Fan Approved Sci-Fi Short Films | Sunday Night DUST

This week’s lineup includes:

CALEB by Amanda Mesaikos, Susanne Aichele | 0:30
Logline: To contend with the bullies at school, 9-year-old Caleb decides to 3D print himself. Back home there’s confusion, discord and reshuffled schedules…But maybe this is just what his family needs? With humor at its heart, CALEB is a fundamentally human story about family dynamics and the inevitability of moral dilemmas in the face of advancing technology.
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GOLDEN SHOT by Gökalp Gönen | 15:12
Logline: Rusty machines living in their small houses, imagine that the sun will come and take them to the sky someday. A small light, keeps them alive and dreaming. But one of the machines wants to see the sun itself and he has a plan for that.
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SEAM by Elan Dassani, Rajeev Dassani | 24:12
Logline: In the not-too-distant future, a tenuous peace between humans and remarkably humanlike “machines”—some don’t even know they’re not real—is tested when synthetics begin spontaneously exploding. A military-led search for these unwitting suicide bombers begins, sending a terrified machine woman and her human partner on the run.
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SOULS OF TOTALITY by Richard Raymond | 43:27
Logline: Set during the Great American Eclipse, this is a story about the sacrifices we make for love and the intensity of a looming moment that can change everything. This short Stars Tatiana Maslany (Orphan Black) & Tom Cullen (Knightfall).
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