After years of effort and many thousands of free man-hours, and ahead of the launch of the film for free online, the team behind the not-for-profit Judge Dredd fan film ‘Judge Minty’ have released a new trailer.
The short film starring Edmund Dehn and Dredd artist Greg Staples has been touring festivals since its debut last year.
Produced by fans in their own time and for free, the film is based on a character from the early days of Judge Dredd and follows Judge Minty as he takes the ‘Long Walk’ into the irradiated wastelands of the Cursed Earth.
DVD copies will not available but ‘Judge Minty’ will be available to watch online for free via YouTube and Vimeo around April/May.
The fans behind ‘Judge Minty’, Steven Sterlacchini and Steve Green, said: “It was tricky picking what to include and what to keep back, as it’s not a three-hour epic, and wanted to keep some surprises rather than trailer it do death. We’ve been refining shots since it premiered at the Thought Bubble convention last year, so there will be slight changes as well as a new credits sequence (some of which can be seen in the trailer). We hope people enjoy it, and like to thank fans, creators and Rebellion for being supportive while we’ve been making this film.”
Judge Minty is a NOT FOR PROFIT FAN FILM, shown with the kind permission of 2000 AD and Rebellion Judge Dredd® is a registered trademark, © Rebellion A/S®, All rights reserved.
Judge Dredd is the Creation of John Wagner and Carlos Ezquerra.
Judge Minty is the creation of John Wagner and Mick McMahon.
Judge Minty Edmund Dehn
Judge Dredd Greg Staples
Director Steven Sterlacchini
Director of Photography and Digital Imagery Stephen Green
Prop and Costume Creator Daniel Carey-George of Custom Creations
Storyboards & Concepts Barry Renshaw
Written By Steven Sterlacchini & Michael Carroll, based on the work of John Wagner
Official Website http://www.judgeminty.com/
New Scientist’s Arc Magazine and science ﬁction author Tim Maughan are proud to announce the online debut of the low budget, experimental short ﬁlm Paintwork. Set in near-future Bristol – the British city known internationally for spawning Banksy – it follows augmented reality grafﬁti artist 3Cube as she illegally transforms an all-too familiar advertising billboard into a work of high tech street art, and poses questions about the relationships between technology, advertising and the control of public spaces.
Heavily inﬂuenced by Chris Marker’s seminal 1962 ﬁlm La Jetée, Paintwork blends still photography by Laurie Eagle and computer animation by Alan Tabrett with audio from two stalwarts of the Bristol music scene in the form of narration by renowned MC Koast and an exclusive soundtrack from inﬂuential dubstep producer Forsaken. Based on the title short story from Maughan’s critically acclaimed collection, Paintwork was premiered in an early form in February as part of the arts festival Sonic Acts in Amsterdam, but today sees the unveiling of the completed version.
Tim Maughan is a science ﬁction author and freelance writer based in Bristol. His short story Limited Edition has been shortlisted for the British Science Fiction Association award.
Alan Tabrett is a 3D designer, animator and visual effects artist from North Somerset in the UK
Laurie Eagle is a musician and photographer, also from North Somerset.
Bristol-based Koast is a hard-working & versatile MC, who has spent the best part of a decade grafting to carve a niche as one of the top hosts in the dubstep & bass music scenes, as well as running the record label Durkle Disco.
Pete Thomas has released solo work as Forsaken on Punch Drunk and Immerse, and is also producer and writer for the band Isola Dusk with releases on Dark Clover and 2 Floors Down. He was also co-founder of the inﬂuential label Soul Motive.
Bobi Maughan is a freelance graphic designer based in Bristol, specializing in print and packaging design.
Arc Magazine is a digital quarterly from New Scientist of fact, ﬁction and opinion about the future.
C is the story of Lieutenant Commander Malleck and her radical act of mutiny during an interplanetary cold war.
Watch the intro to the film: vimeo.com/56660860
Check out our website: c-themovie.com
Buy the Soundtrack: c-themovie.bandcamp.com/album/c-soundtrack
Behind the Scenes: wired.com/design/2013/01/kickstarted-scifi-movie/
Buy a T-shirt: scifibooks.com/products/c-299-792-km-s-t-shirt
The world’s a much brighter place when you’re not too bright for it.
Reydon, a young man who spends his days playing Battle’ in a perfect, utopian society, realises that he has grown tired of his faultless lifestyle and wants to find something more meaningful to achieve. However, his friend, the robot Kasta, has other ideas and tries to persuade him otherwise.
Something Real was filmed in one day in November 2003 on Digibeta and then four months in post production for the special effects, colour correction and sounds effects to be added.
In the near future the society of a megalopolis is divided into two fractions:
on one side a super-rich minority, led by the ruthless dictator Lucius
(Werner Daehn), living a life of debauchery and decadence. On the other side
the vast majority, dwelling in different degrees of nearly unbearable poverty.
When the young Frederick (Nikolai Kinski) comes in possession of the partial
copy of a long forbidden Stanley Kubrick movie, it sparks a growing movement
amongst the city’s formerly aimless youths, developing fast into serious
opposition to the ruling system, which retaliates with rapidly increasing
brutality. Frederick becomes Alex, his friends the new droogs. But are they even
aware of the consequences of their actions?
The film is based on a short story by Jacek Dukaj under the same title. In 2002 “Cathedral” was awarded the main prize at SIGGRAPH festival (“Best Animated Short”). A year later it received an Oscar nomination in the category “Best Animated Short Film”.
Story of a pilgrim who comes to the Cathedral on the border of the known world. He wants to find answers. He finds tranquility.
Direction: Tomek Bagiński
Music: Adam Rosiak
Released: 18 October 2002
A short futuristic film by Eran May-raz and Daniel Lazo: “This is our graduation project from Bezaleal academy of arts”.
Cast: Ori Golad and Deborah Aroshas.