I’ve been following the Sci Fi London 48hr Short Film Competition where they just released the shortlist. Despite this gilded age of global communication and the fact we pretty much actually live in the future (compared to most sci-fi film makers before us), it is unnecessarily complicated to view and compare all the entries which made the shortlist, so I compiled this cheat sheet to save time.

Please share this post if you like it and enjoy your five minute short film marathon!

Free Falling

Free Falling – 48-hr Sci-Fi Film Challenge 2014 from Mellissa Lo on Vimeo.

The March

‘The March’ – Sci-Fi London 48 Hour Film Challenge 2014 from Josh Fortune on Vimeo.

The Terminal

The Terminal from Tomas Bober on Vimeo.

A Midnight Visitor

Sci-Fi London 48 Hour Film Challenge – A Midnight Visitor – #SFL48HR from Flip Films on Vimeo.

Another Crisis

Always the Sun

Always The Sun – Sci-FI 48 Hour Challenge 2014 – Team MindsEye from Rob McLellan on Vimeo.

Book 1

Book 1 | Sci-Fi London 48 Hour Short 2014 from Phil Hawkins – Director on Vimeo.

Handful of Dust

Machine Stopped Working

Sara From Online

SARA FROM ONLINE – SCI FI London 2014 from Adam Comiskey on Vimeo.

The Nearer The Better

The Nearer The Better – 48hr film competition 2014 from Benjamin Parry on Vimeo.

I’ve posted them in the same “no particular” order as the original shortlist but unfortunately, I haven’t been able to find all of them. The ones I couldn’t find were:

  • Running on Empty
  • Friends and Enemies
  • Five Year Cycle
  • Agony Aunt
  • Final Command
  • My Life Eternal
  • The Company’s Man

If you find one that’s missing, drop the URL in the comments. Thanks!

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Jonathan Allen is a search and social marketing specialist and formerly the Director of the award winning search engine news publication, Search Engine Watch. Under Jonathan’s stewardship, Search Engine Watch grew from 600,000 pageviews a month to over 1.4 million and in May 2012, won the Gold Azbee National Award for “Online Excellence, New or Relaunched Web Site” from the American Society of Business Press Editors.

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