We've been following short film C: 299 792 km/s for a long time. The crew set out to make a space movie about interstellar colonization filmed entirely with in-camera effect, and now they've finally finished. Behold a space mutiny shot with old-school trickery. It's lovely, a lovely look at traditional techniques.
We've kept Derek Van Gorder and Otto Stockmeier's short movie C: 299 792 km/s on our radar, after they announced they would be making a space picture without ANY green screen or CG. So take a look at the ultra slick opening scene, made with miniatures and practical FX. You can practically feel the hard metallic…
Directors Derek Van Gorder and Otto Stockmeier are filming one weighty piece of science fiction movie-making. We're already intrigued after saying the title C: 299 792 KM/S, but wait until you see the trailer.
This clip from the short film c offers an evocative character sketch of a spaceship officer plunging into the unknown. I love the weird mood evoked by the effects and music, which suggest this film is as invested in its characters as its futuristic technologies.