That ambitious sci-fi movies do not need a huge team or millions of dollars was proved the beginning of the year, in part by the Berlin student Caleb Lechowski with R'ha. Also Andrey Klimov short film Azarkant has no need to hide away from the alleged professional competition. With the exception of the music the short was created entirely in-house at a home desktop computer. Azarkant is impressive, especially in its technical aspects. The story, of distant space travelers who encounters an abandoned spacecraft with not-so-very-nice owners, is of course in itself nothing new. But then it's not required either: Azarkant is ultimately primarily an ode to his favorite directors, says Klimov.