Hey guys. Finally decided to take advantage of the small piece in the description saying "An opportunity to bang on about your latest video or production". So, I've been working on a short film titled "The Irredeemables".
Coming soon (2013)
Whether you have noticed it or not, I have always tried to incorporate the feedback you have given me to the next project I'm working on. Around the time of Doppelgänger you mentioned it might be time to ditch the non-verbal narrative and try to bring back vocal acting. Other thing that has constantly been mentioned is getting other people involved in the projects, aka getting more actors. Among other things that have been popping up is giving greater emphasis to plot and lesser to VFX. I have tried improve many of these aspects with The Irredeemables.
The Irredeemables is roughly 11 minutes long short film inspired by The Roadside Picnic and especially it's deriative works (S.T.A.L.K.E.R game series). For those unfamiliar with the setting, it takes place after fictional "second" nuclear accident in Chernobyl area, essentially bringing some supernatural elements and whole bunch of human greed together in a bit like modern wild west setting.
There has been total of seven people working on the project, which includes four actors, one voice actor, a composer and old acquaintance who lended some gear for us. It is longer than my usual videos, but more actors allowed for many more things to be included. It has been both great and logistically challenging to work with both old and new people. The short will be scored by David J. St-Hill (www.djshmusic.com), making it our second collaboration.
Most of the work is already done and the largest portion missing is David finishing his soundtrack. The pieces he has written so far have been very good. After his work is done, I expect to be able to release the film in very little time.
i'd like to thank you for the feedback you have given me in past, I hope you'll enjoy The Irredeemables once it's finished. I have posted plentyful amount of sceenshots and other sneak-peaks in Twitter and Google+, for those who might have account there.