Dust is home to the best sci-fi shorts in the universe. Voyage into the future with stunning visual effects, captivating plots, and complex characters from today's emerging filmmakers.
Episode 32 (44 mins)
Alternate universes me only be theoretical, but in this episode of Dust, they are very much real. Worlds collide quite literally as doppelgangers appear, giving one man another chance at love in "Doubles;" a girl's past lives help her out a little less consciously in "Don't Forget to Remember;" and in a future driven by AI, the only purpose humans still serve is to create in "The Secret Chord."
Episode 33 (44 mins)
The future begins with her, a teenager must race the clock to unlock the secrets of her past and discover her future, in "Cradle". In "Lucin Nation" a kid takes his science experiment too far. In "Tower-D", an intelligence agent spying on a nearby apartment building gets his observations terribly wrong. A man comes across a briefcase containing gloves with a surprising ability in "Dominion".
Episode 34 (44 mins)
Let’s say you had the power to control one particular day in time - do you think you’d be able to stop your own brother’s death? That’s Shane’s conundrum in “Exit Strategy.” Now how about if your future selves were relentless in trying to save your girlfriend? Do you think you could, just like the men of “Therefore I Am?” And finally, familial relations get complicated when you’re all trying to rule the same beautifully animated future dynasty in “Blood Ties.”
Episode 35 (32 mins)
If the techonolgy is newer and more advanced, does is it mean it's better? A janitor feels cheated out of a life he might have lived when his own clone becomes the President in "The Replacement". A "Teacher In A Box" teacher is disillusioned with her cutting edge virtual reality classroom, struggles to coax her talented and troubled student to excel. In the near future, a woman must make a life changing decision after a mind bending procedure in "Ovum", and on "Ruptured", a new technology has horrific consequences.
Episode 37 (44 mins)
A man trying to escape from reality, ﬁnally does in "I Know the Truth". On "Where the Shadows Fal", set in a sparse post-apocalyptic world a man's grief leads him on a path towards danger and disappointment. A young woman goes back to redo a broken relationship with a lost love through a "Program". In 'The Universe of Scotch and Haagen-Dazs', Dan Levy meets an alternate version of himself who has an offer this Dan might not be able to refuse.
Episode 38 (44 mins)
Contestant Seven painfully unravels on a live game show where one android is hidden among humans in "Who Among Us". A little boy claims that he has found an "Einstein-Rosen" wormhole, but his brother doesn't believe him. A mysterious notebook and a phone conversation with his mother send a reclusive neuroscientist down a surreal path of discovery in "Premise". A woman and "The Kid" are chased through the streets of downtown Los Angeles – protecting something both highly valuable and extremely dangerous. A young woman attempts memory implantation in order to save her relationship in "Unforgettable". Finally, "Interlude", An inventor on the brink of fulfilling his life's work finally faces the truth behind the machine he is building.