Humanity high-tails it to space in scifi short S.S. Humanity

Currently scheduled to play at Seattle's Science Fiction + Fantasy Short Film Festival (Sffsff) is Matthew Ladensack's S.S. Humanity, a 17 minute short sci-fi drama that "gives audiences a glimpse into what the future may hold for human life." And, I'm glad to see it holds quasi futuristic space-suits a la Space 1999.

The film follows one family as they prepare to leave for "The Alaska Project," one of the last human civilizations left in their dying world. When an unexpected opportunity to leave on the last shuttle to space becomes a reality the family must chose to stay on Earth or insure their survival by moving out into space.


In the year 2210, humankind is faced with one option for survival: move to outer space. The most precious of Earth’s natural resources have been depleted; the planet has been ripped apart by war and natural disasters. Survival of the fittest
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