Explore the stars with humanity in the distant future in director Emmett Fifield’s Constant Space, tag along as a politician faces a tough decision in Ishan Shukla’s Schirkoa, and find understanding through dance in Brandon Omari Lake’s The Mud.
Director: Emmett Fifield
Runtime: 1 hour, 14 minutes
It is the distant future when mankind is exploring the stars. The crew of the Syrinx-87 is tasked to search unknown galaxies for natural resources. They find a mysterious device that creates a portal that traps crew member Robert. Now, the rest of the crew must cross the portal, rescue Robert, and find their way back. This journey leads them to an alien world, extortion, brain damage, and much more!
Director: Ishan Shukla
Runtime: 13 minutes, 31 seconds
In the city of Bag-heads, a senate member faces a tough choice among political career, brothels, and love for a mysterious woman. A choice that will transform his life and the city in unimaginable ways.
Director: Brandon Omari Lake
Runtime: 6 minutes, 27 seconds
A self-reflection on the relationship between race, heritage, and stereotype, The Mud tells the story of a clay figure who struggles against outside forces that seek to overtake and disfigure his very essence. Through dance and movement, he strives to understand and find himself.