Directed by: Richie Mitchell
Synopsis: A recently fired Math Professor, using illegally obtain credit and health information, creates an algorithm that is able to predict the outcome of the lives of the people around him—including their death.
• Boston Science Fiction Film Festival 2013
• Philip K. Dick Science Fiction Film Festival 2012
• Moving Image Film Festival Future World Showcase 2012
"One of the most compelling indie flicks of the year" - Rogue Cinema
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RICHIE MITCHELL (writer/director/producer)
During his studies, Richie's short films have screened in festivals on both sides of the border. Since moving to Toronto, 2010 Richie has directed a growing number of music videos, 3 of which were funded by muchFACT!; a division of a Canadian music television channel. In 2011 Richie (and his co-director) earned an ECMA Music Video of the Year nomination for his Two Hours Traffic “Noisemaker” music video (see below) and has worked as a VFX Editor for Shark Teeth Films; creating commercial animatics and contributing as VFX coodinator on feature length film Good Satan.
After two feature length projects failed to obtain proper financing and move past development, early 2011 Richie bit the bullet and self financed and directed a contained sci-fi feature length film he wrote; a lo-no budget project loaded with cerebral mathematics and 1980 synthesizers