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.
In Exile, a local Sheriff finds himself woken up by his worried daughter with the news that something unnatural is lurking in the woods outside.
This animation is a powerful telling of physical and emotional grief.
See Geek Native's gorgeous home city of Edinburgh, via the lens of an alien invasion.
Halloween in a small Welsh town turns out to be no joke in Lauren Orme's Creepy Pasta Salad. The end of the world is coming in this BAFTA-shortlisted animation.
Ah, the dangers of exploring alone.
It's hard to tell - which is a good thing - but Percival is a technology first. This is the first film to be made in virtual production.
It's a strange multi-verse drama in which someone or something is known as the Genocider and busy erasing people from the timeline.
There are familiar faces in this 20-minute short. Eric Roberts, of course, is Nicky Lonero. Canadian model Nick Bateman dons the duster as Gambit, Anna Butkevych is Magik, and Ellen Hollman is Rogue.
This animated short is a proof-of-concept from Steamroller Studios. It's an unlikely set up, Earth has been destroyed and (here's the unlikely bit) Kentucky Williams is hunting down the last remaining spices for a cookbook.