The Future is Female
In celebration of womens history month, sci-fi streaming platform DUST is presenting The Future is Female, a collection of sci-fi short films directed by women.
The Garden - Directed by Natalia Iyudin (14 min, English, USA) - When in 2089 humans become an out-of-date concept, rebellious Luc would rather die than integrate into A.I. But when she meets robot Azul, the idea of upgrading herself suddenly sounds tempting.
Einstein-Rosen Directed by Olga Osorio (9 min, Spanish, Spain) - Summer of 1982. Teo claims he has found a wormhole. His brother Óscar does not believe him at least not for now.
Rememberer Directed Nadege Dumont Carl Murphy (9 min, English, Ireland) - In a war-ravaged world recognisable as the ruins of our own, a woman is haunted by memories of a better time. But she lives in an era that has chosen to forget its history, and remembering is a crime.
The Give And Take Directed by Anna Hopkins (10 min, English, Canada) - When eleven year old Amy finds an old eighties video game magazine she dials the phone number displayed on the back, and in a strange cosmic glitch gets connected to Caesar Spinone, a video game call center employee in the year 1989.
Indigo Directed by Jody Wilson (22 min, Japanese, Canada) - After years of waiting for a signal from home, Takumi and his toy robot companion receive a message that they will be returning to their home planet. Suddenly hes faced with a choice to follow his cosmic destiny or pursue the love of his life here on earth.
Multiverse Dating For Beginners Directed by Kelly Tatham (13 min, English, Canada) - Ivy and Dave are totally hitting it off until she says the wrong thing and completely freaks him out. Typical. But tonights no ordinary night. Theres a glitch in the Matrix, déjà vu in the air, and Ivy gets the chance to see how things will turn out if she plays the dating game differently.
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