Genre: Sci-Fi, Romance, Comedy
Running Time: 1 hr 32 min
Directed by: Michael Lukk Litwak

MOLLI AND MAX IN THE FUTURE is a Sci-Fi Romantic Comedy about a man and woman whose orbits repeatedly collide over the course of 12 years, 4 planets, 3 dimensions and one space-cult.


Program 2: Midnight Sessions

Genre: Sci-Fi, Horror, Comedy
Running Time: 4 min 35 sec
Directed by: Ryan Maples

A spec teaser short horror comedy about a punk band dealing with a rival group whose music just so happens to turn anyone who hears it into demons. Now the punk group must band together to survive a literal night from Hell. This is a short teaser film, setting up the larger story.


Program 4: Dystopia Now

Genre: Sci-Fi, Drama
Running Time: 12 min
Directed by: Johnny Kirk

Eager to celebrate the 4th of July, a group of young black and Latino friends experience a police encounter that shatters the meaning of the holiday.


Program 2: Midnight Sessions

Genre: Sci-Fi, Comedy
Running Time: 15 min
Directed by: Collin Kornfeind

Two downtrodden strangers go on a vision quest to cure their depression but end up trying to figure out why they have matching visions of a manic, talking wolf-bear named Kevin.


Program 2: Midnight Sessions

Genre: Sci-Fi, Drama
Running Time: 20 min
Directed by: Oscar Boyson

While trying to navigate a city that won’t provide him a bathroom, a delivery worker discovers an unearthly presence infecting women all over New York.


Webseries Program 2

Genre: Sci-Fi, Comedy
Running Time: 27 min
Directed by: Ari Grabb

An animated web series about a talking artificially intelligent banana and his eggplant sidekick existing within a procedurally generated anime that appears to be mysteriously glitching. With the progression of the series, the themes move from the absurdity and conventions of anime into existential questions about the nature of reality, The role of AI in art and Capitalism, and how much of ourselves exist within our animation.


Genre: Sci-Fi, Comedy
Running Time: 1hr 34 min
Directed by: Susie Moon, Eric Laplante

Darla Peterson lives with her mother and runs her business, Kitty Kasket, out of the garage. She works hard and keeps her nose clean, so how did she end up with a $349,000.22 tax debt? Leona Peterson's nose is less clean. She suggests they hunt carburetors in the neighborhood and sell off the valuable platinum found within. With this plan, they'd have the debt paid off in two weeks. Darla is frustrated with her mother's insane notions, but she tries to make the best of her work day cleaning the warehouse overseen by Arnot Pickens. Arnot Pickens is an absentee boss at best. His work seems to be guarding a shipping container and not answering the telephone which perpetually rings. Poking around the place, Darla topples upon the discovery of a lifetime, locked tight inside the shipping container: a sentient kombucha scoby, and it can talk! Or at least, Darla can hear this scoby, whose name is Mother, loud and clear. This is not the topper in the list of Mother's unusual qualities, however. Darla discovers Mother's ability to grant mind-blowing orgasms. If Darla will help Mother fulfill her dream of going to space, Mother will help Darla with her debt. As quick as that, Darla puts her plan in motion: All she needs is to find 350 people to orgasm, or "Menage", with Mother at $1,000 a pop and the debt is paid. Totally straightfoward.

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