Over a year ago, we reported on the production Play Dead, a Kickstarter-funded horror film about a group of canines finding their way through the wreckage of a post-zombie Miami.
I'm very impressed by Finite Films. They're a band of filmmakers who produce one Hollywood-level quality short film every month—and each of their short films works within the constraints that people give them on the web.
"I'm just a zombie standing in front of a zombie asking it to love me!" Check out this cute little undead short titled "Rotting Hill," created by James Cunningham and Guy Hamling at New Zealand's Media Design School.
Indie filmmakers often have to raise money for a movie while they're making it. So they make teasers that attract fans - and potential funders. What's the right way to do it? Learn from movie-in-progress Lightning In The Bottle.
In this fantastic computer-animated short, a creature who looks like the spirit of oil embodied attacks an oil rig at sea. Called "Oceansize," it's the best sea monster story I've seen in a long time. [via Undead Backbrain]