Apparently in Canada there’s a funding body called the Independent Production Fund, which backs indie webseries year after year. Many genre shows have come alive thanks to this. One of them vying for funding this year is called Inhuman Condition. It’s a cross between the character work of HBO’s In Treatment and the politics of otherness we’ve seen in X-Men or Sanctuary. Take a look:
“An empathetic therapist deals with patients struggling to be human.
In a world where the supernatural is known but scorned, werewolves, zombies and beings with supernatural afflictions attempt to live normal lives in human society. Many are closeted. Few are accepted.
To help them fit in, and to navigate the problems in their lives, they come to Dr. Michelle Kessler. A therapist by trade, Kessler is equal parts strong and empathetic, providing her patients a safe space to explore and understand themselves in a world where losing grip could put their families at risk. Self-hatred, alienation. The burdens of carrying impossible secrets. The struggle to feel human.“
Sounds cool. Reminds me of Sanctuary – which did indeed start as a webseries!
Let’s give ’em some comments & shares so they move to the next round!
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