It's amazing what can be done with nothing more than a computer, time and a boatload of talent. So before the Hollywood bidding war kicks off, check out the latest hit sci-fi short that has studios salivating.
Just about every mission NASA's ever flown has been committed to film in one way or another, and it all makes for a fascinating chronicle for space enthusiasts. But one Australian filmmaker saw something more than history in the footage. Using 10 hours of film from the NASA archives, he crafted an 8-minute short about a robot floating through space...6,000 years in the future.
From George Romero's numerous zombie films, to AMC's The Walking Dead, we've explored several angles of a potential zombie apocalypse. But, what about the doggies left behind after we're all walker-bait?
Now this is fan-made short filmmaking at its finest. Want to know what happened in the years between Christopher Nolan's The Dark Knight and the recent Dark Knight Rises? This dark, cinematic short dubbed Batman: Pupper Master does a pretty good job of tackling the question.