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Two scientists are selected to travel across the universe to the source of a distant transmission and potential life.

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Cane
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Eva
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Awan
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Seth
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Matilda
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Delin
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The Target
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John Fitzsimmons ...
Listener

Directed by

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Daniel Fitzsimmons

Written by

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Neil Atkinson ... ()
 
Daniel Fitzsimmons ... ()

Produced by

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Neil Atkinson ... producer
Jim Fitzsimmons ... producer
Jennifer Handorf ... producer
Alison C. Wroblewski ... associate producer

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Baltic Fleet

Cinematography by

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Nick Gillespie
Billy J. Jackson

Film Editing by

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Jacob Proctor

Editorial Department

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Soren Kloch ... digital intermediate film supervisor
Martin Sansom ... colourist

Production Design by

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Jon Revell

Art Direction by

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Alan Davey
Sarah Jones

Costume Design by

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Jon Revell

Makeup Department

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Demi Amat ... assistant makeup artist
Mazie Gatt ... assistant makeup artist
Debbie Lezemore ... makeup artist
Saffron Powell ... key makeup artist

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Jennifer Handorf ... first assistant director
Harriet Macdonald ... second assistant director
Michelle Nduku ... third assistant director

Art Department

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Zachary Apo-Tsang ... carpenter
Zahra Athaya ... set dresser
Gintare Beinoraviciute ... painter
Carys Brown ... painter
Connor Cahill-Hayes ... property master
Darcy Cox ... carpenter
Jack Defer ... props
Layla Griffin ... painter
Alyssia Kremin ... assistant art director
Stephen Maddison ... props (as Steve Maddison)
Rachael Mao ... carpenter
James Mason ... carpenter
Monica Paisley ... painter
Charles Parnell ... set dresser
Hermes Pittakos ... set constructor: second unit
Will Sanders ... assistant art director
Rajha Shakiry ... assistant art director
Thomas Tuohey ... props (as Tom Tuohey)

Sound Department

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Sung Rok Choi ... Re-recording Mixer
Jill Defiel ... dialogue editor
Lois Jones ... sound recordist
Veronica Li ... dialogue editor
Samson Neslund ... sound effects editor
Arafat Olayo ... boom operator
Kimberly Patrick ... supervising sound editor / sound designer (uncredited)

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Sam Ashurst ... special effects assistant
Verity Filipow ... special effects technician
Dan Martin ... special effects
Jess Murphy ... special effects technician
Sarah Welsman ... special effects technician

Visual Effects by

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Justin Fleming ... visual effects
Colin J. Smith ... visual effects
Nichola Solan ... additional concept design

Stunts

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Mark Johnston ... stunt coordinator
Michael Mitchell ... stunts

Camera and Electrical Department

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George Aguis ... lighting technician
Lee Arnold ... digital imaging technician
Mark Holownia ... gaffer
Kiri Nicholetts ... gaffer
Chris Wetton ... assistant camera
Paul Wiseman ... assistant camera

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Daisy Marcuzzi ... costume supervisor
Olwen Morray ... costume maker/stand-by
Lucy Porter ... costume maker/stand-by
Rebecca Seager ... costumer
Stacey Talbot ... costume assistant

Location Management

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Callum Shepherd ... location manager

Transportation Department

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Bulent Ozdemir ... driver

Other crew

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Beth Agar ... script supervisor
Louise Fitzsimmons ... choreographer
Funda Osman ... production assistant
Lauren Quashie ... production assistant

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

Two scientists are selected to travel across the universe to the source of a distant transmission and potential life.

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Also Known As
  • Bennszülött (Hungary)
Runtime
  • 86 min
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Did You Know?

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Goofs As the space ship appears to be traveling in normal space (rather than some kind of hyper drive or warp drive and such), under relativistic speed, the two scientists would experience time dilation, meaning time will pass much slower for them than the people back on whatever planet they launched from. Their twin counterparts would have died of old age while little time had passed on the space ship. Even instantaneous communication would be slowed down by the speed of thought being dilated too. See more »

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