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Man this is incredible, I wish we could find a copy without the annoying tv around it.

Full short after the break.



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uncleB (8 years ago) Reply

Holy Sh@t! Nice Find!

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Pedro Figueiredo (8 years ago) Reply

Awesome!

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LordOfFlies (8 years ago) Reply

Very cool. Epic Win.

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Godldragon (8 years ago) Reply

Why can't we see a show like this on Syfy? The details kick ass.

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Anonymous (8 years ago) Reply

Heat Vision Blog is reporting that Rinsch's short film The Gift (above), which was just released online yesterday, has ignited a bidding war, with Warner Bros. and Fox among the parties interested in turning this short into a feature-length film.

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Anonymous (8 years ago) Reply

Stunning. And the guards talk like Jawas!

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Finriz (8 years ago) Reply

Bad ass. The police dudes look like the Combine from Half-Life 2.

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Anonymous (8 years ago) Reply

apparently the studios r fightin over this like mad. sorry but its just another case of eye candy. the story isnt amazing and the art direction has been seen before. its purely how the cgi and live action wasa incorporated that made it special. studios should be fighting over the fx house if at all.

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FBrigdon (8 years ago) Reply

This is a part of a project called Parallel Lines. See more about it at http://www.cinema.philips.com/gb_en/

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Anonymous (8 years ago) Reply

this is part of a continuing story yes? because on its own, it looks pretty, but nothing else... quite a letdown really.

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Michael Bartlett (8 years ago) Reply

I am glad to hear the studios are fighting over this. It's compelling, innovative and visionary. I loved the kubrick-esque shots at the beginning. The director established a lovely 'mood' and created a very interesting futuristic world.

Good luck to the filmmakers. I hope a studio moves forward with it, following in the footsteps of Peter Jackson with District 9.

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Blakberi (8 years ago) Reply

Not part of a continuing story, part of a film project where you are given 5 minutes and the lines of dialogue and you build a film around them, so pretty inventive.

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Rook (8 years ago) Reply

Great find! While the story is too short to really get a feel for what's going on, it does seem to have a lot of promise. I love the dark look of the story, especially the winter setting (the bright, festive house provided a great contrast).

Is there enough here for a feature film? Hard to say, but at least it struck me as something refreshing.

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MrSatyre (8 years ago) Reply

Looks great, but why didn't they CGI the police cars at the very least? Robotic manservents = future = more advanced car technology. Even if the bus and other background vehicles were "20th/21st Century", there needed to be more attention to continuity details.


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