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 16 (47 mins)
Grab some tissues and buckle up because this week's episode of Dust is bringing the tear jerkers and the bezerkers. First off, explore a junkyard where the consciousness of a man named Franklin is preserved in a robotic box. Next, enjoy the loving tale of an emotional intelligence robot of the future. Check out the weird aliens in "Good Business" and see how many references you can get in "Nice Shoes." And make sure to stick around to see what happens when you pull on a thread suspended in midair.
Episode 17 (47 mins)
In this episode of Dust, the secret to how to stop yourself from falling will be revealed in "43,000 Feet." And after that check out the quirky happenings of a super villain's henchmen, an amped up robot and human duo, and a hibernation mission that will push two lovers to their limits.
Episode 18 (47 mins)
Ever wondered what it would be like to attend to TED talk for a living drone? On this week's episode we will see just that along with so much more. We lead things off with a strange fever dream in "I Know The Truth." Next, check out the inventive new way to play dodgeball in "Children of the Cosmos." Venture to all corners of the globe with "Donny the Drone" and lastly watch as a distraught high school kid finds himself striving to connect with visitors from another universe.
Episode 19 (49 mins)
On an all new episode of Dust, an experimental new test leads to disastrous consequences, a couple attempts to reconnect by exploring their memories, a son on the run comes home to his telekinetic mother, and two long lost brothers attempt to stop a fire before the day resets.
Episode 20 (47 mins)
Prepare to venture into the vast universe of Dust on this episode. We start with a daughter attempting to save her father in "Cradle." Next, a man addicted to an experimental new drug finds himself being overcome by a mechanism consuming his body. And after that, explorers trapped in a virtual paradise begin to discover they're being eliminated one by one in "Contact."
Episode 21 (47 mins)
In this episode of Dust, we're taking a look at the different portrayals of a dystopian future. First, see how a young man saves his siblings life in "Payload." Next, check out the epic marines fighting against robotic invaders to rescue the President. After that get ready for a video diary of Detroit in 2029. And lastly watch the bizarre story of an introvert that falls for a girl next door in the midst of a violent revolution.