Future '38 — Trailer

source:   future38.com

added: Sun, Dec 31st '17

Why not ring in the new year with a good old-fashioned screwball comedy set in the far-off future of 2018 A.D.!

Check out the trailer for "Future '38," an indie spoof that pays a sentimental homage to both the science-fiction films and the screwball comedies of the 1930s and '40s.

Winner of the Audience Award at the 2017 Slamdance Film Festival, "Future '38" stars Nick Westrate (from the AMC series "TURN: Washington's Spies") as an American secret agent who, while on a mission to stop Hitler, time travels from the drab colorless year of 1938 to the stunning spect-a-color world of 2018 where he befriends a fetching modern-day woman (played by Betty Gilpin, star of the hit Netflix series "G.L.O.W.").

Co-starring Robert John Burke and Ilana Becker with appearances by "Star Trek: Voyager" alum Ethan Phillips, "Blade Runner" star Sean Young and Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson, the film is written and directed by television writer/producer Jamie Greenberg whose credits include co-creating the 1990s kids series "Where in the World Is Carmen Sandiego?"

"Future '38," which is presented as a "lost" Technicolor film that had recently been unearthed from a Hollywood vault, will be made available on VOD starting Tuesday, January 2nd.

The Peppiest Picture of 1938! An American Agent Travels Through Time to Hamstring Hitler!

Transported to the year 2018 AD, he finds a strange world of silvery skyscrapers, connected computers, and working women! He hobnobs with hoodlums, infuriates the Fuhrer, and goes gaga for a gal 80 years his junior! To save the world he must leave his love behind...

What will he choose?! (Shucks that'd be telling! ...You'll have to BUY A TICKET!)

Pleasure beyond measure in this future-feature... In stunning 1938 Spect-a-color.


directed by   Jamie Greenberg

starring   Betty Gilpin, Nick Westrate, Robert John Burke, Ethan Phillips, Sean Young, Robert John Burke, Ilana Becker, Neil deGrasse Tyson

release date   January 2, 2018 (on VOD)

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