Here are some updates on all things Moonshot: Post Production The movie is days away from being complete. We have an almost-finished screener which we have used for some test screenings and for festival submissions which are currently underway. Awards Moonshot was recognized twice at the 2016 American Visions Awards hosted by American University! We […]Read More Awards, Interviews, and Release Updates
In Moonshot, the man in charge of the company sending supplies to the moon is actually a robot named Frank. It was important to the design of the film for the filmmakers to use as many practical effects as possible, so artist Travis Stevens was hired to build a hilarious puppet. He sat down to answer […]Read More Interview with Puppet Designer Travis Stevens
Well, that was fun. After an intense week of shooting and an equally intense week of recovery via Fallout 4, I’m proud to report on the success of our production. So many unfairly talented people came together to make this shoot operate so smoothly and perfectly. From our takeover of the Dupont Underground, to our transformation […]Read More Wrapped and Recovered
Picture it. In a few months’ time, you will have just finished watching Moonshot. The credits will be rolling, you’ll be wiping tears of joy from your face, and one intoxicating thought will overcome you… By Jove, I need more. Fortunately, in this near and perfect future, you will pull out your mobile device and download… That’s right, […]Read More Moonshot the Video Game? You got it.
He probably takes as many lives as he saves, but the Underground Doctor in Moonshot is the architect of our villain’s greatest weapon: his cybernetic arm. If you thought maybe we weren’t going there, then you’re obviously not hearing wailing guitar solos behind every announcement we make on this blog and you should adjust your expectations […]Read More ANNOUNCING: Alexander Barnett as The Underground Doctor
And now, ladies and gentlemen… I present a man who kicks asses professionally but manages to otherwise be a hilarious, great guy. His name is Jake Guinn, and he’s our VILLAIN, Threedee. Jake is an Atlanta based Fight Director and Movement Artist. Blending martial movement and kinetic flow arts, Jake is constantly flying back and forth between his own […]Read More ANNOUNCING: Jake Guinn as Threedee
Lots of news, people! First of all, thank you to all our backers for getting us a quarter of the way there! We have a long way to go so PLEASE help us spread the word by sharing this link: http://www.igg.me/at/moonshotmovie UPDATE: FLYING CAR So, you’re wondering what the awesome tricked out car in […]Read More PROJECT UPDATE: Flying Cars! Locations! Cinematographers! OH MY!
Designing a genre film like this means nailing a unique visual style in several different departments. Our props, costumes, and production design will all go a long way toward building the world we’re trying to create, but someone has to make all that stuff look pretty and that someone’s name is Wesley Hunt. Wes shoots […]Read More Meet Cinematographer Wesley Hunt
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Tomorrow is a very exiting day for Continuum fans in North America! The 2nd episode of Continuum Season 4 will be released on Showcase (9pm et/pt) and Syfy will be airing our Season 4 premier in the US (11pm et). I will be joining many of my cast mates for a live…
The person that first said there’s no such thing as a free lunch probably didn’t work on a film set because in this line of work you almost always literally get a free lunch. I’m writing this between takes on a studio set in Arlington and am very much looking forward to my free lunch […]Read More Indiegogo Campaign Launch