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  1. Future Fridays Presents Suzi Yoonessi

    April 8, 2011

    The filmmaker’s short Spring of Sorrow is streaming Friday on PBS.org. Director Suzi Yoonessi describes how the environmental reality of Mono Lake informs her futuristic fairy tale and how she used the Persian stories from her childhood to bring a cautionary tale about climate change to life. Watch Spring of Sorrow now on PBS.org as part of Future Fridays.

  2. A Love Story Set Within an Environmental Nightmare

    April 7, 2011

    Filmmaker Bennett Cohen sets his FUTURESTATES short The Dig on the verge of an environmental collapse. The film is streaming free today on FUTURESTATES.tv.  As the world faces an environmental apocalypse, a group of archaeologists venture into a toxic desert wasteland, determined to unearth a lost civilization. Can this ancient disaster help them

  3. In J.P. Chan’s FUTURESTATES, Digital Lives in the Clouds

    March 31, 2011

    Filmmaker J.P. Chan’s short Digital Antiquities is streaming free, starting today on FUTURESTATES.tv. Think your CD collection is out of date? Welcome to 2036 where data loss has become a thing of the past and all digital media is permanently stored on cloud servers scattered round the world. Digital Antiquities follows one man’s pursuit to recover

  4. Asparagus Sprouts Only on FUTURESTATES

    March 24, 2011

    Filmmaker Robby Henson’s short Asparagus is streaming free beginning today on FUTURESTATES.TV. The original online series FUTURESTATES launched its second season last week at SXSW and will release films for free online over the next several weeks. See the trailer for Henson’s films below, which follows one introverted agricultural engineer as he

  5. FUTURESTATES Website Now Live

    February 16, 2011

    ITVS online series will premiere at SXSW Film Festival  The FUTURESTATES website is live and running, as the online series premieres its second season next month at the SXSW Film Festival. Season two kicks off with Nisha Ganatra’s Beholder, which offers a futuristic portrayal on one socially conservative community known as Red Estates. Enjoy the above