The Future Above Us
After a cosmic disaster leaves Earth virtually empty, a hopeful yet sombre woman experiencing pareidolia who yearns to find connection must decide what lengths she will go to for companionship.
What Molly had assumed would be a relaxing day at a deserted beach turns into a completely surreal experience. She is in her 40’s and has the looks and conceptions of the typical “middle-aged white woman from the suburbs”. Once strange, seemingly out of place characters show up at the beach and start interacting with her, Molly panics. She confronts them, questioning their right to be at the beach with her. What she doesn’t know is that yet another character is going to join and show her in the most unexpected way who really is out of place. This final encounter will change her perspective and ability to reach acceptance in her heart as well as teach her the concept of unconditional tolerance.
Elijah Cloud Striker was stolen. His father rides for weeks, visiting every residential school within hundreds of miles to find him. On the morning the Chief finds the right school, what he walks in on is more than any father can endure. Revenge is the only course of action.
The year is 2030, inflation is at an all time high and wars are raging all over the world forcing the majority of populations into poverty. The world’s governments have decided to capitalize on all forms of renewable energy in efforts to distribute it to those who can afford it, leaving many without electricity. Feller, who works for a solar farm, illegally captures solar energy and trades electric pods for goods and services.