My sci-fi short, Odessa, was just released online today. You can watch and download the film for FREE (with English CC & Spanish subtitles no less!) at http://odessathefilm.com/watch/ or http://vimeo.com/cid/odessa
It’s about mission specialist Shannon Wendell’s last night in New York City before she embarks on a 135 year long journey to the distant planet of Odessa.
There’s a trailer: http://vimeo.com/cid/odessateaser
And a website: http://odessathefilm.com
It’s won some awards:
- BEST Narrative Short – Chain NYC Film Festival 2013
- BEST Director of a Short – Chain NYC Film Festival 2013
- BEST Sci-Fi Short – Atlantic City Cinefest/Downbeach Film Festival 2013
And has been screened all over the world. I hope you enjoy the film! Please let me know if you need anything else.
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