Aliens Stole My Boyfriend


Written by Al Hess; Directed by Ricky Hess; Produced by Debbie Hess

Two cute alien chicks come to planet Earth in search of new boyfriends when all the boys on their home planet Moe are wiped out by testosterone fever. They crash land their space buggy at a seedy Motor Court Motel where they are immediately smitten by local resident Roger in the process of being thrown out by his girlfriend, Cindy. With new attention and interest in her boyfriend, Cindy decides she wants Roger back and plots a plan to derail the aliens affection.

19 minutes

The Alpha Invention


Written/Directed by Mark Towers; Produced by Michael Spry & Mark Towers

After applying an ingenious method to create artificial intelligence on his home computer, a reclusive programmer (Billy Boyd) is contacted one rainy evening by a suspicious dealer looking to buy the technology. However, as the call progresses it becomes clear that neither man is who or what they claim to be.

Noir meets sci-fi like in what The Telegraph’s Tim Robey calls “Clever and slick. Like a Voight-Kampff test turned on its head” and Starburst Magazine, “One of the best sci-fi shorts of recent years”.

15 minutes



Written by Justin Trefgarne & Edward Tracy; Directed by Edward Tracy; Produced by Preethi Mavahalli

In a futuristic version of 1940s London, an injured man turns out to have had a love implant put inside him without his knowing, in order to make him fall him love with a spy. The spy has by now fallen in love for real with the man, and she must decide whether to reveal all and betray her mission, hoping he might still love her.

15 minutes



Written by Jason Gallaty, Michael Grier, Josh Grier; Directed by Michael Grier; Produced by Josh Grier

Dust is a story of loss and redemption in a time where humanity has become immutable and the world is changing at breakneck speed. In this harsh and unpredictable environment, where people have isolated themselves behind massive city walls, a socially marginalized tracker teams up with a black-market merchant to save the industrial society that has rejected his way of life.

27 minutes

Happy Fun Room


Written/Directed by Greg Pak; Produced by Nekisa Cooper

The host of a once-popular kid’s show clashes with child co-stars and disgruntled crew. The world’s changed and the show’s cautionary messages may no longer be needed. Can she adapt?

14 minutes



Written/Directed by Teddy Cecil; Produced by Brett Miller, Teddy Cecil

Helio is a short, visceral film centered on a post-apocalyptic underground society where miners work for light to survive. But when a dying rebel thrusts the unexpected onto an unassuming worker’s lap, all hell breaks loose. What begins as one man’s race to escape the hostile government quickly escalates into a city-wide uprising of the people.

20 minutes

No Milk


Written/Directed by Melanie Abramov; Produced by L.Simpson

Set in an alternate Sci-Fi future where breast milk is the known cause of a host of deadly epidemics. As a result breasts are considered to be repulsive by the public at large. NO MILK follows the trials of a rebellious, adolescent girl as she tries to maintain a positive self-image in the face of a society that thinks she’s ugly, toxic and wants to cut her down to size. What path will Sasha choose?

16 minutes

The Shaman


Written/Directed/Produced by Marco Kalantari

The dark year 2204, in a world that has seen 73 years of continuous war. Mankind has re-discovered the arts of Magic and Shamanism. This world believes that every being and every object has a soul. When crossing the border to the Netherworld, the Shaman can find this soul and interact with it. That is what makes him such a deadly, highly effective weapon. They track and convert the souls of their enemies’ giant battle machines in a psychological soul-to-soul confrontation.
Shaman Joshua Van Kern and his squire Lene embark on a mission to convert a giant battle colossus and succeed where troops have failed.

17 minutes

While You Were in a Coma


Written by The McManus Bros with input from the TentSquare Community; Directed by Jean Paul Labbe; Produced by Andrew van den Houten, Zach Passero, Seth Webster, Ashleigh Snead

As the first film ever created using Crowd Powered Entertainment™, While You Were in a Coma was voted on every step of the way, from the title to plot points, to the director and lead actor. It follows the story of Otis Reeves, a man who wakes from a coma 30 years after his prom night to find the world in shambles and the girl of his dreams still out there waiting for him.

10 minutes