They came, they saw, they took over. In humanity’s new reality, Aramintha lives in a room with a window, under the 12 watchful eyes of two advanced beings she calls Gray and Blue. She cannot communicate with them, but it doesn’t take Gray long to show its true colors.
Episode 1: Skinny Laser
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Meet Aramintha, a free spirit in captivity, thanks to the alien invasion. She's being held in a large room inside what used to be a bank. She’s isolated from other humans and disoriented….still halfway in her old reality. In her previous life, she ditched her successful career as a financial analyst to open an internet cafe. Now she's lost everything, including her partner Sage, the love of her life. Worse, she cannot understand her alien keepers. At all. Aramintha fears her extraterrestrial captors as much as she despises them, but at the end of the day, resistance is everything.
Comika Hartford as ARAMINTHA
Created, written, directed + produced by Celia C. Peters
Sound edit, sound mix + sound design by Celia C. Peters
Sound editing, character audio by George Bafaloukos
Celia C. Peters, SERIES CREATOR/PRODUCER: @celiacpeters IG | TW | FB | IMDB
Artistic Freedom Ltd., PRODUCTION COMPANY: @artfreeltd IG | TW
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Comika Hartford, ARAMINTHA: @blamethewriter IG | TW | FB | IMDB
George Bafaloukos, SOUND EDITOR: TW
All Media is from Creative Commons and/or Public Domain Sources
INTRO THEME: Glas Zu Metall by Tagirijus. Licensed under CC BY-NC-SA 4.0
OUTRO THEME: Baseline by Nctrnm. Licensed under CC BY 4.0
“High Tension Drone” by Juskiddink. Used under CC BY 3.0
"Death Beat" by Luke Sharples. Used under CC BY 3.0
“Woman Scream 5” by J. Zazvurek. Used under CC BY 3.0
“Powereddy1” by Calmarius. Used under CC BY 3.0
"HORROB02" by NoiseCollector. Used under CC BY 3.0
“Algorithms” by Chad Crouch. Used under CC BY-NC 3.0
IN THE ZONE
What’s Out There? NASA’s Exoplanets
‘Wow, What Is That?’ Navy Pilots Report Unexplained Flying Objects (NY Times, 5.26.19)
This Harvard Professor Risked His Reputation to Study Alien Abduction Cases (SYFY.com on Dr. John Mack)
Documentary Film: Touched by Dr. John Mack
READ IT: Episode 1 Transcript
BACK-TRACK: Ooops — this is the beginning!