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Reflecting the current climate of uncertainty and fear for the future of the planet, this exciting and unsettling selection of brand new science-fiction short films explores dystopias and post-apocalyptic worlds of tomorrow.
Dir: Cameo Wood
In the near future, a young animator is offered what should be her dream job. But when she discovers the truth of the modern ‘creative’ process, she must make a hard choice about her passion for film.
Nothing To Declare
Dir: Will Adams
United Kingdom 2017
7 mins 38 secs
Finally home for Christmas, a spirited young traveller returns to find his innocent gift has unleashed a deadly contagion on his family and the rest of the world, but is he responsible?
Dir: Lauren Cooney
United Kingdom/India 2017
Two friends seek spiritual salvation in India away from their hedonistic and disconnected lives in advance of the impending collapse of the Cosmos.
Dirs: Johan Oettinger, Urtė Oettinger
7 mins 48 secs
A storm is coming. The eagle is captured by the spirit of doom. A bullet is fired at the eagle’s fatal battle.
Love After Time
Dir: Tsung-Han Tsai
After a nuclear disaster, the world has gone dystopian. Many people have undergone physical mutation, and therefore government supplies are cut off . A female mutant robs the provisions of a military officer with a strong sense of justice. His chase ends in a rundown, gaudy amusement park. Just when the girl is about to be arrested, she discovers a top secret. The division between normal and abnormal should not be a raison d’être.
Dir: Arnaud Brisebois
12 mins 12 secs
Two hardy orphans survive upon the remains of a humanity that has left them behind.
How To Be Human
Dir: Bruno Centofanti
United Kingdom 2017
14 mins 14 secs
If you were forced to flee your own war-ridden country, would you sacrifice what makes you human to survive?
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