Artificial Worlds v3.0, short film from Richard Fenwick

Artificial Worlds is the end of the world in a short film. Apocalyptic and nihilstic, it shows the world in freefall, focusing on a group of eight anonymous souls as they make their last efforts to survive.

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    Awarded:

    Best in Show, DigitalCity, Middlesbrough, 2006

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    Awarded:

    IFCT World Tour Award for Best Visual Innovation - Animation and FX, 2008

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    Festival:

    Hay-On-Wye Literary Festival, 2007

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    4th Halloween Film Festival, London, 2007

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    RESFEST international tour, 2006

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    12th Sarajevo Film Festival, Bosnia and Herzegovina , 2006

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    onedotzero_10, London International tour, 2006

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    4th Digital Barcelona Film Festival, 2008

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    International Competition of the 4th edition of prisdecourts, Paris, 2008

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    Britfilm Digital Film Festival, Germany, 2008

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    Lab Competition, 30th Clermont-Ferrand Short Film Festival, 2008

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    10th Future Film Festival, Bologna, 2008

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    International Festival of Cinema and Technology, Los Angeles, 2008

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    Eurostar London Coming Film Festival, Paris, 2007

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    Curtocircuito International Film Festival, Santiago de Compostela, 2007

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    18th Horror and Fantasy Festival, San Sebastián, 2007

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    12th Milano Film Festival, 2007

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    3rd 25 FPS Festival, Croatia, 2007

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    Showcomotion, Sheffield, 2007

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About the film

Genres

Artist' Moving Image

Duration

07 Minutes

Year of release

2005

Country

United Kingdom

Language

English

Selected by

The Film Network

Showcasing new British filmmaking