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First World (film)

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First World
File:First World Poster 2007.jpg
Theatrical poster
Directed byAdam Starr
Written byMark Lund
StarringAngelina Spicer
Jeffrey Phillips
Zebulun Huling
Lindy Nettleton
Marianne Phinney
Release date
  • May 25, 2007 (2007-05-25)
Running time
25 minutes
CountryUnited States

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First World is a 2007 independent science fiction short film written and produced by Mark Lund and directed by Adam Starr. This 25 minute short has bypassed the traditional film festival circuit and has been distributed primarily at science fiction conventions in the United States, Japan, Australia and Great Britain.[1][2][3] The short is based on a feature length screenplay of the same name and was primarily produced as a promotional tool to secure production of the long version of the story.[4]


Mark Lund wrote the original screenplay for First World in early 2006 when he served as a judge on Skating with Celebrities. The short was produced entirely in Massachusetts in the fall of that year with post production finishing in February 2007. Archive footage from President Kennedy and President Ronald Reagan is used in the production.


  • Angelina Spicer as Secretary of State Elisabeth Seward
  • Jeffrey Phillips as President Robert Anderson
  • Zebulun Huling as Cedric
  • Lindy Nettleton as Prime Minister Allison Colby
  • Mark Lund as Steven Johnson
  • Marianne Phinney as Susan Anderson
  • Michael Coppola as Secret Service Agent
  • Gregg Creeden as Chief of Staff
  • Steven Dennis as Secret Service Agent
  • Kristi Drake as Aide to the Prime Minister


According to IMDB, the short has screened at a total of twenty one science-fiction conventions between 2007-2009.[5] On November 10, 2008 First World was the only science fiction film that screened in India at The First Ever National Discussion on Science Fiction.[6] On March 24, 2009, First World was released on DVD through IndieFlix.[7] On May 13, 2009, First World debuted on Hulu.[8]


The music was originally scored by Epinero.

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