Sam Fullerton plans to kill two birds with one stone in his upcoming sci-fi thriller ‘Supremacist’.
The film poster creates the suspense with the tagline ‘The youth of today will grow up in a world of tomorrow.’
This is Fullerton’s film debut whilst juggling his job at Lucid as an editor. He’s a freelance director and plans to deal with the issues of racism in modern technology. The poster shares strong comparisons to Netflix’s ‘Black Mirror’. Similarly with classic scifi films like ‘A.I – Artificial Intelligence,’ ‘i-Robot’ and ‘Ex-Machina’ , ‘Supremacist’ questions the future of post-modern race relations in the new information age.`
Aurora Fearnley is gradually placing herself in the spotlight. She’s appeared in the ‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’ and ‘Damilola: Our Loved Boy’. Her resume showcases her versatility as an writer, actor, director and producer: contributing to a host of shorts. Justin Marosa is known for his appearance in ‘Eastenders’. To date, he’s a recurring star in upcoming webseries ‘Brothers in Suits’ by Monet Morgan and will be starring in new Chuky’s ‘Mockingbird’ and ‘Epiphany’ alongside Andre Fyffe.
Max Boast has a strong experience in theatre. He’s appeared in plays such as ‘Grease’ and ‘Killing Your Number’. He makes his debut in one of his first leading roles, which could lead the way to more opportunities in film and television.
With the issues of racism being resurrected from its grave, there couldn’t be a better time than now to address it head on. Therefore, support the kickstarter if you want this issue to be addressed in this sci-fi thriller.