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This thread kinda sorta coincides with a previous thread I made for the Kill Bill movies. However, being technologically impared, I have no idea how to link the two of them together. Anyway, Tarantino films are, in my opinion, some of the greatest films of all time. Tarantino is easily my favorite filmmaker and director as he can convey extremely down-to-earth stories in a completely over-the-top fashion. His utilization of allusion and his trademark dark satire is enjoyable to watch any time. I know at least some other person enjoys Tarantino.
So I might as well dispel any sense of anonymity as it's a sacrifice I'm willing to make to share with you guys some of the movie projects I've been working on in the past year or so. Some of you may or may not know, but I'm a screenwriter who graduated from the VFS in 2011 and now work on various projects (some still tied with the school). Most of my initial biggest productions were through the school's "Compendium" program, which were high-budget and directed by established filmmakers. The short films I'll be posting trailers for were all shot within 12 hours on a budget of $1500 or less. Many of them have been entered in film festivals across the world, including festivals in Romania, Japan, the UK, and France. First off is my first-ever short film, The Little Mermaid, a dark adaptation of the fairy tale where the titular mermaid is a sideshow freak. Initially winning the Golden Skull at the Screamfest LA festival back in 2011, held at Grauman's Chinese Theatre in LA, it went on to win the Canadian Golden Sheaf and a Leo Award for makeup. We have just begun production on the Little Mermaid feature film and digital series, which you can keep updated on by liking our Facebook page. Here is the short itself (also available on FearNet): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hFrDbdAknws These next two are projects of a similar vein where the prompt was "Zombies in Oz". That's what it's about. The first one, No Place Like Home, is currently making the rounds in Japanese film festivals, including the Yubari International Fantastic Film Festival. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cXJMltObOTw&feature=player_embedded http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0vABa9Re6tc&feature=player_embedded The next three are not available to the public yet, but their trailers are available for a sneak preview of what's to come. Presenting the Jabberwock, Tumbling After, and Blood Runs Cold: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TVPJkMNikLE&feature=player_embedded http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PiwUUC-OMcA&feature=player_embedded http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JiMwXHgkLhE&feature=player_embedded I'll be heading to Nevada next month for Tumbling After's film festival debut. And finally, one more short, a comical reprieve from the rather dark shorts that I've posted previously, one of my final projects from my time at film school. "Stress": http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SesN83g9zB0&feature=player_embedded Hope you guys enjoy them.
Theres a new Mortal Kombat movie on the way, but fear not....this one might actually be good! I turns out that Warner Bros. is teaming up with New Line Cinema to make a brand new live-action Mortal Kombat movie, but they're getting the director who did the excellent Mortal Kombat Legacy web series to head up the project. They want the movie to offer serious tones similar to the Youtube series. Also interesting to note is that they want the movie to come out in 2013 alongside a new Mortal Kombat game. THIS IS GREAT! As long as that it isn't a movie tie-in game. I'd hate to have another Street Fighter: The Movie: The Game on our hands. Resource: http://latimesblogs....ts-partner.html