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THE SEED OF JUNA (2018) Short Film Trailer: A Religious Sect Kills Juna and a New World Awaits Her

The Seed of Juna

The Seed of Juna Trailer

Álvaro García‘s The Seed of Juna (2018) short film trailer has been released by Okna Pictures. The Seed of Juna‘s plot synopsis: “Unfolding in a new universe, The Seed of Juna follows Juna, a rebellious young woman who has been reborn into a different part of the universe after being killed on Earth by the ruling religious sect. In her new, reborn life, she experiences some unexpected revelations which lead her to think that perhaps staying dead was a better option.”

Álvaro García’s The Seed of Juna may end up just being a short film but it may turn into something else:

The Seed Of Juna project intends to go further than just a captivating plot. Behind the main storyline lies an entire universe giving many possibilities for the story to evolve either into a full-length feature film or a television series.

The people and companies behind-the-scenes of The Seed of Juna:

Ruben Diaz Hernandez, Jesus Conde, Ivan Lopez, Eva Barchino, Arnaud Mavoka-Isana, Laura Garnier, Dean Michael Gregory, Miguel Macaya, Rodrigo Aguirre, Laura Millar, Jack Brown, Eleanor Jackson, Chris Jestico, Natasha Maksimenko.

Industrial Light & Magic contributed further by lending motion capture facilities for the trailer and will continue the support of the project in the future.

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The Seed of Juna Trailer

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