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Sci-Fi Short Film: „Hey, It’s Me.“ – DUST (engl.)

A selfish man tries to alter his destiny when he receives an ominous phone call from his future self.

„Hey, It’s Me.“ by Mark Sposato & Courtney Sposato

„Hey, It’s Me.“ Credits:
Written & Directed by: The Sposatos
Produced by: Wendy Vall
Director of Photography: Arthur Woo
Original Music: Jay Sakong
Edited by: Craig Holzer
Production Design: Kelsey Hannah Walsh
Art Director: Jesse Aiello
Gaffer: Barton Cortright
Casting Director: Lance Kistler
1st AC: James Demetriou
1st AC: Maksim Axelrod
Production Sound Mixer: Eric Romary
Production Assistant: Whitney Bryan
Production Assistant: Mercedes Tibett
Production Assistant: Michele Da Maria

RJ Brown
Cedric Cannon
Pearls Daily
Gerrard Schweitzer
Reneé Mittelstaedt

Sci-Fi Short Film: „Satisfaction Guaranteed“ – DUST

A lonely 50s housewife undertakes radical atomic surgery to win back her husband’s wandering eyes and to become the perfect wife in the process.

„Satisfaction Guaranteed“ by Yue Ma

„Satisfaction Guaranteed“ Credits:
Editor – Rosemary Leisure
Director and Writer – Yue Ma
Producer – Mary Mehrkens
Cinematographer – Gunyoung Yang

Cast –
Joanna – Alexandra Hensley
Walter – Paul Keany
Dr. Campbell – Craig Bruenell
Dorothy – Jennifer Sommer
Helen – Jessica Mellott
Mary Anne – Melissa Bergman
Victoria – Jordan Blake

Stunt Coordinator – Nicole Randall

Extras –
Josh Brown
Brad Painter
Debra Eckloff
Lucy Angelo
Laura Kane

Unit Production Manager – Shi Qiu
First Assistant Directors – Peter Merwin & Lucille Ouyang
Second Assistant Directors – Tom Keith & Josh Brown

Music – Wesley Hughes

Camera Operator – Gunyoung Yang
Additional Camera Operator – Nobuyoshi Sakurai
First Assistant Camera – Ferguson Sauve-Rogan
Second Assistants Camera –
Sam Kim
Brandon Epperson
Imani Breyanna
Mitch Hekstra
Camera PAs – Nobuyoshi Sakurai & Felipe Larrondo
Steadicam Operator – Erdem Ertal
Still Photographer – Robbie Brannigan

Script Supervisor – Michele Haberman
Production Coordinator – Josh Brown
Accountant – Sweta Rai

Gaffers – Di Liu & Bora Kim
Best Boy Electric – Daniel Kautz
Electricians – Alan Weyand & Dennis Rogers
Key Grips –
Andres Solorzano
Caleb Tou
Jesper Duelund
Shilpi Agrawal
Grips –
Daniel Kautz
Scott Hillman
Tatsuya Ouchi
Caryn Di Marco
Dolly Grip – Anderson Ko
Swings – Juliana Tan & Ujwala Viswanath

Production Sound Mixer – David Levine
Boom Operators – Christian Lainez & Brad Harding

Art Director – Devin Cheney
Set Decorator – Cameron Dunbar
Costume Designer – Jennifer Sommer
Costumer – Christiana Laine
Make-up/Hair – Ross Williams
Makeup Asst – Emilia Wesrynska
Additional Makeup – Lauren Bencomo

Colorist – Bruce Goodman
Visual Effects – Justin Chandra

Poster Design – Zhenyu Ye

Transportation Coordinator – Michael Hellerstein
Drivers –
Emmanuel Velasquez
Mike Lutz
Walter Spohn
Key Set PA – Alia Chapman
Production Assistants –
Robert Cisneros
Talya Stern
Eva Cohen
Jason Flaster
Sarah White
Maxwell Anderson

Audio Post Production – Anarchy Post
Re-Recording Mixer – Ryan Gegenheimer
Dialogue Editor – Brian Dunlop
Sound Designer – Ryan Gegenheimer
Foley Artist – Jody Berglund
Foley Mixer – Dicken Berglund
Foley Editor – Leah Putlek

Catering – Michael Warren
Craft Service – Kenneth Morris
First Aid – Sylvia Wildfire

Sci-Fi Short Film: „VOYAGER“ – Dust

A shooting star falls down over the Arctic island of Svalbard and The Global Seed Vault gets an unexpected visitor.

