Not to be confused with another video game-themed short film, Zachary Antell’s animated short recounts a young man’s relationship with his older brother through their gaming sessions. We could’ve done without the narration, but it’s still worth watching. Making of here.
The latest trailer for Deus Ex: Mankind Divided is a short film that explains the game’s setting. Powerful human augmentations have become popular. But the rest of the world becomes afraid of the augmented after a hack temporarily caused the latter to become violent.
Think technology has taken over your life? Keiichi Matsuda’s incredible short film envisions a future in which augmented reality completely engulfs us with information overload and gamification of basic tasks. It’ll make you long for the days of sitting down with a good book.
The best video game marketing campaign of all time continues with the story of Overwatch heroes Hanzo the bowman and Genji the cyborg ninja. The sons of a crime lord, Hanzo and Genji had a falling out that tore their lives apart, but each now seeks redemption in his own way.
“I’m the World Ender, baby, and I’m back from the grave… They can run for their lives but they cannot be saved.” We got a serious No Country for Old Men vibe from Ariel Vida’s sinister music video for Lord Huron’s vengeance-filled, ’50s surf music influenced track.
Intoxic Studio’s award-winning short film looks at the damage caused by bullying, and the inner thoughts that flash through one man’s mind in reaction to his tormentors. Will he shut himself out of the world? Will he exact revenge? Or will his faith in humanity be restored?
Tim Sessler and Brandon Bray created this short film using drone footage and Hithcockian visual tricks to create a haunting, abstract portrait of the world around us, exploring our endless thirst for building and growth, and the uncertain future that our progress leads us towards.