Saturday Matinee Block
• PEW! PEW! PEW! - Loren Dunn (US)
• Limited Characters - Bee Lynch (Gainesville, US)
• Tomb Raider - Jessica Willis (Gainesville, FL)
• uTransfer - Giorgio Miraflor (Florida, US)
• EQUIVALENCE - Luis Arnet (Australia)
• Mailer Daemon - John Mudge (US)
• Hunted - Maia McDonald (US)
Created as a device of theological command, the conduit for devout humans to receive a second life through a transfer of consciousness. The copy of a faux-womb birthed human would be held in stasis until the passing of the devout. After the great religious schism, a virus was unleashed upon the faux-womb programs.
Human and equivalent are birthed simultaneously.
Convinced that they are the human, obsessed with being the only one of their genetic makeup in the universe. Hunters stalk their Equivalent. The only difference between human and equivalent is the slow oxygenation of the equivalents blood when a mortal wound is administered.
Blue blood is the only key to the hunter’s chase.
The key to EQUIVALENCE
Welcome to Data Lake. An anthology series that takes a peek into unsettling alternate realities. Some themes include social issues and mental health. In this episode, we explore the concept of silenced voices in a society that allots a limited amount of words per day. If you're fortunate enough, you can buy more or go without being heard until the next day.
After a plane crash, Lara Croft is trapped on an island inhabited by a mysterious cult.
When Miles tries to rejoin his geeky crew at a cosplay convention, Anita is having none of it. But before she can send him packing, the devious Lord Moro ambushes the crew, forcing these old friends to reunite in an epic, cosplay "blaster" battle.
On the outskirts of the galaxy, a bounty hunter duo finds that they are not the only ones out hunting…
Todd, a mailer daemon for one of the world's leading email providers, longs for a simple thanks for his services. His decision to communicate with the human world takes him on a path of enlightenment, at the risk of severe consequences.
uTransfer is a new device that allows for certain U.S. Citizens to transfer their consciousness into a utopia called the New World.