Trippy Sci-Fi Short Films | Sunday Night DUST

Elevate your mind and journey into the obscure with these trippy sci-fi short films from DUST.

“Voyage of the Galactic Space Dangler” by Evan Mann
Logline: With the progression of culture and technology, what would the interaction between the first human and the last human be like?
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“After Her” by Aly Migliori
Logline: One night, a teenage girl disappears without a trace. Years later, her friend returns home and finds himself being beckoned back into those woods – the last place she was seen alive. An atmospheric sci-fi about the archetypal lost girl.
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“xVoid” by Meny Hilsenrad
Logline: A stunning experiment with setting and creature effects.
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“Divisor” by Nick Luchkiv
Logline: An unexpected consequence as a result of mind shifting.
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“Hello World :)” by Rafael Mathe & Etienne Larragueta
Logline: A young woman has the power to change a futuristic society controlled by an evil corporation.
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“Children of Future Sleep” by Ivan Gopienko
Logline: This is a story about the mysterious world of future where each human-being’s fallen asleep and replaced himself by robots. Unusual robot is destined to find output – he is seeking answers to his disturbing dreams…
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