Scott Jeschke’s Mimic – Thrilling, Mesmerizing, Re-Watchable Sci-Fi at its Best

Recently, director Scott Jeschke reached out to me, letting me know his new sci-fi short film, Mimic, just dropped on YouTube. I did what any self-respecting sci-fi fan would do and immediately went to YouTube.


That about sums up my reaction to Mimic. It’s a brilliant, sit-on-the-edge-of-your-seat sci-fi thriller that’s so well done, you’ll want to watch it over and over. Everything about the film is on point: the acting, the story, the cinematography, and the audio (instrumentals and sound effects).

This is one short film I could see made into a feature film – it’s that good. Rather than just taking my word for it, see for yourself. 

Oh, and do yourself a favor – watch Mimic on your 4k television for an even better experience.

Watch Mimic

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Film Info

A lone investigator seeks answers from a reclusive Navy veteran to uncover what happened to a submarine that mysteriously vanished into the atmosphere.

Directed and Edited by – Scott Jeschke – IG – @sjeschke7

Written By Luke Persiani
Story By Brian Jackson and  Luke Persiani

Luke Persiani: Beckett Corbin – IG – @mrpersiani

Brian Jackson: Jonathan Briggs IG -@actionjax217

Line Producer: Scott Jeschke
Executive Producers: Brian Jackson and Luke Persiani
DP: Scott Jeschke
Sound Engineering and Mixing: David Alba and Julian Buitrago
ADR Recording: Dannie Snyder
Sound Editing: Scott Jeschke
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