The award-winning science fiction film First Signal is set in 2014 when the Air Force Space Command receives a signal from an alien satellite in orbit and arrives at Amazon in 68 countries around the world.
First Signal was an official selection of 27 film festivals, 16 of which were won, including Best Feature Film, Best Director, Best Screenplay, Best Actor, and Best Actress. When the Air Force Space Command receives a signal from an alien satellite in orbit, an emergency meeting with the president reveals a government conspiracy – this is the first installment in the First World universe.
“After a successful film festival and a limited theatrical release, I am pleased to announce that the film has hit Amazon all over the world,” said writer / director Mark Lund. “The journey to bring First Signal from concept to Amazon took four years. Now viewers around the world have an opportunity to familiarize themselves with the First World universe. “
The First World Universe began over ten years ago when Lund wrote the screenplay First World. The origins of the story revolve around the Apollo space program and the discovery of an alien presence on Earth. With NASA and private space companies planning a return to the moon, extrasolar planets discovered regularly, and new communication technologies looming on the horizon, the timing for First Signal couldn’t be better. First Signal is not trying to answer the question of whether we are alone in the universe, but what would the world do if an alien presence were already here. The sequel to First Signal will be First Launch.
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First Signal Stars Paul Noonan (General John Reager), Conor Timmis (Cedric Yonah), Wendy Hartman (President Helen Colton), Patience McStravick (Major Ellen Sampson) and Stephanie Eaton (National Security Advisor Elisabeth Seward). With Chris Goodwin (James Griffith), Michael Anthony Coppola (Senator Paul Hadrian), Lindy Nettleton (Prime Minister Allison Colby) and Yefim Somin (Russian President Sergei Tupolov). Intelligence Agents, David Afflick (Chief Agent), David Matthew Jenkins, Jeff Bouffard, Eli Ward and AJ Cvan.
The film is distributed by Indie Rights of Los Angeles. Further VoD sales outlets will be announced at a later date.
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