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Settlers, the new Sci-Fi western set on Mars, is available on-demand starting today. I had the chance to speak with director Wyatt Rockefeller about his inspirations for the film, the themes it portrays, and the best movie robot of the year.
A western, on Mars. That’s the pitch with Settlers, the debut feature from Wyatt Rockefeller, a film that tells the story of a family farmstead in the middle of nowhere on Mars. True to its pitch, the story is difficult and bleak, but it doesn’t quite live up to its potential, while it does feature excellent performances all around.
Small towns have a certain appeal. The pace is slower, and the community can be close-knit. When things are good, small-town living is the sweet life, but life can turn sour when things aren’t so good and never recover. Kiewarra is this type of town, one that was shattered by the murder of a young woman, Ellie Deacon, some twenty years ago and never quite recovered, and now that three people are dead, things might only get worse.
Imagine that you have met the love of your life. You have an adorable meet-cute, you share a magical first date, and you connect on a profoundly deep level. Now, imagine that your memories of this relationship are slowly dripping away. This is the story of Little Fish, a love story set in the midst of a global pandemic that causes memory loss and one that will break and fill your heart in equal measure.