This sampling of the many creative Steampunk films is offered for your entertainment. I highly encourage you to click through each video to watch it at YouTube or Vimeo. However, you can watch them right here if that’s more convenient. But do take time to give the films you love an approving vote at the site, and consider following the creators. Many have websites you would enjoy exploring, as well. Now, settle back, hush, and pass the popcorn!
First, why not start your movie night with a short feature?
After his wife is kidnapped by a group of slave traders, Emerson Marks, captain of the airship ‘Aurora’, must fight against all odds in order to rescue her.
Airlord Karak, admiral of a fleet of airships, discovered a powerful ancient weapon on an expedition. After he conquered the Wodnik 7 naval base, he plots to seize power of the Airia Republic and drag the entire continent into war. Lura the chief of police joins forces with a gang of smugglers in order to thwart the power-hungry admiral’s plans.
Set in the fanatic alternate history of the 1800s, Tea Time is a comedy that follows a conflicted mad scientist. Elizabeth is in a proper and strict world where inventors are held in high regard, but only ones that fit in. Her work has been rejected (again) and she has had it. Her Aunt Judith wants nothing more than for her to give up this foolishness, marry a proper gentleman and get out of her house (taking her machines with her). This particular day Judith has a different potential suitor waiting for her. A man Elizabeth is somewhat familiar with…
Official video for Lovett’s Eye of the Storm directed by Christopher Alender, from the album, Highway Collection.
In an alternate 19th Century, dust bowl Kansas, a young boy witnesses his parent’s murder, and is forced to survive in an underground child fighting ring. Only the wealthiest are invited to attend these secret communities to bet on the children for their own amusement. However, one among them, is determined to find her abducted son … whatever the cost.
L. Frank Baum wrote the back story to the Tin Woodsman in his book The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. Heartless: The Story of the Tin Man is Whitestone Motion Pictures retelling this little known story of the tragic arc of a beloved character who was once human, made of flesh and blood that turned into tin.
This is a Star Wars inspired fan film based on Steampunk Boba Fett
The Anachronism is an award-wining Steampunk short about two children who discover the wreck of a giant squid submarine on a beach near their home.
The Anachronism (Full Film) from Matthew Gordon Long on Vimeo.