The Destiny of Special Agent Ace Galaksi

The Destiny of Special Agent Ace Galaksi

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Company
Space Junk Productions
Creator(s)
Maissa Bessada
Runtime
55 minutes

The lives and times of everything that ever has or ever will exist are written in the Giant Book of Destiny. Through the inattention of a slightly distracted fact checker, the backup copy has been stolen! Space Dick Ace Galaksi has 24 hours to locate it before Destiny itself is REWRITTEN. The action plays out in a 1930s style recording session with live(ish) foley – accentuated with spaced out illustrations – because when a book’s this big, it demands pictures!


Credits

Director
Martin Buote
Cast
Marlo Alcock
Martin Buote
Shawn Erker
Jamie Johnson
Liisa Kallasmaa
Dave Kouhi
JC Paquet
Stephanie Snider
Patsi Szabo
Tahlia Zaloski
Videographer
Shawn Erker
Producer
Maissa Bessada
Liisa Kallasmaa
Tahlia Zaloski
Stephanie Snider
Shawn Erker
Set Designer
Liisa Kallasmaa
Tahlia Zaloski
Sound Designer
Maissa Bessada
Illustrator
Madeleine Patton
Liisa Kallasmaa

Accessibility information

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Land acknowledgement

Our show takes place in the far reaches of space and time. It was created by people who settled on this land from locations as far out as Egypt, Estonia, France, and Poland. As we convene digitally to share our story we would like to acknowledge and remember the people who originally lived, loved, and shared their stories on this land. These are the traditional lands and territories of the Anishinaabe, which includes the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation, the Wendat, and the Haudenosaunee, as well as all those unacknowledged and unrecorded through time. Acknowledging the devastation our collective forebears wrought on the original custodians of this land, we work toward a better more equitable today through our art, as we strive to create a tomorrow with fairness and justice for all.


Content advice

Parental guidance advisedAbrupt cues

There are numerous loud explosions during the first scene of the production.


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