BREEDING GROUNDS to Receive NYC Premiere at NewFilmmakers, 2/17

By: Feb. 09, 2016
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Seattle Filmmakers' Collective (SFC) is proud to announce the New York City premiere of Breeding Grounds, a sci-fi short film starring Telisa Steen, Tabitha Bastien, Matt Dy, and Pearl Klein, written by Jeff Barber, and directed by Mark Chandler. The film will screen as part of the NewFilmmakers' third short film program at 8:30PM Feb. 17th, at the Anthology Film Archives, Lower East Side at 32 Second Ave. and 2nd Street. Tickets are $7 for the whole evening, available onsite only. For more information, visit

Breeding Grounds is a short film and transmedia project about a trio of World War III survivors who trade their procreative services for a chance at a new life in a safe haven. The film chronicles their first 80 days at Eastern Reach, a former government facility that evolved into a thriving community devoted to repopulating America. In a world with few people and very few men, Doctor Aubrey Mullins leads the community by imposing a new social order predicated on people joining a triple relationship-"two women, one man, and all the children you can bear"-as Sister Aubrey says in the community propaganda. Members who fail to produce are returned to the savage circumstances outside the walls of Eastern Reach.

To learn more about Breeding Grounds, visit the project home page or IMDB.