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Chaplin, Astaire and... Gumdrop!

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In Gumdrop, a young actress charms her way through a screen-test. The twist? She’s a CGI robot vacuum cleaner

Abstract fantasy based around the Voyager spacecraft

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When viewing shorts, it’s easy to be lured by Hollywood-style plotting, explosions and photorealistic animation. ‘Voyager’ reminds us the abstract can be just as compelling...

This might be the best product demonstration ever

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Here's a great way to demonstrate software: build it into the plot of a short film

Film finance through...eBay?

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Dice Tsutsumi and Robert Kondo, Pixar art directors, are taking an unconventional approach to fund their animated indy short. They’re selling their art to the highest bidder.

Plurality - Feature film plausibility on a shoestring

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The blockbuster science-fiction movie look is now available to anyone with a good story, creative vision and persistance.

First Sony F5 video short

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Here's the first video we've seen shot on Sony's new F5 (as opposed to the Global Shutter'ed F55)

True Skin: Sci-Fi short hits the big time

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In what is becoming an industry trend, Music video FX impresario Stephan Zlotescu and N1ON score a feature deal from their CGI-fueled video. At RedShark, we’re suckers for a great Sci-Fi short.

How to fund a short/independent film - Part 3 of 3:

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Budgeting for short or independent films

How to fund a short/independent film - Part 1 of 3

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Every film-maker starting out wants to make the best short film, and get the best people and equipment to make it happen - but often with little or no budget at all, all in the hope that the idea is strong enough to get investors and potential co-workers to commit.

It's well-documented that the VFX industry is in a state of flux. Meanwhile, there's a new generation of CGI artists.  Here's a piece made by students from the Platige Academy. It's their impressive short 'How to Train Your Robot'.

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