Dune Drifter (2020)


After a devastating orbital space battle, the survivor of a crashed star-fighter must navigate the harsh environment of a desolate planet to save herself before her life support expires.


During an ongoing battle for humanity, a group of rookie space fighter pilots is sent to join the battle against an armada of unbeatable enemy ships. When the trainee pilot and her gunner are shot down, they manage to crash land on a nearby planet. With the gunner mortally wounded and her own life support only set to last two days, our pilot’s only option is to fix her ship. The sudden appearance of an enemy craft offers the answer, but as the pilot looks for parts to use on her own ship she is horrified to spot another survivor; an enemy alien soldier who has no intention of letting her escape.

Similar plot to Enemy Mine (1985).


  • Phoebe Sparrow … Adler.
  • Daisy Aitkens … Yaren.
  • Simon Dwyer-Thomas … Drekk.
  • Alastair Kirton … Danforth.
  • Richard Corgan … Kanner.
  • Michael Geary … Kinnear.
  • Marcus Shakesheff … Meyln.
  • Charlotte Mounter … Callaghan.
  • Alexander Tol … Farleigh.
  • Jen Nelson … Hawthorn.
  • James Groom … Hordern.
  • Tom Nolan … Ackland.
  • Linda Louise Duan … Sousie.
  • Michael Lagin … Ferrier.
  • Asher Green … Richardson.
  • Claire Burley … Collins.
  • Chris Rogers … Squadron Commander Peppard.
  • Abigail Parmenter … Jenna (Blue 5).
  • Angela Peters … Danning (Blue 5).
  • Holly Field … Melissa Osborne (Erebus Pilot).
  • Martyn Luke … Erebus Pilot.
  • Caroline Bartholdson … Erebus Pilot (as Cajsa Bartholdson).
  • Kyle Davies … Erebus Battle Vocal.
  • Jamie O’Hara … Erebus Pilot.

Production & Filming Details

  • Director(s): Marc Price.
  • Producer(s):
    • Robert Graham … executive producer.
    • Jonathan Kendall … executive producer.
    • Michelle Parkyn … producer.
    • Jonathan Willis … executive producer.
  • Writer(s): Marc Price.
  • Music: Adam Langston.
  • Cinematography: Noel Darcy.
  • Editor(s): Marc Price.
  • Production: Dead Pixel Pictures.
  • Distributor(s): 4Digital Media.
  • Release Date: 24 October 2020 (UK, Frightfest), 03 November 2020 (Trieste Science+Fiction Festival), and 01 December 2020 (Internet).
  • Running Time: 98 minutes.
  • Rating: 15.
  • Country: US.
  • Language: English.

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