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    Coast of Cathay

    A lot has happened, but now unfortunately nothing really happened:

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    Huan Vu interviewed by LOVECRAFTER magazine by the German Lovecraft Society – this first edition is putting focus on Lord Dunsany, who has been an important influence on H.P. Lovecraft, especially visible in the Dreamlands stories.

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    One foot in front of the other…

    It’s a wrap for the short film after two-and-a-half additional shooting days last week-end! We had a great time together with really beautiful amazing results.

    This picture shows me spontaneously directing my personal Terrence Malick tribute shot :D – Water level wasn’t that high when we scouted two weeks ago. Love it when random luck makes a good idea even better.

    Big thanks to the whole crew and cast – and our incredible supporters at Ludwig Kameraverleih who made this possible! <3

    Meanwhile “The Dreamlands” are lurking behind the Wall of Sleep, more news very soon…


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    A new key artwork and an overview of the latest screenplay revision:

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    Another dimension

    Glimpses from another dimension! A short behind-the-scenes clip of our recent short film production:

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    First Glimpse

    Since we don’t have a lot to tell right now and we feel bad letting you all wait… Why not show you a glimpse of the script we worked so long and hard on? Here is the first page (it won’t give away anything about the story):

    The Dreamlands Screenplay – Page 1

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    Comic Con Germany

    The Dreamlands at Comic-Con Germany in Stuttgart. Huge crowd, but no one dressed up as Cthulhu?!

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    Finally something to announce! Most certainly not what you expected. Let us hear your thoughts.

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    Second rank

    Sadly we didn’t win the German Animation Screenplay Award, but we’re proud about coming second place. It was a tough competition, our congrats go to screenwriter John Chambers for his third-time win and his “Olchis” project, based on the famous children’s book series by Erhard Dietl.

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    This award aims to promote outstanding German-language screenplays for feature-length animated films. It is accompanied by 2,500 euros in prize money and will be awarded on April 27th by a jury consisting of members of the German film industry.

    You’re certainly wondering why we have participated in a contest for animated films. The answer is: Due to the fantasy elements we indeed can imagine “The Dreamlands” to become a full animated feature or a film with animated sequences. Here in Stuttgart we are surrounded by internationally acclaimed animation and VFX studios. So it definitely makes sense to consider such alternative options.

    We see the nomination as a recognition of the screenplay’s quality and as a strong sign regarding the progress this project has made so far.