An alien bounty hunter enters a scene of suburban carnage, where something out of this world has been feeding on humans. Director’s Statement My first real cinematic obsession was the 1986 creature feature “Critters” from New Line Cinema. I grew up on a farm much like the film’s setting and[…]
Star Wars meets Shakespeare in this timely nod to both the 40th celebration of Star Wars release and the recent 400th anniversary of the Bard’s death. Hamlet’s famous soliloquy is presented as the inner voice of a Stormtrooper, demonstrating the way Shakespeare’s language still echoes down to us through the[…]
A young girl massacres those she holds responsible for the death of her loved one.
An exploration of Gene Roddenberry’s Star Trek vision of humanity. After 50 years of Star Trek, how far has humanity come? How much further can we go? Director’s Statement In the wake of the 50th Anniversary of Star Trek, is Gene Roddenberry’s original vision for humanity still alive? Centered around[…]
Years after the collapse of The Republic, Valera has carved out a life for herself in the galaxy’s outer rim. But when an old student returns, she is thrust back into the life she left behind.
“Jakku: First Wave” is a Star Wars fan film centered around three Imperial Stormtroopers right before the battle of Jakku.
Hollywood couldn’t get Dr. Doom right, so a team of comic book geeks set out to do it themselves! Here’s the result! See more on the process here
Tears In The Rain is a short film set in the world of Philip K. Dick’s novel Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? (1968) as well as the motion picture Blade Runner (1982).
Boba Fett, the infamous intergalactic bounty hunter, has tracked his next prey into a dusty saloon in the outskirts of a remote space port. In the shadows of the busy space bar the hunter confronts his target’s three sinister henchmen. Who will blink first? The Twelve Parsec Stare is a[…]
40 years after the war against the Foot, a Japanese ninja clan. Four mysterious veterans are preparing themselves for the fight of their life.