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    Into the Abyss

    Our third teaser trailer for “The Dreamlands” is dedicated to visionary artist Zdzisław Beksiński who died today 9 years ago. Will his works never be forgotten.

    In two weeks we will launch our crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter. Please share this teaser trailer and support us!

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    Arkham Insiders

    The German podcasters from Arkham Insiders held an interview with director Huan Vu about “Die Farbe” and “The Dreamlands”. Check it out if you can understand German (audio quality isn’t perfectly good though)!

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    Berlin Calling

    Last wednesday our third teaser trailer had its premiere at the Genrenale in Berlin. What did the audience think? Let’s have a look:

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    Researching costumes

    Next up is Hannah Deuss, our costume designer. Yes, she’s really an archaeologist. And yes, it fits perfectly to our project!

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    This Wednesday we are going to premiere “Into the Abyss” – the third teaser trailer for “The Dreamlands” – at the second Genrenale in Berlin. This special film festival is dedicated to German genre movies, hoping to resurrect an almost lost film culture in a nation that has long forgotten how to pronounce Science-Fiction, Fantasy and Horror.

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    Tear down this wall

    Let’s introduce the two artists who created our crumbling Wall of Sleep that you saw in our first teaser trailer: Matte painter Chris Reinfels and VFX technical director Juri Bryan. While Juri is a young and aspiring film school graduate, Chris is a veteran of several big budget Hollywood productions. Both their professional experience and dedication will help us to make the passage beyond any wall.

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    Lovecraft eZine Interview

    Yesterday director Huan Vu took part in Lovecraft eZine‘s weekly video chat and talked about “Die Farbe” and “The Dreamlands”:

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    Huan Vu

    And now It’s time to introduce the creative mind at the helm of this project: Director, Writer and Producer Huan Vu who just recently turned 32. Learn about how everything came together and ultimately led to this.

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    Storm in the Night

    Today not only marks the birthday of Edgar Allan Poe but also of director and writer Huan Vu. And so we proudly present our second teaser trailer for “The Dreamlands”! Go have a look if you want to know what happened in the night before Roland awakens and opens that door …

    In six weeks we will start our crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter. Stay in touch via Facebook, Twitter, Google+ or by subscribing to our newsletter!

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    Other Gods – Part 2

    Almost a year has passed since we discussed the inspiring spirit of the independent film project “The UnderWater Realm”. Now another great example from Europe has emerged: “Kung Fury”! Don’t miss the trailer of this action comedy in the style of a 80’s action flick, it will blow your mind.

    Currently “Kung Fury” has reached more than 460,000 USD, far more than its necessary budget of 200.000 USD. That’s absolutely impressive and a true inspiration to us. Could this be the brink of a new era of independent movies? Crowdfunding has been around for a longer time, but it has been unthinkable to finance bigger film projects by this way until “Iron Sky” showed up a couple of years ago and proved the opposite. Timo Vourensola’s sci-fi comedy about Nazis on the Moon managed to collect around 1.5 million USD by fans and then grew to a big theatrical release with a budget at around 9.5 million USD thanks to governmental subsidies and private investors.

    Last year two other feature film projects managed to set new records: The Veronica Mars Movie and Zach Braff’s “Wish I Was Here” both surpassed their 2 million USD minimum target. There has been some controversy about it, since both projects were started by established people in the industry and thus weren’t truly independent in spirit. Some would even argue that crowdfunding culture could be destroyed if more and more film projects by the industry would draw attention away from smaller projects by emerging talents.

    We don’t think this will happen. We firmly believe in crowdfunding as the best way to bring special film projects to life. Special and unusual ideas like “Kung Fury” will always prevail. Hollywood professionals may be jumping on the bandwagon, but big projects also help to introduce more people to this way of cultural participation and thus can’t be a bad thing. If you ask us, the future of independent filmmaking looks bright.

    Unfortunately, we just don’t know if there really are enough H.P. Lovecraft fans out there to make our own dreams come true. We will find out soon!