Log Line: near-future drama featuring Black scientists attempting to level the social playing field through secret distribution of advanced human-enhancement technologies.

 

Synopsis: The year is 2097 and advances in biotechnology and related fields have transformed the physical and life sciences. The result is critical new biology-related fields making it possible to genetically "engineer" a faster, stronger, smarter human being -- The Next Iteration of Human. Through government and corporate collusion, these enhancement technologies are only available in select elite circles. Exceptional is the new standard by which all social benefits are now distributed. Dr. David Clark Is a former DARPA researcher and professor of genomics, that has since gone into business ostensibly manufacturing one of the many over-the-counter fixes available to some in this near-future world, but secretly engaged in his own campaign to empower a whole generation of Black and Brown people being left behind, with advanced genetic enhancements that the Corporatocracy wants to control.

Here is the film link: 

http://youtu.be/2eNm4KJp1q0

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This looks good!

Thanks for the post. I look forward to seeing more of this. 


Thanks Jarvis, and certainly BSFS should take pride in this effort and its role in helping to bring together motivated and capable people. Thanks a bunch, and we are officially open for business on the development of the Next It web series! 

Jarvis, as a near-future drama, the ability for us to project solutions to issues we have with our competitiveness worldwide is unprecedented in Western media! The revolution will now be Broadcast! All aboard!

Jarvis Sheffield said:

This looks good!

Thanks for the post. I look forward to seeing more of this. 

Okay ... I'm a fan.

More please.


Hey, Ed,

thanks. We try'n, baby, we try'n!

Edward Uzzle said:

Okay ... I'm a fan.

More please.

I'm really excited about this!

MOAR PLEASE!!!!


Thanks, buddy. We're getting excited about the planned season. The good thing about the near-future setting, is the ability to project the outcomes we want to see. Consider that power in the context of a sci-fi political drama. The possibilities are exhilarating! 
nycplayboy78 said:

MOAR PLEASE!!!!

As I have been one of the folks that had seen a raw cut of this I must say this edit is on point. 

I like the visual of the stun glove - great little piece of tech

This is fantastic! I'm looking forward to more episodes!

Thanks, TC. It's a tough road simply because, as you know, we in this science-faction world are way, way out front of the Black body politic, which is still salivating over first person narratives and ethnographies. I think we in this world are going to have to create our own production capacity, maybe a cooperative ... who knows. Check out CulturalGrassroots.com, a crowd funding proposition that could be the source of financing for a bunch of different opportunities.

Thinkingcaveman said:

As I have been one of the folks that had seen a raw cut of this I must say this edit is on point. 

I like the visual of the stun glove - great little piece of tech


Ronald, thanks. Will keep you abreast of our progress toward production of 1st season.
Ronald T. Jones said:

This is fantastic! I'm looking forward to more episodes!

Hey all! As the writer of this pilot episode, THANK YOU! It's great to hear the positive feedback. Marlin and I are very excited to move forward with this series. No time like the present to make black sci fi web series and Afrofuturism happen!!

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