Sci-Fi Short Film: “The Trap” | DUST

Explore the DUST Multiverse on our App:

A man tries to convince his skeptical friend that he has invented a trap for catching extraterrestrials.

“The Trap” by Dick Grunert

Connect with the Filmmaker:

“The Trap” Credits:
Writer/Director – Dick Grunert
Producer – Dick Grunert
Director of Photography – Patrik Thelander
Editor – Jerry Pyle
Music & Sound Design – Gregory S. Burkart
Special Make-up Efx – Caitlyn Brisbin
The Trap Design & Construction – Robert Miller
Visual Efx – Adam Lima

Starring –
Curtiss Frisle as Dave
Tony Janning as Stuart

Subscribe to the DUST Newsletter:
Subscribe to DUST on YouTube:

#DUST #scifi #shortfilm

About DUST:
DUST presents thought-provoking science fiction content, exploring the future of humanity through the lens of science and technology. From timeless classics to cutting-edge movies, series, short films, and podcasts, DUST acquires, produces and distributes all content types.

DUST is also available on Amazon FireTV, AndroidTV, AppleTV, Fubo, IMDBTV, iOS, Peacock, Roku, Redbox, Samsung TV, Sling, STIRR, Tivo, Vizio, Xumo and 7Plus. On our OTT platforms, we offer cutting-edge and classic feature films, series, podcasts, and our entire shorts library. #TheFutureAwaits

Watch on the DUST App:

Subscribe to the DUST Newsletter:”

Connect with DUST
Sign-up for DUST newsletter:
Watch DUST on your TV: Available on Roku, Samsung TV, Apple TV, Android TV…and more
Watch more on YouTube:
Follow Us on Facebook:
Follow Us on Instagram:

Listen to the DUST podcast:

About Gunpowder + Sky:
Creating content that resonates and impacts pop culture conversation, by empowering creators to take risks and experiment relentlessly in the pursuit of novel stories and formats.

Articles You May Like

A Discovery of Witches Season 3 Episode 3 Review: Matthew Seeks Atonement
The Gilded Age Episodes 1 & 2 Review: Never the New
The Walking Dead Season 8 Episode 14 Review & Reaction | AfterBuzz TV
Meat Loaf Should Have Had Two Parts in The Rocky Horror Picture Show
The Gilded Age Isn’t a Downton Abbey Prequel (But May As Well Be)

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.