Award winning filmmaker requires a talented visual effects person to assist with our next film Predictability

Predictability is a 25 min short about an eminent scientist who has found a way to peep into the future for a brief few seconds at random future dates. Volunteers offer themselves as guinea pigs for his research however some of them have life changing experiences as a result and wish they had never taken part.

Mostly it will require having images appear on computer monitors. One is a series of computer code scrolling down the screen enabling our actors to lasso code at random, the other is a pair of theatre curtains which open and close (supposedly) by a click of the mouse which open only one set of curtains to reveal…. The curtains then close and the test resets and our volunteer repeats this again and again as different pictures can be found behind only one of the curtains each time.
A third is more code scrolling, this time appearing not on a screen but as a hologram. We have the facility to project this if we need to.

The film will be Directed by Danny Phillips who won the following awards for his last film Life is for Living: Best International Short film – BBFF -Bare Bones Film Festival Oklahoma, Audience Choice Award for Best Short Film – BBFF -Bare Bones Film Festival Oklahoma, International Award of Outstanding Excellence – IFFEHC – Jakarta, Golden World Award – World Film Awards Winner of best Kiwi Short film – Kiwi International Film Festival 2015 – New Zealand, International Filmmaker of the Year Award – Filmmakers of the Year Film Festival – Indonesia.

The DOP is Karl Schodt of Shotz Productions who has years of experience and many credits to his name.

The film has been fully cast (they are brilliant) and includes two household celebrities.

Unfortunately there is no funding so Its on a micro budget. So, no pay but $50.00 gratuity for each of the above and $50.00 per day gratuity if you are needed on set to drive it all

Filming is in April on the weekend of 9th and 10th of April.

All minors must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.


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