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Halo: Landfall is a trilogy of short live-action films created in collaboration with with Bungie Studios, Neill Blomkamp, WETA Digital, and Origami Digital LLC. These films were the Halo franchise’s first foray into live-action films, followed closely by the “Museum” series of films. These Halo shorts were intended as promotional material for the then-upcoming Halo 3 game, drawing interest to its release.

Note: These videos are based off of a M-rated video game. Watch with caution.

This is the first in a trilogy of Halo short films, the second one being Halo: Combat, and the third Halo: Last One Standing.

This is the second in a trilogy of Halo short films, the first one being Halo: Arms Race, and the third Halo: Last One Standing.

This is the third in a trilogy of Halo short films, the first one being Halo: Arms Race, and the second Halo: Combat.

The We Are ODST is a live-action short made exclusively for the launch of Halo 3: ODST. The trailer along with the short film is directed by Rupert Sanders, who also worked on the Halo 3: Believe campaign.

Birth of a Spartan is a live-action short made exclusively for the launch of Halo: Reach. The trailer along with the short film is directed by director Noam Murro.


Halo: Reach “Patrol” live-action short film.


“Sometimes in the face of unfathomable odds, the only way to accomplish a mission is to pay the ultimate price. The Halo: Reach live action film ‘Deliver Hope’ is a dramatic depiction of the sacrifice paid by Noble Team on the battlefield. This spot is a glimpse of the type of courage and heroism that will be required of all soldiers during the battle of Reach. ”

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