Cloning now exists, but the clones can only live one day. A man uses this to spend one last day with his lost love.
In the not so distant future, cloning has become a reality. The clones are physically perfect, but they have one flaw. They can only live for one day. A man, reeling from the sudden loss of his fiancé, chooses to bring her back to spend one last day with her. But in a world where the dead can be brought back, even for a short while, how does someone learn to let go? Graft is a Sci-Fi short that deals with grief, loss, and what it really means to be human.
Our crew has worked together on multiple projects, from horror films in the pouring rain, to high-budget studio work. We're committed to delivering the best possible film. If you are interested in working on Graft, we'd love to talk with you!
Charlotte was exuberant. Her infectious personality brought out the best in the people around her. She made an effort to find the proper balance of work and life. Passing away from a tragic car accident, and brought back through cloning, she is a only a caricature of the woman she was, but part of her may live on.
Elliot is a quiet soul. Once, he went through the world keeping to himself, not drawing much attention. But when he met Charlotte, everything changed. To Elliot, Charlotte was everything he was not, and he was instantly smitten. Her death destroys him, and he falls into a cycle of sadness and grief, finally finding hope after learning of an opportunity to spend one more day with her...
Professor at Karolinska Institutet in Sweden and the Chief Medical Officer at the Cultivar Corporation. After volunteering as a grief counsellor in university she was inspired to follow into the field of genetics to study the possibilities of human cloning. She claims that "finding a solution to overcome the sorrow of death is the next step of solving our biological defect: mortality."
We'll be spreading Graft across all major social media platforms, documenting the creation and keeping people in the loop. Half the fun of modern filmmaking is sharing the process with our audience, so they can take each step with us.
Good science fiction asks its audience questions, and thats what we want to do with Graft. As the film finishes production and we wind up for launch, we plan to interview real people from Vancouver, posing the question, "If you could clone someone for one day, would you?". Social Media is important, but we want Graft to also have a physical presence. The interviews will be compiled into a short viral video to help promote the films release.
Some of the best modern films have had an equally effective viral marketing campaign behind them. We will create a series of advertisements set within the Graft universe for the Cultivar Corporation explaining their mission statement. These films will be rolled out in anticipation of the premiere date.