FUTURESTATES: A New Online Fictional Series From ITVS

Posted on March 8, 2010
The wait is finally over! Today, ITVS launched FUTURESTATES –– a brand new online fictional series that explores many of today's complex social issues by imagining how they play out in the world of tomorrow. Each of the 11 episodes are available for free on the series website www.futurestates.tv and will be available on pbs.org in April. FUTURESTATES will also have its theatrical premiere at South by Southwest on Sunday, March 14. ITVS worked with some of today’s best and emerging indie filmmakers to complete the 11 films for the series. Contributors include acclaimed American director Ramin Bahrani, whose mini-feature entitled Plastic Bag is narrated by the legendary Werner Herzog, Greg Pak’s Mister Green and Tze Chun’s Silver Sling. What life might look like in America in the decades and centuries to come? Watch FUTURESTATES and find out >


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