S.S. Humanity ()


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In the year 2210 humankind is faced with one option for survival: moving 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... See more »

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Clyde J. Bruff ...
Cosmologist
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Alta
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Attendant
Pendo Nyinondi ...
News Anchor 1 (voice)
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John
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New Anchor 2 (voice)
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John (voice)
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Connor Sullivan ...
Peter
Garret Sullivan ...
Peter

Directed by

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Matthew Ladensack

Written by

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Matthew Ladensack ... (screenplay)

Produced by

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Stephanie Altishin ... producer
Gerry Ladensack ... executive producer
Matthew Ladensack ... executive producer
Rustie Ladensack ... executive producer
Jennifer McCuen ... associate producer

Music by

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Miles Bergsma

Cinematography by

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Kyle Bjordahl

Film Editing by

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Anthony Berk

Production Design by

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Katy Echols

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Lauryn Victoria Conrad ... decorator (as Lauryn Berger)

Costume Design by

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Marcus Kaye

Makeup Department

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Jenny Hou ... makeup artist

Production Management

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Tyson Hauff ... unit production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Elaine Ackley ... first assistant director
Andrew Merrill ... second assistant director
Bobby Moser ... second assistant director

Art Department

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Elliott C. Balsley ... set builder (as Elliott Balsley)
Bud Bennett ... set builder
Kyle Bjordahl ... construction coordinator
Diego Flores ... carpenter
Greg Fonda ... set builder
David Landon ... set builder
Bobby Moser ... set builder
Grant Olin ... set builder
Alex Portin ... carpenter
Asia Vann ... set builder
Bret Watson ... set builder

Sound Department

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Alex Baker ... sound designer
Ian Clark-Daugherty ... foley artist
Bobby Moser ... boom operator
Becky Sayers ... boom operator (as Becky Bauer)

Special Effects by

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David Dunn ... special effects coordinator

Visual Effects by

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Jeffrey Belgum ... chief compositor
Kyle Bjordahl ... color correction
Greg Cotten ... visual effects supervisor
Nick Guth ... digital compositor
Lauren Hulsey ... 2D assets
Kailah Ogawa ... 2D assets
Tim Park ... 2D assets
Chelsea Pickens ... 3D Concept Art
David Stack ... 2D assets
Mari Takeyama ... 2D Concept Art

Camera and Electrical Department

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Elliott C. Balsley ... grip
Bud Benett ... best boy grip
Paulina Bryant ... second assistant camera
Nick Erickson ... dolly grip
Nick Erikson ... dolly grip
Greg Fonda ... best boy electric
David Landon ... film loader
Rachael Loftis ... first assistant camera
Xavier Luevano ... best boy electric
Christopher James Meyers ... grip (as Christopher Meyers)
Micha Newman ... grip
Michael Nie ... camera operator
Tom O'Neil ... grip
Vinnie Pompo ... grip
Jay K. Raja ... grip
Nick Ramirez ... grip
Brian Roth ... grip
Boa Simon ... lighting technician
Roxy Smith ... still photographer
Jimmy Woods ... grip

Music Department

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Aleks von Korff ... music mix engineer

Thanks

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Martha Coolidge ... special thanks

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Plot Summary

In the year 2210 humankind is faced with one option for survival: moving 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 has transformed into survival of the luckiest when a family gets last minute tickets to board the Space Station: Humanity. S.S. Humanity is a short sci-fi drama that gives audiences a glimpse into what the future may hold for human life. 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. Written by Matthew Ladensack

Taglines If the Earth can't sustain us, what will? See more »
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  • S.S. Humanity (United States)
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  • 17 min
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