Sci-Fi Short Film "FTL" presented by DUST

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  • Published on:  1/5/2019
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    "FTL" by Adam Stern

    A lone astronaut testing the first faster-than-light spacecraft travels farther than he imagined possible.

    Ethan Kane, a NASA Astronaut and decorated pilot, has recently retired from active duty to spend more time with his wife and young son. As he tries to adjust to a quieter life on the ground, he’s approached to fly one last mission...testing the first faster-than-light spacecraft. While the world watches, Kane takes The Longshot on its maiden voyage.

    For more about the film/filmmaker:
    https://www.ftl.film/
    https://www.adamlstern.com/
    http://www.artifexstudios.com/

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  • Case Dismissed Guaranteed

    Oh look imagine THAT! A happy ending!

  • Jesper Danielsson
    Jesper Danielsson 32 minutes ago

    FTL= Faster Than Light?

  • supermash1
    supermash1 57 minutes ago

    Slick visuals, bad acting, no story. 1/10.

  • MB4LUNCH
    MB4LUNCH 58 minutes ago

    Vulcans....

  • Sedonascape
    Sedonascape an hour ago

    ....It would be easier to fool people if NASA and its offshoot Space X have this kind of CGI.

  • pxenes
    pxenes an hour ago

    Bravooo. Please continue. Respect.

  • Dva NaAlefNula
    Dva NaAlefNula an hour ago

    Make it 90 minutes and off you go to cinemas....

  • Walter Hynson
    Walter Hynson 2 hours ago

    Comm report to Space Comm ASAP ....write a detailed report.

  • NEXIS981
    NEXIS981 2 hours ago

    You should send a application to hollywood.
    Awesome :)
    Thumb up.

  • genjokoan
    genjokoan 2 hours ago

    Shiny!

  • Bents Huang
    Bents Huang 2 hours ago

    I can't imagine the endless reports and meeting he has to go through in the future.

  • Dynamic Prepper
    Dynamic Prepper 2 hours ago

    Part 2 - The Military Quarantine, Served Family Style

  • Ltvn1968
    Ltvn1968 2 hours ago

    Exceptional! Puts Hollywood to shame!

  • lumberjack0101
    lumberjack0101 2 hours ago

    jump out of the traval, "hey, you, finally awake"

  • Jason Soto
    Jason Soto 2 hours ago

    I would love a movie about the development of a warp drive.

  • thebentley71
    thebentley71 2 hours ago

    I'm so glad they made this video sci-fi. Traveling to Mars is impossible, mars does not have a terrain, it is a wondering star, perhaps a ball of gases that light up kinda like a neon sign. Earth is a horizontal plane. It is enclosed by the firmament dome. Perhaps there is a space, on the outside of the firmament above the waters, but the only way we will ever find out is when the government= mindcontrollers quit lying to us & let people go to the ice wall ring that the firmament spins on, to see if there is an exit to the water outside & to see if we can get to the top of the water on the outside of the firmament.

  • Fred Weller
    Fred Weller 3 hours ago

    So, the ship has a malfunction and somehow ends up in some magical realm occupied by space fairies. The fairies bring the man home to his family. They live happily ever after. The End. Bloody nonsense.

  • Robert Paulson
    Robert Paulson 3 hours ago

    This does more in 14 minutes than most sci-fi films do in 2 hours.

  • Frank Ink
    Frank Ink 3 hours ago

    I enjoyed this. Thank you, DUST.

  • Stratomacaster
    Stratomacaster 3 hours ago

    Moral of the story... Do NOT take Starfleet Captain commands lightly.