This week includes:
“Therefore I Am” by Peter McCoubrey & Luke McCoubrey
Logline: A mysterious encounter between a man who claims to be from the future and the man that he claims is his former self.
Standalone Link: https://youtu.be/n17J7sgKpck
“The Run” (Koşu) written & directed by Yalcin Konuk
Logline: A man’s eagerness to deliver his consciousness and unconsciousness in the hands of an application for the sake of a better life.
Standalone Link: https://youtu.be/1Enh0iyGhYg
“Metta Via” directed by Warren Flanagan
Logline: Set in the future, this film tells the story of a young woman who wakes up in a mysterious ‘temple like’ room and must figure out what her purpose is there. This in turn leads to her memories being unlocked and the true purpose of the temple, the strange sentient machines that surround her, and ultimately her final destination.
Standalone Link: https://youtu.be/zbWOkvasmv4
“Multiverse Dating For Beginners” by Kelly Tatham
Logline: A surrealist look at the romantic comedy and how each choice creates a new world.
Standalone Link: https://youtu.be/s0GaJ1WXCMY
“Contact” by Teal Greyhavens & Nikolai von Keller
Logline: When Jason’s companion suddenly vanishes before his eyes, he realizes the world around him may be starting to unravel.
Standalone Link: https://youtu.be/GhDlV9PDw3Y
“The Decelerators” by Mark Slutsky
Logline: “The Decelerators” explores what happens when a group of ambitious friends create a machine that allows its user to linger forever in a moment of happiness. As they each take turns removing themselves from the stream of time, they quickly realize that without each other they will run out of opportunities to use the machine.
Standalone Link: https://youtu.be/HsCdIGvdxQw
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