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Long After Us

Country: Canada, Language: English, 5 mins

  • Director: Eden Potter

CGiii Comment

A mixed media bonanza or catastrophe? It all depends on how you view it!

As they say....less is more. This has, perhaps, too much.


The(ir) Blurb...

LONG AFTER US is an attempt to shine light on the beauty and complexities of the human experience through motifs of memory, death and transgender identity. In post-apocalyptic earth, a small creature uses the previous belongings of humans to briefly peer into their life. This story follows the encounter of a long abandoned cellphone once owned by a human named Ash. Every life holds a rapid catalog of experiences, but what does the creature see in Ash’s?

Cast & Characters

Myles Murray (as (voice))