Directed by James Guard; Produced by Daniel Millen
In the Sci-Fi episodic “Farrah Rogue – Awakening”, heroine Farrah Rogue, an ex-actress gone bounty hunter, and her companion Spidar scavenge the remains of the fallen corporation GARL (Galactic Aeronautical Research Laboratories) and their top secret research facilities scattered across the galaxy.
Directed by Kevin Barwick and Carlos Mejia; Written by Kevin Barwick, Carlos Mejia, Christina Christie, Adriana Aguilar, Nathanael Berrian, Eileen Cinerar, Niara Clay, Kyle Climaco, Angelica Duvic, Matthew Graham, Ivan Olortegui, Lauren Posner, Sarah Rahman and Brandon Schaal; Produced by Matthew Graham and The University of Central Florida’s School of Visual Art and Design
Gordon, nervous about his dinner date, has a secret – he has snakes for hair, and a bad habit of turning people into stone. Will he find love, or is this a date with disaster?
Directed by Jalil Sadool and Adam Meyer; Written by Jalil Sadool; Produced by Keith Lackey
Over a century has passed since the destruction of Earth. Without a home planet, humans now live among the thirty-eight known alien species. Kent Williams, a struggling chef, leads a disparate band of adventurers aboard their ship, The Serrano. Eager to discover the culinary secrets of his ancestors, Kent and his cyborg companion, C-LA, traverse the cosmos in search of rare Earth spices.
Directed by Zahra Rostampour; Written by Zahra Rostampour; Produced by Zahra Rostampour
A hungry wolf gets stuck with stereotypes about being the big bad wolf of the story. She has to flee when everybody accuses her of violence and murder, and threatens her life.
Directed by Christina Christie; Written by Christina Christie, Savannah Berry, Megan Burbach, Kylie Campbell, Taylor Estape, Lauren Gisewhite, Christopher Gomes, Genesis Laboy, Peter Lupton, Austin Royall, Sofia Santos, Beryl Van Ness, Desiree Vargas and Sara Villa; Produced by Lauren Gisewhite and The University of Central Florida’s School of Visual Art and Design
While packing away her deceased grandmother’s affairs, Pauline discovers that one of their stained glass sculptures has come to life. As the lights in the house go out and their memories together begin to dim, Pauline realizes there is joy in celebrating the legacy of those who have been lost.
Directed, Written, and Produced by Kaichi Sato
“Anna” is a tribute and homage to old movies of the 60’s, a ideally highly effective sophisticated anime with trendy visual effects.