Femoid is a newly created android with the rare ability to feel. However when she learns her creator, Hal, is giving her to the army as a weapon, Femoid and Hal fight it out, only to realize her true purpose afterward.


Tony James


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Credited cast:
Bronwyn Williams Bronwyn Williams ... Femoid
Sheldon Atlas Sheldon Atlas ... Hal Macne


Hal Macne just created a female android and gave her the ability to feel emotions. How ever when Femoid over hears a phone call between Hal and General Stanton, she learns that her emotions are going to be taken away and she is going to be a weapon. Outraged and betrayed she attacks Hal when he returns, killing him. but realizes the Hal she killed was a android replicate. She calls Hal out on it and the real Hal comes in. telling her she is not going to the army, she is going to Silicon Valley, where her help is needed. Written by Unknown

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Short | Action | Drama | Sci-Fi




New Zealand



Release Date:

7 August 2015 (New Zealand) See more »

Also Known As:

Ascendance See more »

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The name Femoid comes from a combination of Female Android. See more »


References Ex Machina (2014) See more »

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A Filmmakers look back
1 May 2017 | by anthonyjellymanSee all my reviews

As the Filmmaker of the film, I feel it best to come forward and say it was amazing to work with the people involved in Femoid. The cast were a delight and committed perfectly and believably to their roles. in the end, Femoid was not without flaw, particularly in the FX department and editing, but, as a student film, at the very least, the short accomplished what it set out to do by the end. It was a real challenge to write this story, going through several versions, and I hope that doesn't show too much, but I do honestly love the final version, and the fight choreography was a nice addition too, if I can say so myself.

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