Short Film

Do you feel lucky Jawas? Well, do ya’ punks?!

LEGO Star Wars: R2-D2 Unrestrained

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Artist Pahnl shares with us the sound of stenciling.

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The search for truth can often lead to disappointment. This vid comes courtesy of longtime reader and first-time submitter zagudabuda. “Buddy Named Truth,” the culmination of a project started in college, features animation set to several non-scripted conversations about one man’s search for his old friend, Truth.

Buddy Named Truth

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Shot with a Sony XR500V camera, here’s a very cool trip around Tokyo at night.

Tokyo Sky Drive -Night ver.- 01

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From Honda comes this short film about robots and their role in the past, present, and near future.

Living With Robots

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CL!CK

by alphamonkey on January 13, 2010

in Short Film,Star Wars

“Every ginormous idea is born in a very special moment.” The LEGO Click community is the company’s new forray into social networking to create a “collaborative environment designed for inventors, artists and creative enthusiasts to share their vision about new products and toys.” Take a look at the vid below, and if you’ve got the time check out the site which is constantly getting built upon (and gets points for me for including everything from Star Wars to the Aptera).

CL!CK: A LEGO Short Film

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Methinks someone loves them some T2:

“Comprising nothing but small sounds recorded from the James Cameron masterpiece ‘Terminator 2: Judgement Day’, ‘Skynet Symphonic’ is my tribute to one of the greatest action features of all time!”

Skynet Symphonic

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Okay, this is worth a look…

Paper Mario Bros. 3 – A Stop Motion Animation (HQ)

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Take a moment (or three) and check out this short video on Kuo Chang Shi, the last remaining professional sword maker in Taiwan who made the famous Green Destiny Sword for Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon.

The Sword Maker & The Swordsman

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One man’s obsession with First Blood leads to this one-man Rambo recreation (made for $96 dollars in a Manhattan apartment). Check out the trailer for Flooding with Love for The Kid:

Flooding the Love for the Kid (new link)
Flooding with Love for The Kid (dead link)

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