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Capture Anthologies: The Dimensions of Self (2011)

The best UK Sci-Fi short films that look at the theme of identity through the lens of cloning, time travel and space flight. Are we who we think we are, were and will be when our DNA, past and very existence are all up for grabs?

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Adam Banton (segment "Airlock or how to say goodbye in space") (archive footage)
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President (segment "Airlock or how to say goodbye in space") (archive footage)
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Julian Salinger (segment "The Un-Gone") (archive footage)
Lucy Egerton ...
Gia (segment "Human Assembly") (archive footage)
Laura Evans ...
Juniper (segment "Schizofredric") (archive footage)
Rufus Graham ...
The House AI (segment "Human Assembly") (voice) (archive footage)
David T. Guest ...
Himself (segment "Film Theory") (archive footage)
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Fredric / Schizofredric (segment "Schizofredric") (archive footage)
M.J. Judgefield ...
The Assembled Man (segment "Human Assembly") (archive footage)
Cassandra MacLean ...
Seonag (segment "Siubhlachan the Traveller") (archive footage)
Angus MacPhail ...
Grandfather (segment "Siubhlachan the Traveller") (archive footage)
Danielle McLeod ...
Emily (segment "Dupe") (archive footage)
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Kaikora (segment "The Un-Gone") (archive footage)
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Carl Ackland (segment "Airlock or how to say goodbye in space") (archive footage)
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Adam Dokey (segment "Dupe") (archive footage)
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'Capture Anthologies: The Dimensions of Self' brings together the best UK Sci-Fi short films that look at the theme of identity through the lens of cloning, time travel and space flight. Are we who we think we are, were and will be when our DNA, past and very existence are all up for grabs? Written by DT Guest

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