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Cyberpunk Short Film Theater

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  • #76
    Ecstasy Boulevard by Benjamin Allen and Ricardo Quinones


    It has an alien killer croc coming to Earth, but apart from that, it's pretty cyberpunk. Lots of saturated neon colours and a blend of live action and limited animation. Better than you'd imagine. Strong recommendation.

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    • #77
      Is Cyberpunk will look at the link below, or better?

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      • #78
        Originally posted by sxCore View Post
        Is Cyberpunk will look at the link below, or better?

        I'm pretty sure.

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        • #79
          You don't need to convince me, just make the dammed game!

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          • #80
            Wow, some of this are very cool! :O

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            • #81
              Here it is the video you commented on YouTube I think it has a couple of shorts that weren't in the list

               

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              • #82
                I'll proceed to extract some of the links of videos "curated" by MadqueenShow.
                Mech: Human Trials by Patrick Kalyn


                I would swear I've seen this one before, I don't think it's just deja vu, and by the date of this short film, it probably isn't. Pretty good photography, okay-ish CGI, an open ended conclusion... A synopsis would give it away.

                The Nostalgist by Giacomo Cimini



                This one I liked a lot. It's apparently based on a Daniel H. Wilson short story. I won't spoil it for you so let's just say that you have... like two aesthetic flavours of cyberpunk in the same short film. One is more neo-victorian much in the vein of steampunk or the Diamond Age and the other one is a more typically dark and gritty cyberpunk.


                Prism by Jackson Miller


                This is more of a quirky science fantasy with some dystopian and cyberpunk elements and visuals. The premise of colour being used to power a city is rather silly. Maybe they could have changed it to something more... typical, like make it about the psychological reasons of why the absence of colour is what keeps this drab dystopia "running", but then it may have not been as thematic. The acting is pretty decent, especially, in my opinion, the part of John Eddings as old man Edmund.

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                • #83
                  Bodymod by Hinny Tran


                  I'm not sure what to make of this one. It's about cybernetics as a fashion statement... but not quite the way CP2020 does it to my knowledge. The acting is a bit wooden, the writing is a bit cringy and all its characters are pretty much the vain even pretentious model/artist that I don't like one bit... Still, if you want to take a look maybe you'll get something out of it.

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                  • #84
                    nice

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                    • #85
                      love it

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                      • #86
                        Lost Boy by Ash Thorp and Anthony Scorr Burns.


                        The aesthetics remind me a lot of Tsutomu Nihei's worlds. Cool cyborg designs. Simple story. Highly recommended.

                        Shifter by the Hallivis Brothers.


                        Holographic interfaces straight out of Minority Report, clone-body swapping and actors that look the physique for somewhat interesting action shots. I just wish there was a bit more effort on the narrative side to know what Stryker's mission actually was.

                        X-STORY by Vitaliy Shusko.


                        This one seems more inspired by classic anime and videogames (like Cyborg 009 and Megaman Legends) than cyberpunk, from which it barely even has some very tangential elements at the beginning and end. What it is, though, is a very enjoyable and absolutely stunning animated short that also has the touch of sci fi adventure French comics.



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                        • #87
                          Should we put the three short films for Blade Runner 2049 here, or is that for another place here?

                          Blade Runner 2049 - "2048: Nowhere to Run" Short


                          Blade Runner 2049 - "2036: Nexus Dawn" Short


                          Blade Runner 2049 - "Black Out 2022" Anime Short

                          Last edited by Overdosing; 01-10-17, 06:30.

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                          • #88
                            Originally posted by Overdosing View Post
                            Should we put the three short films for Blade Runner 2049 here, or is that for another place here?

                            Blade Runner 2049 - "2048: Nowhere to Run" Short


                            Blade Runner 2049 - "2036: Nexus Dawn" Short


                            Blade Runner 2049 - "Black Out 2022" Anime Short
                            If nothing else at least Black Out should definitely be here. There's no reason why a commercial product shouldn't be here. Can you believe I haven't watched it yet???

                            Thanks for your post!

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