To build the future, we looked to the past.
January 30, 2013 7:43 PM Subscribe
posted by filthy light thief (41 comments total)
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"You may find my actions extreme, but for a crew of sufficient numbers, if a suitable destination could be found, no return destination would be needed. Therefore, I have had to improvise, with our ship, with our crew.
" The goal was to make a short sci-fi film, but without CGI, greenscreens, or other digital trickery, instead relying on camera tricks, miniature photography, and stop-animation. And now it is done: C 299,792 km/s
The film cost $40,000, collected from two Kickstarter fundraisers. The movie website
has some information, and Wired has more details of the making of the film
, including an interview with one of the two brains behind the film.