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Revision as of 13:02, 23 July 2017

Cyberworldposter.jpg

The poster for CyberWorld.

Status: Partially Found

CyberWorld, also known as CyberWorld 3D, is a 2000 3D animated anthology film that was released in theaters and never got a home media release. It is the first computer animated 3D film presented in IMAX and IMAX 3D by Intel.

It was released on October 6, 2000 in theaters and was a box office success, getting over $16.7 million. While most of the short films shown in the film can easily be found on the Internet (as well as their respective DVDs), two of the short films, as well as the majority of the transition segments, have yet to surface online.

Any current screening information for the film is scarce. However, the original 70mm 3D print has been screened at least once in several IMAX exhibition theaters and museums, occasionally used as projection tests. Its most recent screening was at the BFI IMAX in Waterloo, London in the United Kingdom on 19 July 2017, two days before the theater commenced its 70mm showings of Dunkirk.

Plot

The main character, Phig, played by Jenna Elfman, introduces to the audience "Cyberworld", a museum of infinite possibilities. Three computer bugs (named Buzzed, Wired, and Frazzled) appear and try eating the coding of Cyberworld. When hunting, Phig presents to the audience stock clips of computer animated productions.

In the ending, the three computer bugs create a black hole that leads them to their supposed deaths for the trouble they caused. Phig is almost swallowed up, but is saved after "knight in cyber armor" technician, Hank, reboots the vortex.

In the end, Phig explains that none of the events happened due to the computer bugs. She then summons her battle gear and receives a pink bunny outfit in return.

Segments

- The dance sequence from the animated film, Antz [Found]

- The CGI segment of the "Homer³" segment from The Simpsons episode "Treehouse of Horror VI" [Found]

- The Pet Shop Boys song "Liberation" music video [Found]

- "Monkey Brain Sushi, a short film by Sony Pictures Imageworks [Found]

- KraKKen: Adventure of Future Ocean, a short film created by ExMachina [Found]

- Joe Fly, a short film by Spans & Partner [Found]

- Flipbook And Waterfall City, a short film by Satoshi Kitahara [Lost]

- Tonight's Performance, a short film by REZN8 [Lost]

Available/Recovered Segments

A behind the scenes look of Cyberworld.
A trailer of CyberWorld.
Part of "The Simpsons"segment.
Monkey Brain Sushi
Pet Shop Boys - Liberation
Joe Fly and Sanchez
AntZ - Dance Scene
Homer³ (Clip)
KraKKen: Adventure of Future Ocean.
Low-quality VHS-rip footage from various segments in French, featured on a promotional DVD (2001) for Futuroscope, France.
Cam-rip footage from the opening segment in French.
Cam-rip footage of Flipbook/Waterfall City, KraKKen and a transition segment in French.

Gallery