June 1st we’ll be at the Spokane Comicon with Blu-ray and DVD copies of Project London for sale. Along with the Soundtrack CD, Project Manhattan, the Project London graphic novel and Posters!! We will also have a small collection of items autographed by key Cast + Crew Members. Stop by for a chat and a chance to get your copy of Project London!Read More [..]
Last Saturday I drove up to the Post Office with the last van load of packages for our Kickstarter Backers. Woot! I’m so delighted to have shipped all the Kickstarter Rewards. I’m also very grateful to our Kickstarter Backers for helping us get the move onto DVD and Blu-ray Disks along with creating our Soundtrack CD. Feedback has been coming in and I’m hearing that people are enjoying the movie and that is super great. Packages have are arriving all over this planet–from New Zealand and Japan to South Africa, Brazil, Russia, and all over Europe and the U.S.A.Read More [..]
Thank you to everyone who has backed and supported us to this point. We are now focused on creating the assets needed to make disks! There are several steps in the process including the following.Read More [..]
Jen Page just completed a really great interview with SciFiPulse, talking about her many projects, primarily Project London, with lots of detail. She’s brilliant. Check it out below.Read More [..]
Check out the interview we did with Meescha and Tim of Surfing Aliens. We had a blast and here’s a bit of the writeup from theirRead More [..]
Ben introduces his audience to Project London, which you know is a feature-length, science-fiction, action-adventure movie with 774 visual effects made by over 250 volunteers. He’s also blogged about the movie and yesterday, sat down with Ian, writer and director, Phil, executive producer, film maker and all around mastermind and Jen , a principle actor playing Xing Xing Fix.
Ben talks about actually creating the movie, the technology that went into the movie, auditioning, Creative Commons, the passion that goes into a volunteer project, 774 freaking visual effects shots, and of course, who’s going to sing at the end of the podcast. Also Half Acre Day who did some amazing music for the film, swampy green hair and the future of the future with Project London! Check it out!
This is a Project London behind the scenes featurette! It details how we brought The Goose, the featured lifter in the movie, to life. The Goose started out as a Vietnam War era Choctaw Helicopter that we shot in a hanger at Paine Field (Everett, WA). But that was only the beginning because we had to remove all evidence that it was a helicopter and turn it into a proper lifter for the Alien + Earthling world of Project London. As a combined digital and practical set item, we are very proud of the work done to create this very central item of the narrative. What do you think?Read More [..]
Monday, December 3rd was a fabulous evening and the night that the Cast + Crew got to see a finally finished, Project London. My heart was overflowing with gratitude to be able to thank everyone who helped us finish this labor of love. The text of my speech was concise, but it still took three pages to recognize, thank everyone and express my sincere appreciation for all the hard work and effort that went into this movie.
Monday was also the day that we launched our Kickstarter Campaign to raise the necessary funds to make DVD, Blu-ray and Soundtrack Album disks. It’s totally amazing to me that the halfway mark in the campaign was smashed in less than 5 days.Read More [..]
Project London is being released on an unsuspecting planet and the details of this news have been shared via press release to news outlets around the globe as a public service to humanity. Long story short, you can now buy your own copy of Project London on DVD and Blu-ray Disk along with the Soundtrack Album via Kickstarter. The release goes on to announce access to never-before-seen footage from the movie, an exclusive new song for the movie by Half Acre Day and more.Read More [..]
Project London, perhaps the most ambitious almost-no-budget effects movie ever attempted, is done! It’s finished! And now you can help us help you enjoy this movie… by buying it. We’ve launched a Kickstarter campaign to raise just the necessary funds to make DVD and Blu-ray disk packages along with a soundtrack album! Please help us achieve this goal by buying your own copy of this movie today. Your reward? This movie will eat your planet.Read More [..]