Sigourney Weaver Stars in a New Experimental Sci-Fi Film: Watch “Rakka” Free Online

South African–Canadian film director Neill Blomkamp recently launched Oats Studios, a new film project devoted to creating experimental short films. And now comes their very first production, a short film called "Rakka." Starring Sigourney Weaver, "Rakka" takes us inside the aftermath of an alien invasion sometime in the year 2020. The Verge rightly notes that "Rakka" isn’t "a conventional short film. Instead, it’s a series of scenes depicting various points of view. Some scenes show what the aliens are doing to humanity; others track a resistance movement led by Weaver, and an escaped prisoner named Amir." The new short runs 21 minutes and is streaming free on YouTube. " Watch it above, and to learn about the making of "Rakka" and Oats Studios, read this interview over at Cartoon Brew.

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  • Kensky - Ken Billings says:

    RAKKA Sci-Fi Film by Oats Studios….

    I am a big fan of Sci-Fi but feel that these alien apocalypse films are just drawing the youth away from the real problem,…humans. Right now we are the cancer of the earth and the global, banking cabal and globalization mantra is toxifying our environment and that of most of life on this planet. We won’t survive this direction for very long but some forms of insects and plants probably will.

    To bad we don’t have this reality created by the SFX dream weavers instead of these countless alien take overs. If we did, then some of us might wake up …but would it be in time? Hoping so.

    Kensky,
    Digileakcanada.weebly.com

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