If you were forced to flee your own war-ridden country, would you sacrifice what makes you human to survive?
Set in the near future of a dystopian London, with a scarily relevant and frighteningly foreboding reality, the film explores the dire consequences of a world without humanity, as the sisters try to escape their war-torn country.
BAFTA winner Sophie Kennedy Clarke (Philomena, Nymphomaniac), Tony Award winner Frances Ruffelle (Les Misérables) and newcomer Louise Salter drive us though this empowering female-led futuristic short film.
How to be Human secures worldwide release via leading sci-fi short film distributor, DUST.
How To Be Human Announces Feature-Length Version
“The English short “How to be Human” by Bruno Centofanti premiered in the Festival Science Fiction and our review of the film, in addition to being positive, turned out to be somehow prophetic”
25th RAINDANCE 2017 Interview
Bruno Centofanti talks to The New Current ahead of the How To Be Human Raindance screening, discussing filmmaking inspirations and the future of How to be Human.
Science Fiction: A Tragic Prophecy…
“How to be Human dealt with the spectrum of human emotions, despite its post-apocalyptic robot science sci-fi climate. With its impressive special effects the film presented a dense and mysterious universe that could have developed in feature film!”
Check this out. A film that becomes even more relevant each day
— VentSpleen (@VentSpleenUK)
-amazing/brilliant. I can see there were video views from Japan, Malta, Netherlands, Brazil to list a few #sfl17
— Ketan Majmudar (@ketan)
Investigating ‘How To Be Human’
“From within minutes the film had its claws in me and I wanted to see more. Now I get to be the impatient viewer and hope that either the story continues with more short films, or the movie gods smile and How To Be Human becomes a feature film or a TV series.”
Exit 6 Film Festival | Interview
Louise Salter talks with Exit 6 Film Festival to discusses her role within How to be Human and why science fiction is the perfect genre for this film.
Sci-Fi London | Interview
Bruno Centofanti’s interview by Mydylarama discussing the process from funding and conception to production and casting, and if a feature version is in the pipeline.