If you’re at the mouth of the Hudson River heading into New York Bay and look to your left you’ll see the past. Lower Manhattan, where the layout and street names are all points from New York’s deep history. If you look to your right you’ll see the future: New Jersey’s recent developments of glass and brushed steel post-modern architecture.
Look here and you’ll see even deeper into the future — via WebUrbanist
Short films offer an ideal medium for filmmakers of all skill levels to explore these concepts, including architecture that’s taken on a life of its own and high-tech surveillance societies…if you want to know what sci-fi films might be coming out in the next few years, keep an eye on the digital shorts that are proliferating across the internet, as many of them get snapped up by major studios to become full-length features.
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