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MEGAN (2018) Short Film: Greg Strasz’s Sci-fi Adventure Could be CLOVERFIELD’s Next Chapter

Matilda Lutz Megan

Megan Short Film

Greg Strasz‘s Megan (2018) short film stars Matilda Lutz, Garret T. Sato, Ralf Moeller, Yuki Sakamoto, and TJ Misawa. Megan‘s plot synopsis: “Megan is a proof of concept that can be best described as a tribute to Bad Robot’s Cloverfield Universe, considering much inspiration was taken from Cloverfield (2008) and 10 Cloverfield Lane (2016), as well as the [sci-fi] franchise’s websites, mangas, marketing campaigns and the online ARG (alternate reality game).”

The people behind this short film did a great job. This short film looks like a clip from a much larger film. That type of setup is not easy to pull off. The quality of the footage, the actors and actress involved – Matlida Lutz stood out from her starring role in Revenge -, the interiors, and the sets all assist in this suspension of disbelief.

The people behind-the-scenes of the Megan short film:

Writers: Giuseppe Mercadante (story & script), Greg Strasz (story & script), Jean de Meuron (story)
Producers: Jean de Meuron, Giuseppe Mercadante, Olcun Tan
Executive producer: Nicolas Emiliani, Greg Strasz
Co-Producer: Khader Hayath Kareem
Associate Producers: Elena Bawiec, Edwin Modlini II, Nathaniel Pope
Director of Photography: Markus Förderer, BVK
Production Designer: Carol Winstead Wood
Editor: Zimo Huang
Music: Iris Wallner
VFX Supervisors: Olcun Tan, Greg Strasz
Sound Design and Dolby Atmos Mix: Peter Bawiec, M.P.S.E.

Megan also stars Edwin Modlin II, Paolo Bernardini, Kevin LaRosa II, David Villada, Michael Baszler, Cam McHarg, Arthur Naptiontek, Isaac Stephen Montgomery, Hovo Vardanian, and Matthew Conner.

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Megan Short Film

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