The New Politics

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6 min | 2016 | Sci Fi |

it is the year 2056, and the two major political superpowers are on the brink of war with one another. In order to settle their major disputes they choose to elect some of their best and most promising candidates to battle on behalf of the nation.
these are The New Politics.

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In:Sight

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5 min | 2016 | Sci Fi |

In a world where memories can be digitally recorded and replayed. A young woman discovers her true origins by viewing her father’s memories.

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// ArtFX OFFICIEL // In:Sight from ArtFX OFFICIEL on Vimeo.

ArtFx : l’école des effets spéciaux, du cinéma d’animation 3D et du jeu vidéo. artfx.fr
“Dans un monde où les souvenirs peuvent être numérisés et visionnés. Une jeune femme découvre ses véritables origines en regardant les souvenirs de son père.”

Réalisateurs / Directors : LOLA ROSSI, KELLY BONIN, ESTELLE LAGARDE, RAFAEL LOPEZ, CLEMENT SANNA
Musique / Music : Perturbator
Arrangements / Mix : Nicolas Garaud
PAGE FACEBOOK OFFICIELLE DU FILM :
facebook.com/InSight-Le-film-1321567784538175/?fref=ts

Battleborn

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4 min | 2016 | Action | Sci Fi |

In-Game Cinematics and Level Introductions for Gearbox Software’s BattleBorn

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Battleborn – Final Cinematic from Interritus Audio on Vimeo.

Dialogue Editor, SFX Editor, & Re-recording Mixer with Ken McGill, Jai Berger, and Colin Devarney while at Defacto Sound
Delivered in 7.1 Surround and all materials localized to 4 other languages for international distribution


State Zero

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17 min | 2015 | Action | Sci Fi

In the near future, the capital of Sweden has turned into a post-apocalyptic wasteland. We join four soldiers on a routine mission in ‘Zone 3’, with the assignment to investigate an old surveillance tower that just went offline.

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IMMERSION

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10 min | 2015 | Sci Fi |

Immersion has taken the world by storm. Initially created as a virtual gaming platform more enticing than reality, its simulations have become so convincing that criminals are now being treated as patients inside virtual reality. Pairing the worlds of Immersion with nanotechnology has unlocked the key to modifying brain behavior. We can now cure a murderer, heal an addict. But change can happen both ways.

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IMMERSION – Sci Fi Short Film from Raphael Rogers on Vimeo.

Managed by Scott Glassgold of I AM Entertainment
APA – Ryan Saul, Adam Perry

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Shot with Red Epic and Sony a7s primarily. One 5DIII shot.
Anamorphic lenses and Canon Lenses.
Edited with Premiere. All the VFX was done by two of us using After Effects.


The Akira Project

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5 min | 2014 | Action | Sci Fi |

After a year and a half in post-production, we are proud to present the project to Akira fans the world over. We hope to have done justice to the timeless work of Katsuhiro Otomo and look forward to, someday, seeing the full scope of the Akira story translated to the big screen as a live-action.

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The Akira Project – Live Action Trailer (HD Official) from CineGround on Vimeo.

The Akira Project is a crowd-sourced, non-profit project meant to create a live action fan trailer of AKIRA, the renowned manga-turned-anime film from the late 1980′s; a stunning example of both mediums as art forms. While Hollywood has been working on a live-action Akira movie for a few years now, we, as fans, wanted to take a shot at making our own adaptation. A chance to stick as close to the source material as possible. A chance to do Akira Justice.
We launched an Indiegogo campaign in July 2012 as part of a crowd sourcing effort to make this project come to life. Many people contributed not just financially but offered their time and talent to help the production that was shot in Montreal, Quebec from November 2-5th 2012. What started out as a simple idea between two guys having a beer (Hey! It’d be cool to see Kaneda ride his bike around Neo-Tokyo!), became a global endeavour, filled with adventures and hurdles, involving more than 40 artists in 12 different countries.

For more information: akira-project.com
Facebook: fb.com/projectakira
Twitter: twitter.com/Project_Akira
Production company: cineground.com
Contact us at: info@akira-project.com

Music:
1. Score: Icarus (Main Theme) Deux Ex – Michael McCann (iTunes: itunes.apple.com/ca/album/icarus/id499097665?i=499097668)
2. End Credits: Kiyoko – Le Matos : soundcloud.com/lematos/kiyoko
Shot on RED Epic-X with Kowa Prominar Anamorphics, Cooke MiniS4, Leica Summicron-C.
Partners: CineGround, GreenGround, EZ Designs, Location Snap Shots, Studio Nora, Badpen Studios
Producer/Director: Nguyen-Anh Nguyen
Director of Photography: Jan Belina-Brzozowski
Visual Effects Supervisor:Santiago Menghini
Production Designer: Laura Nhem
Kaneda Shotaro: Osric Chau
Tetsuo Shima: Xavier Yuvens
Yamagata: Simon Li
Kei: Judy Wong
Production Manager: Aurélie Bernos
First Assistant Director: Andreas Mendritzki
Line Producer: Aonan Yang
Editor: Arnaud Faure
Sound Design: EchoLab.TV
Sound Designers: Gavin Little, Joe McHugh:
Post Production Supervisor: Simon Allard
Executive Producer: Osric Chau
Producers: Santiago Menghini, E. Nova Zatzman
The Colonel: George Manley
Lt. Yamada: Simu Liu
Special Forces: Steve Kasan, Phi Huynh, Minh Thuy Nguyen,
Jean Mai, Giancarlo Talarico
Number 26/Akira: Anh Tuan Truong
Clown Gang Biker: Luong Chun Wai
Biker: Ranga Rajachandra
See full credit list here: akira-project.com/team/


POLIS

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8 min | 2014 | Sci Fi | Thriller |

Set in the distant future, POLIS is a sci-fi thriller about David Porter, a young telepath whose search for his mother threatens to uncover a utopian society’s horrifying secrets.

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POLIS from Steven Ilous on Vimeo.

Directed by Steven Ilous
Written by Daniel Perea
Starring Parker Young (ENLISTED), Dileep Rao (INCEPTION, AVATAR), Mark Kelly ( DO-DECA- PENTATHLON MAD MEN)
Original Music by ELECTRIC YOUTH and ROOM8
Funded by DEFY MEDIA and NEW REGENCY