Kaleb Wentzel-Fisher sent us this a few weeks ago and I have to apologize as it was buried in my inbox. This looks very amazing – I’ve seen the photos that have inspired Kaleb and they do inspire an interesting scifi type of movie don’t you think?
Only a few days left to help get this film funded!
Wanted to say hello and great work on the blog! You may not remember me but you have posted some of my work in the past, always appreciated. I wanted to tell you about a new project of mine that you might be interested in. I recently spent some time in Serbia, Bosnia and Croatia searching for Spomeniks. Armed with only a self made map and a rental car I set out on a three week journey into the unknown. You may have seen photos of these amazing monuments around the web.
I shot super 8mm, HDSLR, mini dv and timelapse footage of these concrete masses and they inspired me to create a feature length science fiction film wrapped around a documentary. We are finished with a third of the film and just launched a kickstarter project to get some funds to help with the project, already made staff picks!
Earth is uninhabited by man. Most died, few left for Titan, a moon of Saturn. With them they took the remnants of humanity, what was left of it anyway. But there was an accident, the ships were damaged, and the remnants lost. They arrived on Titan without their history and soon began to lose their memory.
Sankofa is a film about the woman they asked to find it.
Two additional trailers
Looks cool eh?
Please consider helping Kaleb fund his dream
(cover photo credit: snap from the video)
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