Holy crap! My mind was just blown! You've got to see this, and once you hear how this movie is being made, you're going to crap your pants. The two teaser trailers you are about to watch are for a full-length film called Project London. The film is being made with virtually no-budget. It's also a crowd-sourced film project, and it looks absolutely incredible!
This is a live-action movie with vivid, intense, and marrow-vibrating visual effects. The animators created the effects with an open source software called Blender. It was created by 250 volunteers from across the world, and it’s led by The Triumvirate which is set in Seattle, Washington.
After WWII, the Nalardians, an alien race, have brought their technology to Earth. Peace reigns under the world government they helped create, the Joint Command.
Nebraska Higgins plunges into a world of intrigue and struggle when Joint Command kills his father, a hero known by his exosuit, Arizona.
Seeing a prime opportunity, the London Underground, a rugged band of revolutionaries, recruits Nebraska to join the resistance against the Joint Command.
Can Nebraska deal with the loss of his father as interplanetary calamities threaten to destroy the world around him? Earth’s fate depends on the potential in a young man’s heart.
This film is such an amazing undertaking, and I hope that this movie finds success. The film looks like it's going to be freakin' awesome, and I'm very excited to see how this film project turns out. Just the way the film is being created is quite an accomplishment. You can visit the film's website for more information. Now watch the teaser trailers, and tell us what you think!
This clip explores the world of Project London and introduces the opposing forces, Joint Command and The London Underground featuring the song Multiply performed by Half Arce day, available exclusively on the Project London Soundtrack.
This is the first clip to be shown from Project London that includes live action footage composited with the animations we created using Blender. Half Acre Day let us use their music on this ("Astronauts" from their album, "Fourteen Trips Around The Sun").
This clip was created and released to attract Blender Artists to their project.