This is a movie series, in SIX parts. The first to be released is a prequel, with a focus on the period from late 2009 into 2010. Thinking back to that period, did you know the Western was alive and well? Well, this is a documentary and it seems like it has all the elements of the Western genre. (incidentally, the website IMDB does not allow the documentary category to include any cross-categorization. i.e. if a film is documentary, they declare that it cannot be any other genre! lol)
"TimeSpace Chronicles" Wave F = Gold Mine Gang can be included in the Western subgenres of:
Contemporary Western or Neo-Western
One example of a Western movie is "The Devil's Backbone" also known as "The Deserter". This is a great film and ahgameN considers it one of his favorites. As far as categorization, it is a "military western" and it is certainly NOT a Revisionist Western. Does this have anything to do with our "Gold Mine Gang"? Not much at all, but they are both Westerns in the general sense. "The Devil's Backbone" is obviously action, adventure, drama, war movie. Yet "Gold Mine Gang" is more diverse and eccentric, going far beyond the Western, the action, the adventure, and the drama genres.
To make things even more clear, yet complicated, this documentary is so experimental that it has to be presented in a way that is Science-Fiction, as well as Fantasy genre. It is actually based upon a real science however, a complex scientific theory which is known as Chronocosmonomy.
Here is a VERY rough mash-up to provide a primitive teaser for Gold Mine Gang, the prequel to "TimeSpace Chronicles" Wave F.
(warning: contains brief scenes of nudity in context - not gratuitous)