The Gravity of Life

This episode includes:

43,000 Feet by Campbell Hooper
Explosions by Christopher Frey
Bridge by Jochen Fitzherbert

43,000 Feet
New Zealand
You think you’ve got problems? When statistician John Wilkins is sucked out of a plane at 43,000 feet, he calculates that he has exactly 3 minutes 48 seconds before he hits the ground. Realizing he has several minutes before impact, he reflects on his past, formulates a plan to survive the fall, and rehearses what he will say to the media afterwards. Directed by Campbell Hooper. Principal cast: Dylan Pharazyn.
– Watch the film again, below.
– See the film’s IMDb entry at

As gravity appears to fail all around them, the inhabitants of a neighborhood begin to mysteriously float into the sky. After failing to save her boyfriend from this phenomenon, will she succumb to the same fate? The visually stunning film is a haunting and poetic look at loss. Written, directed and produced by Christopher Frey. Principal cast: Tegan Crowley.
– Watch the film again, below.
– Visit the filmmaker’s website at
– See the film’s IMDb entry at

New Zealand
A woman finds herself alone after dark waiting for a train on an empty platform… or so she thinks. She starts to run as she is pursued by a faceless stranger. She slips and is knocked out. When she wakes up, her world is truly upside down and she must decide if it’s time to let go of the past. Written and directed by Jochen Fitzherbert. Principal cast: Will Wallace and Sara Wiseman.
– Watch a clip from the film, below.

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