It’s another summer Saturday here at the Major Spoilers HQ, which means we should kick back and relax for a few minutes. To do that, let’s all watch this fantastic looking short film, Thousandth Street.

Thousandth Street was created as a project for four students attending ArtFX School in France. The project took 8 months from the start of pre-production to complete and it certainly looks like they took their time on it. The fx work in this piece is astounding; the eye overlays, HUD display and just the world they created showcased the students talent but never felt un-motivated. People have described this to have a heavy Blade Runner feel, but if you listened to the latest Zach on Film, you will know that I haven’t watched that just yet, so sound off in the comments if you think that is true or with any other thoughts you may have.

via Geek Tyrant

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1 Comment

  1. Gehrigan
    July 27, 2013 at 10:32 pm — Reply

    It certainly evokes the world of Ridley Scott’s Blade runner. The constant rain, griminess, and the Van Gellis influenced music all bring forth the feeling of that classic film.
    Lovely work by these students.

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