Bill & Maggie’s Intergalactic Taxi Service

Written/Directed/Produced by Jonathan Leiter

500 years in the future, in a Neo-Victorian England, Queen Victoria the IV requests the help of a Captain Bill Sprocket to transport her to an Interplanetary Conference on the Sovereign World of Pluto. However, those plans are cut short when the Captain’s young daughter, Maggie, takes the Queen and her father’s ship out for a joyride across the Solar System.

10 minutes


Written/Directed/Produced by Philippe McKie

In tomorrow’s Tokyo, the technologically-enhanced body of a young mercenary hacker is overrun by a sentient data weapon. Wanted, the parasitic A.I becomes her only ally as she is chased across the city by those seeking to salvage it.

Breaker is a cyberpunk thriller set in the near future of Tokyo that features contributions from many talented Japanese artists. It is also an exploration of many profound subcultures found within the city gathered through years of extensive research and integration.

11 minutes

Escape Pod

Written/Directed by Wesley Jamal Fleming; Produced by Kaleigh Spencer

A young astronaut, Jadi, finds herself in the ruins of a space station after a horrific battle. Her only way to safety is the Escape Pod. An Alien Menace, who’s been slaughtering the last survivors, is the only thing standing between Jadi and her salvation. Jadi will have to make her way though the smoldering remains of her ship and face a monster from another world if she is to survive, but will she make it?

4 minutes

The Factory

Written/Directed by Margareta F. A. Orkan; Produced by Tonje Ness Meinhardt

In a soda factory, a man and a robot work under the supervision of their foreman. The man is bored by the routine of it all until something new happens. This brake inspires change.

8 minutes


Written/Directed by Adam Stern; Produced by Todd Giroux, Sara Irvine-Erickson, & Adam Stern

Ethan Kane, a NASA Astronaut and decorated pilot, has recently retired from active duty to spend more time with his wife and young son. As he tries to adjust to a quieter life on the ground, he’s approached to fly one last mission…testing the first faster-than-light spacecraft. While the world watches, Kane takes The Longshot on its maiden voyage.

16 minutes

Future Flu

Written by Ahimsa Kerp, Seon Mi Yi (Translator); Directed/Produced by Rebecca Isbill Davis

In a near-future Seoul, a virus has wiped out a huge percentage of the population. While the danger has passed, not everyone is comfortable going outside. Ms. Kim, a middle-aged woman, hasn’t left her apartment since the virus killed her husband 12 years ago. She uses her service android to run all errands. But soon she’ll have to face her worst fears when her android itself is the one that becomes infected.

16 minutes


Written/Directed by Stefano Nurra; Produced by Scott Imren

A grieving plumber seeks out a disgraced quantum physicist to rid himself of a tormenting “Hum.”

15 minutes

Mind Your Body

Written/Directed by Silke C. Engler; Produced by Petra Clemens, KHM

Jo works as a trainer at the Fitness Company MIND YOUR BODY. His consciousness is slipped into the body of a customer and he exercises for them. During these sessions, Jo is not allowed to make any contact with the customer’s environment. Otherwise the exchange of consciousness could be disturbed–“dreams” can occur and those are strictly forbidden in this future world. One day when Jo is in a session with the famous Eddie, he meets Ery and suddenly everything changes for him .

6 minutes


Written by Christopher Piazza & Lucas Kane; Directed by Christopher Piazza; Produced by Eli Cane, Torre Catalano, Justin Reid, & Allen Kelley

Olfactory is a system that allows users to re-experience memories. Brian, an app programmer, hacks the system so he can alter his memories, but in doing so, he loses his grip on his current reality.

26 minutes

The Tinwife

Written/Directed/Produced by Travis Neufeld

In a 1950’s future-world, a human woman finds herself mistakenly arrested and imprisoned in an internment facility for defective and unwanted android housewives. Inside one of the holding cells, she meets a group of “Tinwives” and sees for herself the horrific nature of the society in which she lives.

27 minutes