Beyond Black Mesa is a short Independent fan film Inspired by the Half-Life Video Game series. This is an action packed short film centering around Adrian Shephard and a band of resistance fighters struggling to get out a warning about the impending invasion.
– Independent short film – 2 years in the making – Endless hours of post
– 1 Canon HV20
– 7 Friends
– $1,200 budget for the full short film.
This film is not HL,HL2 or Opposing Forces. It’s a short fan film that takes place in the Half-Life world. Also, as a completely independent film, we wanted to have a creative voice in the movie and make it a movie that we would enjoy shooting. We took artistic freedoms and liberties, unfortunately most of those decisions were determined by our limited resources.
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Directed by Brian Curtin
Producer: Matt Hall, Mat Powell
Actors/Grips: Joy Gravel, Walt Thomas, Andrew Gothard
Special Tracks: Nate Quarterman
Narrator: Taylor Robinson
Audio Mastering: Eric Chapman
Rad short film put together for an Intel commerical.
Intel has released a short film titled “The Chase” was created by Intel to build excitement around the 2nd Generation Intel® Core™ i5 processor. The two minute spot “demonstrates the performance capabilities of the new processors by creating an action-movie style chase sequence that takes place through a wide variety of program windows on a computer desktop.”
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Take the well-known theme to the blockbuster film Jurassic Park. This piece, written by famous composer John Williams, is great to listen to just by itself at normal speed. But thanks to a Soundcloud contributor by then name of birdfeeder, he took this renowned orchestral theme and slowed it down 100 times. The result not only gives us a new haunting piece of music that lasts about an hour. But it manages to amplify the emotional intensity of the score.