Nostradamus Nostradamus

Thomas Ikimi (USA) – World Premiere, Interference

25 minutes

The ethics of military drone warfare seems to be a continuing topic amongst filmmakers as films like GOOD KILL, DIRTY WARS and DRONE address issues surrounding its operation, government secrecy and emotional impact on families affected by remote controlled death.

Director Thomas Ikimi’s take on the people charged with making drone warfare is an old school, 50s-60s style thriller of contrasting doubles. As the new recruit hired to a prototype military drone program, Harry Fisher (Austin Nichols) faces an unexpected chain of events when he arrives at a remote roadside diner. Filmed in true anamorphic widescreen,

NOSTRADAMUS is offset by 5.1 surround sound that envelops the viewer, bringing them closer to the tension and intimacy within the diner.