Sci-Fi/Fantasy Volume II
Sometime in the future, two men strapped in back to back, on a journey from Moon to Earth. Real Justice. Just Reality.
Lukas Hassel studied acting in The Samuel Beckett Theatre School, Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland. As an actor, Lukas has worked extensively in theater: Dracula, Othello, Orfeo Ed Eurydice.; and film: Borstal Boy, Man About Town, In Montauk. He is also the beloved figure of Mr. Melk in Norway (Check it out on youtube). Lukas is also a writer and filmmaker. His feature script, Le Mécano, won the CineStory Fellowship 2012, and as a filmmaker, Lukas’s recent sci fi short film, Into the Dark, starring himself and Lee Tergesen has screened in over 25 film festivals (and counting) winning awards both for ‘Best Short” as well as for “Best Actor”.
Something strange happened to this elevator. It goes up but remains on the same floor. The reality defies logic. The man is doomed to eternally run searching for his home. This odd world provides hints for chances to escape.
In a post apocalyptic world, a young female named Mia arrives on Ray's doorstep and a bond is created that questions the nature of what it is to be human.
Gary J Hewitt is a Screenwriter and Filmmaker from Glasgow, Scotland. His first feature film ‘Cleek ‘has reached the 'semi-finalists of the Hollywood Screening Film Festival'. The script for Mia: A Rapture 2.0 Production was selected for the Script & Storyboard Showcase in LA and later the movie was selected for the Glasgow Short Film Festival. His most recent film 'The Rapture Disaster' made the Official Selection for Frightfest 2018 at the Glasgow Film Festival. He has 5 years of educational experience in the creative arts industry including NQ Media, HND Creative Industry, BA Filmmaking & Screenwriting and Higher Photography. Through his education he has learned about the world of film, television, radio and other audio-visual media and developed essential creative, critical and professional skills that are important within cinema, TV and related cultural industries.
Jack explores a new way to use AirDrop but he doesn't know what it brings to him.
Ilkan Atalar was born in Turkey in 1997. In 2017 he moved to New York to improve his English. After a year he moved to LA where he shot his first short film "Katy". Currently he is attending Santa Monica College (Film Studies).
After an agoraphobic writer experiences what she believes is sleep paralysis, she's visited by an eccentric ufologist who warns her of a more dangerous, extraterrestrial threat.
Aaron Daniel Jacob is a composer, writer, director, and singer. He got his start in musical theater before shifting his focus to filmmaking in college, spending two years at NYU for Film Production and finishing his BA at Chapman in Screenwriting. He has written and directed several successful short films. Some highlights include the proof of concept short film Knight Watch starring Carolina Ravassa (Overwatch, Hispanglosaxon) and Bex Taylor-Klaus (Voltron, Hell Fest, Dumplin), Paralysis starring Amber Grace (Away) and Dom Fera (YouTube's Dominc Fear), and Riley starring Bex Taylor-Klaus and Vincent Martella (Phineas and Ferb, The Walking Dead, Everybody Hates Chris).
Aaron Co-Founded and serves as the Development Manager of Debatable
Productions, which provides film, theatre, and music production opportunities to youth and young adults. (www.aarondjacob.com)
Nervous Kerri is delighted when she starts being Skyped by her future self with life advice, but a little knowledge is a dangerous thing...
Eoin Cleland wrote and directed the BBC TV Pilot “Ups and Downs” for broadcast in early 2019. He has also written episodes and worked on the story team of BBCNI's ‘6 Degrees’ and RTÉ's ‘Fair City’. He wrote and directed two RTÉ Storyland web series, 'Trouble Times Three' and 'Free House'. He also directed animation for BBCNI and two award winning short films for NIScreen. His TV drama pilot 'The Watchlist' was developed for a year through Screen Training Ireland's 'Big Stories on the Small Screen' scheme. His animated children's pilot 'Under the Stairs' was developed with Northern Ireland Screen and Sixteen South productions. The short film he wrote and directed, 'Incoming Call' played in many festivals all around the world and won almost a dozen awards, including Best Film at Belfast Film Festival, while ‘Kill Me Now’ was shown on RTÉ. He has also contributed to the comedies Newsjack, Watson's Wind-Up and Soft Border Patrol.