After an encounter with an unexpected visitor Angela doesn't feel quite the same! It's a thing, from outer space, What could go wrong?

  • Jose B Torres Medina
    Meat Up, Deathbound, Unfamiliar
  • Jose B Torres Medina
    Meat Up, Deathbound, Unfamiliar
  • Fiorela Torres Bachier
    Key Cast
  • Karen D Torres
    Key Cast
    "Delivery lady"
    The Chase
  • Jose B Torres Medina
    Meat Up, Deathbound, Unfamiliar
  • Project Type:
  • Runtime:
    6 minutes 5 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    October 31, 2022
  • Production Budget:
    200 USD
  • Country of Origin:
    United States
  • Country of Filming:
    United States
  • Language:
  • Shooting Format:
    BDPCC 4K
  • Aspect Ratio:
  • Film Color:
  • First-time Filmmaker:
  • Student Project:
  • Awesome Con Short Film Festival
    Washington, DC
    United States
    June 16, 2023
    Official Selection
Director Biography - Jose B Torres Medina

JB Torres Medina loves filmmaking; he is an award-winning Director, Cinematographer, Creator, Producer, and Actor based in Atlanta. JB is a U.S. Army Veteran, filmmaker, and mentor who splits his time between working as an industry Gaffer and mentoring up-and-coming filmmakers. He's directed and produced several short films which screened in film festivals and stream on ShortsTV.

After a short film festival run, his short film “The Street Lights Are On” was selected for distribution through ShortsTV, which has continued to trend top ten in the ShortsTV app. JB received the “Best Cinematographer” nomination for his Sci-Fi short film “Foodie,” and as an actor, JB won the “Best Local Actor” for the “24 Hours Film Race” in Atlanta, Georgia.
He is a Full Sail University of Florida alumni with a Bachelor’s Degree in Digital Cinematography.

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Director Statement

What a fun project to shoot. What do you do when your daughter visits for a few months? Shoot a short film of course.

This isn't a passion project, but maybe a love letter to old sci-fi films.
The two of us, got the gear set up, I designed and created the meteorite, lit the scenes and got to have fun while doing it. We only shot for 5-6 hours a day spread across a few weeks.

I even shot a Super8 version of the same film. That's coming out soon.

I guess, this was a passion project after all. Nothing fancy, just a father and his daughter having fun. Shot in Atlanta.