„VOYAGER“ by Kjersti Helen Rasmussen

„VOYAGER“ Credits:
Director/screenwriter – Kjersti Helen Rasmussen
Producer – Njål Arne Lambrechts – Blinkfilm

Cast –
Enok Groven
Siv Torin Knudsen Petersen
Oliander Taule

DOP / Editor – Sjur Aarthun
Sound design / music –
Øyvind Rydland
Duper Studio
Yngve Sætre
Martin Smoge
Extreme music

VFX / Grading – Rebel Unit & Mats Andersen

ROAM: Rider Of Another Mortal

In an underground hidden lair, FIAR, a mid-20s street kid, works on hacked ROAM technology. He’s interrupted by an old woman seeking help. she claims that she’s an 18 year old kid, and that someone stole her body, and left her in this old shell. Feeling bad for the kid, Fiar lets her in, and reveals that he has a device that might help them track down her original body, and if they can get it back, he might be able to put her back inside of it. He hooks her into his device, which allows him to scan the ROAM Mainframe for her body, but as he does, he realizes that it’s a trap, ROAM operatives are flooding the tunnels outside his secret lair, and the woman that he let in, is secretly working for them. As ROAM Agents bang down the door, Fiar disarms the agent, sets a bomb, and escapes through a secret tunnel. ROAM agents give chase, and corner Fiar. But they do not realize that he has Body Hack technology, an enhancement which allows him to tap into his own bodies natural resources at will (adrenaline, dopamine, norepinephrine, etc…) and juice up on them, giving himself temporary superhuman abilities. He escapes capture, but is shot and mortally wounded in the process. With only minutes left to live, he makes his way to an upscale penthouse apartment, where there is a young woman handcuffed to a chair beside a strange device. As he dies, he hooks them both into the device, turns it on, and transfers his consciousness into the body of the young woman. We realize that Fiar has really been this young woman all along. Not wanting to risk damage to her own body, and now that she has been marked as a terrorist by ROAM, she finds unscrupulous people that have stolen bodies through ROAM, and uses their bodies instead. With ROAM showing no sign of slowing down their operation, she has much work left to do if she hopes to destroy their operation. But for now, it’s good to be home, back in her own body.

Sci-Fi Short Film “Augmented“

A short film set in the near future, where augmented reality has become so ubiquitous that the line between the real and virtual worlds have become blurred. When a new, dangerous technology is created that can manipulate the perception of this brave new world, who will exploit it? Who will monetize it? Who will become twisted by it?

More About The Augmented:
Augmented is directed by Ross Peacock and produced by Ben Mortimer of Black Arrow Pictures, and executive produced by Tim Clayton of Sweet Potato Productions. Starring Sabine Crossen, Brett Fancy and Camilla Roholm.

Sci-Fi Short Film: „2 Bullet Solution“

3 Test Subjects, 2 Bullets, 1 Solution.

„2 Bullet Solution“ by Matt Mullins and Chris Naylor

Laura & Vineta

A potato farmer connects with the injured alien that crash-landed in his field, much to the chagrin of the local authorities.

Laura & Vineta (Laura un Vineta) by Roberts Kuļenko


In a dystopian world a new form of A.I. weaponry has been created. All these drone bots need is a profile: age, sex, fitness, uniform, and ethnicity. Nuclear is obsolete. Take out your entire enemy virtually risk free. Just characterize him, release the swarm, and rest easy.

„Slaughterbots“ directed by Stewart Sugg

More About Slaughterbots:

The 7 minute film opens with a Silicon Valley CEO-type delivering a product presentation to a live audience a la Steve Jobs. The presentation seems innocuous enough at first—the presenter seems to be unveiling some new drone technology—but takes a dark turn when he demonstrates how these autonomous drones can slaughter humans like cattle by delivering “a shaped explosive” to the skull.The audience eats it up, clapping and laughing along with the CEO as if they hadn’t witnessed anything more dangerous than the unveiling of the iPhone X. The CEO goes further, showing videos of the tiny killer drone in action. “Let’s watch what happens when the weapons make the decisions,” the CEO says, as the bot executes a number of people on the massive screen behind him. “Now trust me, these are all bad guys.” What follows is a deeply unsettling portrait of a dystopian world where these small weaponised drones use their onboard technologies—“cameras like you use for your social media apps, facial recognition like you have on your phones!”—to make autonomous decisions about who lives and who dies.


„Nano“ by Mike Manning

A new law mandating the public’s use of nanotechnology meets resistance from hacktivists who are conspiring to thwart the impending roll-out of a dangerous hardware upgrade.

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