Yeimy Daza, the writer and director of the Electronic Earth presented short film Poly, has released the short film for ongoing viewing as a Valentine’s Day gift to the public. The young first time female Colombian filmmaker attaches a valentine’s message: Poly is about love and everything that come with it: sex; pain; happiness; jealousy; doubt(s)… But what is love? …
In a not too distant future, humanity’s self-destructive nature has pushed itself to the edge of no return. Global conflict, economic failure, and new world leadership models threaten to destroy all that we are.
As a result, the Interstellar Life Council (ILC) decides that Experiment Earth is a failure, marking humanity for termination. When Gia, our planet’s organics-engineer, fails to convince them that our species is worth salvaging, she must defy her own species to try and save ours from extinction.
An examination of LGBTQ+ sport and its place in global sport culture as experienced by members of the Toronto Triggerfish (an all-inclusive water polo team) during their year long preparations to compete for the world championship at the 2018 Gay Games in Paris, France.
Frank, a writer, moves into a new apartment looking to work on his latest reveal. Strange events begin to occur when Samantha appears and Frank begins to understand that Samantha is not who he thinks she is.
Poly’s desperate search for love has her stuck in the middle of a toxic polyamorous relationship. Realizing she can’t erase her past choices, Poly begins to learn that the only way to find happiness is by taking care of herself, correcting her mistakes and moving on.
20 years after the Outbreak, Joel decides to leave Ellie in the care of his brother, Tommy.
Based off of a scene from the hit 2013 video game developed by Naughty Dog and Sony Computer Entertainment.
A young-woman, Aly, volunteers for a pharmaceutical drug trial that gives her the ability to return to life every time she dies.
A painting incites a conversation between two romantically involved women that will determine the future of their relationship.
Aura must break out of the corrupt research facility that is experimenting on her. Thankfully, she can use her new superpowers to do so while the scientists try to convince a private investigator that they aren’t experimenting on humans.
This live action cinematic sequence introduces the storyline to accompany the video game developed by New Horizons Game Studio.
An agent, working for an organization that legally terminates the mentally ill, tries to save his first ever client.
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