o, brave new world
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United States
Release Year & TMFF Edition:
2022 - April 2023
Elisabeth Ness
2 minutes
TMFF Awards:
April Winner - Audience Award


Wasabi “bits” are films that make you think. These evocative stories aim to unsettle the viewer, shaking up perceptions, with the ultimate aim of further conversation. They explore the influence of science and technology in our lives, asking the viewer how we are being transformed as a result of it? How do we integrate/process these influences? What are we now, and what are we morphing into?



  • Gothamlady@hotmail.com

    love this short film!!

    Reply April 11, 2023
  • Star Kahn

    Love it. I can’t wait to see what is next. I know this is one “bit” out of many more.

    Reply April 11, 2023
  • Arei Bierstock

    extremely impactful. The tension in my body increased with every word, every frame, as the lights flashed and my stress built. Sarah’s facial expressions mirrored my feelings and especially the sense of helplessness and despair.
    Really exceptional in two minutes.

    Reply April 11, 2023
  • Susan Gur

    Beautiful and frightening – Susan G.

    Reply April 12, 2023
  • Bram Lewis-The Schoolhouse Theater

    Sarah-One of the most resourceful and creative actor/writer/producer’s in the performing arts today…I was riveted, drained and encouraged by this work…haunting and hopeful…Ms.Bierstock? MORE please?

    Reply April 26, 2023
  • Arei

    A perfect reflection of how I feel. Inundated by terrible news, devastated by what is happening, and reluctantly and sadly pessimistic.
    Sarah perfectly demonstrates my accumulating despair.

    Reply April 27, 2023
  • Melina Bradley

    Excellent Artistic and inspiring
    5 Stars!

    Reply April 30, 2023

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