2025 The Genocide Program (16 minutes)
Written & Directed by Nick Myer, it’s ominous opening sequence claims that the planet has been taken over by an elite tying together every conspiracy theory on international defence, disease control, technology advancement and more since the 1960s. With world population forecasts that will see the western world age while the populations of africa and asia maintain high birth rates, a sophisticated plan has already been in play for decades with targets to reduce the population by 2025.
Nanotechnology, smart wireless red, high frequency pulsed radiation, mm waves and the orbiting satellite network are being systematically used to make us sick as the earth is blanketed with gamma busts. The human race is literally being cooked with cancer, breaking up our DNA through devices and overhead space technology, poisoning our food and water supplies and the narrator insuates ailments such as the common cold or sinus irritations are symptoms of nano bugs that have been burrowing into our systems to ultimately create a human race that will become a singular conscious of mind-controlled drones. These nanobugs that enter our bodies receive signals through our devices which we are being conditioned through as we upload our entire lives onto social media into one big AI supercomputer that will learn from us and replace us with a new transhuman species. A dominant robot world with just the elite left to control it.
The film is visually dreamlike, shot and animated entirely in sepia tones. The claims are outrageous and yet chilling because of the rational logic that are stringing together claims so cohesively that it almost makes sense.
The Tape (14 min)
Written and Directed by Iacopo Navari we’re taken into a future world where it’s possible to record your dreams and in this case – the obsessions from loss, detaching from reality as humans surrender to the machine.
Luca Murphy and Gordon Peaston portray the dreamer and technician and have limited scope to breathe with the script but demonstrate capable skill. It’s a future world where dreams can be re-lived like an old DVR / Hard Drive recording of an old sports match and the human mind brings opportunities for pirates to capitalise on and exploit.
It’s a catalyst for interesting ideas to spring board off but not so much in this story. Still worth a watch though.
A beautifully shot story that questions our ability to adapt in an ever changing world. Jonah Robinson stars and narrates in the film, there’s a yearning to create, an obstacle of struggle. So when given the opportunity to create in ways he never imagined, how would we handle that shift in power and ability to control?
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