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C (299,792 KILOMETERS PER SECOND): (2011) Short Film Teaser Trailer

Caroline Winterson, C (299,792 Kilometers Per Second)

The C (299,792 Kilometers Per Second) Teaser  Trailer has premiered. Derek Van Gorder‘s C (299,792 Kilometers Per Second): (2011) teaser trailer stars Caroline WintersonJames Fauvell, and Xandra Stegmaier. C (299,792 Kilometers Per Second)‘s plot synopsis: “Set in the distant future, “c” tells the story of First Lieutenant Malleck and her radical attempt to salvage reason during an interplanetary cold war.”

I’m looking forward to seeing the full short film for C (299,792 Kilometers Per Second) after this teaser trailer.

From director Derek Van Gorder:

Though part of the film’s concept is an attention to physics and realistic outer space phenomenon, realism wasn’t the goal for the shots of the ship interior. Instead I wanted to go for an eye-catching retro aesthetic that would create the impression of technology beyond our current understanding but at the same time invoke a familiar science-fiction feel. I found inspiration in the neon colors of 1970’s and 80’s sci-fi. Films, anime, and video games back then often used bright colors and dark shadows to great effect. I wanted red and blue to be the dominant colors (an exaggerated visual reference to the observable “red shifting” and “blue shifting” of light that occurs when objects travel at very high speeds).

Watch C (299,792 Kilometers Per Second) teaser trailer below and leave your thoughts on it. For more C (299,792 Kilometers Per Second) photos, videos, and information, check out our C (299,792 Kilometers Per Second) Page. There is no word yet when C (299,792 Kilometers Per Second) will be released.

 

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