POLIS, today’s Wednesday Watch, is just over five minutes long, but it’ll grip your attention immediately. It’s also thankfully on its way to becoming a feature film, so you may get to see more at the theatre soon.
Trip out with today’s Wednesday Watch called “Zerogon”. It’s about a dude-spider alien thing that…well…you really need to watch to the end.
In today’s Wednesday Watch, our friend Andrew here is having a great evening, and is about to get lucky with Maria, who he’s just met. But don’t worry – he doesn’t get too far before he straight up dies. Luckily, Reginald is there to help him get his life back……sort of.
If you’re a parent, you’ve been there: your kid asks a question, for which you would normally answer something along the lines of “because I said so”. However, it’s the fifteenth time your kid has asked this question, and you’re in a bit of a creative mood. Unable to resist the temptation, you craft anContinue reading “Wednesday Watch: Tall Tales Part II”
Old becomes new in today’s Wednesday Watch called HENRi. This short film features an intelligent spaceship (played by Keir Dullea, known as 2001: A Space Odyssey’s Dr. David Bowman) decides that it should build itself a body, so it can feel more alive. Bonus appearance by Margot Kidder, of Superman fame.
Today’s Wednesday Watch focuses on a cyborg who travels in time to repair his ship. However, he has a bit of trouble finding the right materials, and has to be creative to get it done. Enjoy Time Trap, which is from director and VFX artist Michael Shanks.
I’ve always been pestered by a bit of wanderlust – that nagging desire for something new, something unseen. Today’s Wednesday Watch is called Wanderers – it’s a short view of some real places around our solar system, narrated by Carl Sagan, reading an excerpt from his own reading of his book ‘Pale Blue Dot: A VisionContinue reading “Wednesday Watch: Wanderers”
Timelapse is a wonderful invention, enabling us to get the “big picture” of things that normally would take seemingly forever to unfold. This video shows the growth of an oak tree, starting with the lowly acorn.
David Letterman is no longer doing late night TV, and longtime friend Norm Macdonald gave one of the most heartfelt monologues to send him off. I’ve always been a fan of Norm Macdonald, from his awesome performance in Billy Madison to his time hosting the “Weekend Update” on Saturday Night Live. His dry delivery getsContinue reading “Wednesday Watch: Norm Macdonald Says Goodbye to Letterman”