International Sci-Fi Shorts
Thursday, March 7, 8:00 p.m.
Museum of the Moving Image - Redstone Theater
A program of international short films, presented as part of the Philip K. Dick Science Fiction Film festival. Running time: 98 mins.
Dir. James Villeneuve. Canada. 2018, 11 mins. A man's life takes a dark turn when he accepts a ticket to board a giant space craft.
Dirs. Maria Hinterkoerner, Bernhard Weber. Austria. 2018, 12 mins. Vienna, near future. Every household is supported by a personal assistant robot called Synthia, built by techgiant ENYO. The robot is equipped with a neuronal network and has access to all electronic devices. Synthia listens, and she learns.
Dir. Iacopo Di Girolamo. United Kingdom. 14 mins. An expressionist nightmare in which an inventor and his colleague test the ‘Automaton,’ a machine able to create things from nothing.
I Want to Kill
Dir. Dan Yadin. United States. 2018, 5 mins. This black comedy is an unhinged, psychedelic romp through the bleak depths of space.
Into the Dark
Dir. Benjamin Berger. United States. 2018, 12 mins. In the wake of a widespread viral epidemic, two U.S. soldiers stranded during their mission must fight to survive while an old man and his ailing daughter, running low on food, wait to be rescued.
Destroyer of Worlds
Dir. Sam Dawes. United Kingdom. 2018,44 mins. Arty, a precocious teenager, must reluctantly leave his life in 1954 behind when his father makes the most devastating discovery to date: Leap Theory.
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