with its co-directors, Ilya V. Abulkhanov and Simon… Read more
This isn’t for everyone, but it’s definitely for me. As a child of the 80s, I grew up watching awesomely terrible animated series like “Voltron”… Read more
Guardians of The Galaxy UI Reel
Territory’s UI reel for Guardians of the Galaxy includes some wonderful organic elements in the Milano segments that help it stand out from the usual… Read more
Updated with new making of video Futurama fan and 3D artist Alexey Zakharov took it upon himself to recreate the world of the beloved sci-fi… Read more
Making of "Innuendo," a sensual, experimental short film about a fantasy world's reproductive processes
UFO: Nissan Juke “What If”
What starts as car porn (albeit very good car porn) turns into an elegant sci-fi dream. Nissan Juke “What If” was directed by Sebastien Cannone… Read more
Bradley G Munkowitz: Oblivion Screen Graphics
Joseph Kosinski’s latest feature, Oblivion, releases today in the US, and with it comes an impressive onslaught of screen graphics directed by Bradley “Gmunk” Munkowitz.… Read more
Kaleb Lechowski: R’ha
Kaleb Lechowski’s “R’ha” ups the ante for solo writer/director/animators, proving that while the barrier to entry for solo animated filmmaking is lower than ever, expectations… Read more
Maxim Zhestkov – Toca me 2012
Sci-fi / Noir open titles sequence for TOCA ME design conference. By Maxim Zhestkov & Marcelo Baldin.
BLR’s trailer for Keloid looks promising. And a bit terrifying.
Azureus Rising is a proof of concept developed by the San Diego production company Black Sun Entertainment. We know very little about them other than… Read more
WeWereMonkeys : Coheed and Cambria: The Broken
WeWereMonkeys were so struck by the energy of the new Coheed and Cambria song, “The Broken,” that it inspired them to create an epic sci-fi… Read more
Blind: “Bits & Pieces”
Through a modern day dystopia, Blind threads together a provocative montage for Allen Martinez’s sci-fi thriller, Bits & Pieces.
Grzegorz Jonkajtys: “36 Stairs”
In the vein of a dystopian epic, director Grzegorz Jonkajtys unveils the trailer for his new sci-fi short, 36 Stairs.
Jarrett Conaway: Turbo
Perhaps this official description sums it up best: “Turbo is a high adrenaline short film in the tradition of The Karate Kid and Tron.” The… Read more
SyFy House of Imagination
Say what you will about SyFy’s new name, but the House of Imagination trailer does a fantastic job getting the rebrand off to an epic… Read more
What’s In the Box?
“What in the Box?” is the extremely ambitious “test film” created by a Dutch students Tim Smit and Thibaut Niels that’s been heating up YouTube—and… Read more