Unregistered Is a Sci-Fi Short That’s Dystopian and Political

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Actor Trevor Jackson and director Sophia Banks joined host Pat Regan at the Vulture Spot during Tribeca Film Festival to discuss their short film, Unregistered. The piece is a look at Los Angeles 20 to 30 years in the future, at a time where government control is tyrannical and Americans are limited to a single child — all of whom must be registered.

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Unregistered Is a Dystopian and Political Sci-Fi Short