Sci-Fi Short Film “Anomaly" | DUST

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  • Published on:  5/11/2019
  • A 1960s space-race drama.

    "Anomaly" by Dan Difelice & Salomon Ligthelm

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    More About Anomaly:
    Set against the space-race canvas of the 1960's, Anomaly is inspired by the traditional Christmas Nativity and explores, through a modern-day lens, the events of two-thousand years ago. It is a story about relationships that intertwine around an unprecedented astronomical event, as a couple navigate life's realities at a time of unfathomable significance.

    Filmed on location in NYC, Maine, Kansas, and Colorado, the film features Christian Cooke, Lexi Johnson, Andrew Sensenig, and Anthony Lopez.

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