North Dakota Environmental Rights Film Festival

All Possible Futures

Expired April 26, 2021 4:59 AM
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Films are available to view midnight, Sunday, April 11 through midnight, Sunday, April 25.

Set in the Sierra Nevada Mountains and overlooking the scenic Truckee Meadows, ALL POSSIBLE FUTURES is a journey through time that focuses on the possible impact of forgotten nuclear waste storage on three fictitious societies, existing many millennia in the future. The societies consist of: alien colonists repopulating a barren Earth, a species that lives in pure congruence with the environment, and a society that revived life on the planet in the model of the Sumerian city of Uruk, hoping to not make the mistakes of ancient Homo Sapiens. All Possible Futures asks what our responsibility is to future cultures and how our decisions impact a future cannot possibly know.

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    United States
  • Director
    Peter Whittenberger
  • Screenwriter
    Peter Whittenberger
  • Producer
    Peter Whittenberger