If you’re a science fiction fan and you haven’t been following the exploits of DUST, the premium entertainment brand designed specifically to deliver free sci-fi content, then you are seriously missing out. Launched in August 2016, the service provides content via its Facebook and YouTube pages, DUST channel on the Roku – and yes, as we mentioned, it is totally free, no strings attached. Originally focusing on independent creator-made short films, the service has gained some serious “street cred” by working with such genre stalwarts as Doug Jones, Nguyen-Anh Nguyen, and even George Lucas (by exclusively premiering his short film, ‘Electronic Labyrinth: THX 1138,‘ late last year).
ScienceFiction.com is proud to exclusively present the poster and trailer for the newest episode of DUST and Futurism’s streaming series, ‘Glimpse.’ This week’s episode is titled Esperanto, and stars long-time Hollywood comedy actor Godfrey and frequent MTV contributor Quddus Philippe. As you can see from the poster’s tongue-in-cheek homage to another famous sci-fi TV franchise, comedic elements are blended effectively into an intriguing science fiction tale. Take a look at the trailer and synopsis below:
A scruffy journalist nabs the interview of his life when he meets billionaire tech mogul Christian White.
The two discuss his global empire, and the key to its rapid growth—an instant translation earpiece
called Esperanto. But with Christian, there’s more than meets the ear.
Be sure and catch Esperanto, the newest episode of the ‘Glimpse’ series, via Facebook Watch on October 4th starting at 8:00am PDT!
DUST is the first premium sci-fi entertainment brand that reaches fans across all platforms, giving voice to emerging, diverse and established filmmakers. We feature the best sci-fi short films, series, and innovative content that cuts through the present to invite the future. With vivid special effects, complex characters, and captivating plots, prescient themes are explored and tantalizing questions asked. Whether it’s a utopia worth striving for, an apocalypse to avoid, or a truth about the ways technology is changing the human experience – we amplify the voices and visions that will shape the future through imagination.