British 2d/3d concept artist Jamie Martin's short film Terminator: Hunter Killer reminds us just how great the wartorn future of man versus machine could be. Well, how great it could look, albeit a sci-fi warning.
Shingo Tamagawa created this beautiful and slightly disturbing short animation all by himself. The project took three years to complete.
When You Broke My Heart is an eight-year-old animation that feels as relevant today as it did then.
You can't time travel, but your phone has the internet from 5 years in the future. What do you search for first?
This isn't a story of killer androids running through the streets, and yet...
Martha wakes with a nasty cut on her head, has breakfast, and goes outside searching for ice cream to make an ugly discovery. Martha is the last person on Earth.
Does Scorpion fight with a Kyoketsy-Shoge or with a Kunai tethered by a chain?
Tabitha Kitchen earned several scholarships, including Best of Ringling and Women in Animation, and her showreel piece is Granny's Gamble.
No one speaks in the short, so you don't have to worry about languages or subs vs dubs, and the soundtrack is delightful.
Avarya opens with Isaac Asimov's Three Laws of Robotics which remind us that robots must now allow humans to come to harm. This includes not following orders that may conflict with those directives.