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Pioneer One

An object in the sky spreads radiation over North America. Fearing terrorism, U.S. Homeland Security agents are dispatched to investigate and contain the damage. What they discover will have implications for the entire world.

That’s the premise of Pioneer One, an original web series distributed under the Creative

Commons license.

Here’s episode 1:

[via Valentin D. Ivanov]

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4 Comments on Pioneer One

  1. Wow. This is AWESOME. It’s productions like this which give me hope for independent sci-fi films!

  2. Rick York // August 9, 2010 at 7:58 pm //

    This is an extraordinary debut given the extremely limited budget.  Watch it, then donate what you can at this site:

    http://vodo.net/pioneer_one

     

    The IO9 link to the funding site is wrong.

  3. It’s GREAT! Thanks for posting.

     

    The subtitles are horrible. I itch to edit them.

  4. Saw this a couple of months ago, and whilst it falls short of ‘regular tv’ it is still of easily high enough quality to be watchable and did entrigue me enough to keep an eye out for more.

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