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Contra-Internet: Jubilee 2033

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Inspired by Derek Jarman’s 1978 queer punk film 'Jubilee', 'Contra-Internet: Jubilee 2033' follows author Ayn Rand and members of her Collective, including economist Alan Greenspan, on an acid trip in 1955. Guided by an artificial intelligence named Azuma, they are transported to a dystopian future Silicon Valley. As Apple, Facebook, and Google campuses burn, Azuma reveals that Ayn has become a celebrity philosopher to tech executives, as her writings foster their entrepreneurial spirit. Amidst the wreckage, Rand and The Collective are introduced to the internet and observe techies being captured by anti-campus groupies. Once inside an occupied office park, the group encounters Nootropix, a contra-sexual, contra-internet prophet, who lectures on the end of the internet as we know it. Seeking respite, Rand and The Collective find themselves at Silicon Beach, where chunks of polycrystalline silicon mix with sand and ocean.
Official Selection Berlinale 2018 - Forum Expanded


Type of film
Running Time
29 mins
Zach Blas
Ali Roche, Tiffany L. Gray, Tara De Maro, Jaclyn Amor (Extra Credit Studios)
Amy von Harrington
Zach Blas
Director of Photography
Alison Kelly
Production Designer
Alexah Acuna, Kevin Gallo
Supervising Sound Editor: Tom Sedgwick; Sound Designer and Assistant Sound Editor: Benjamin Hurd; Sound Recording Engineers: Victoria Carrillo, Ada Douglas, Fred Oliveira
Principal Cast
Susanne Sachsse, Dany Naierman, Lindsay Hicks, Fusako Shiotani, Raquel Gutiérrez, Cassils
Visual Effects Artists
Harry Sanderson, Daniel Swan


Production status


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Last updated 6th February 2018

Production Company

US, UK coproduction

A Creative Capital, Extra Credit Studios project

Zach Blas

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