A computer scientist in the near future analyzes his girlfriends memories only to discover a haunting truth that he’s desperate to cover up.
I was very surprised! There is no other festival that offers this, it’s great! To see the public reaction and to take part in the festival. There was a little debate about the fact that the film was shot in French while the atmosphere is American, it was interesting. This has pleased all the film crew, Sylvain Ott, composer joins me in thanking you for the price of the best music.
– Jordan Inconstant (YO SOY PEDRO)
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Two gifted young scientists must build a computer capable of creating believable dreams in hypersleep as part of a top secret colonization plan before their former friend now nemesis squashes their chances. Almost 400 years later, Captain Martin must escape a nightmare of her own.
Babs: Norma Dunphy
Narrator: Esther Thibault
Pierce: Dan Cristofori
James : Isaiah Kolundzic
Producer/Director: Matthew Toffolo http://www.matthewtoffolo.com
Festival Moderators: Kierston Drier, Shepsut Wilson
Casting Director: Sean Ballantyne
Editor: Kimberly Villarruel
Festival Directors: Mary Cox, Rachel Elder, Natasha Levy
Camera Operators: John Johnson, Isabal Cupryn, Aser Santos Jr., Zack Arch
Desperate to escape from the mysterious house she’s trapped in, a young woman learns that her only way out is by feeding a young, innocent girl to the house.
Mysteriously eight months pregnant overnight, Katie believes the Angels responsible, but her sister thinks differently.
Jasper, a young, lovelorn inventor, strives to create a time machine in order to win back his ex-girlfriend. In the process, he meets Claire, a clever engineering student who takes interest in his work. When the machine fails and Jasper is out of ideas, he joins forces with Claire, who might just give him the chance he needs to invent time travel and fix his failed relationship.
The humans of the future have embraced an AI controlled utopia. ‘The Passing’ is a short documentary from that time.