Electronic Earth is proud to announce that Precipice, written/directed by Sean Young and starring Georgia Hunter, will premiere in the US & LA during the Philip K. Dick Science-Fiction Film Festival.
Back in July, Electronic Earth announced that award-winning and internationally recognized band Lab4 had become the composers of the original score for E2’s flagship project Precipice, which is written and directed by filmmaker Sean Young. During composition, it was decided that a version of the score done for Precipice titled ‘CTRL ALT DESTROY’ would become the intro and title track for Lab4’s recent EP release of the same name.
We recently received confirmation that 5 of the short film projects being presented by Electronic Earth have become official selections of the 2018 Festival of Films (TFsFF), presented by Toronto Film School.
In a bold move, Sean Young (Executive Director of Electronic Earth), has collaborated with a very significant name in entertainment.
Young’s flagship project, Precipice (written/directed by Young and starring Georgia Hunter), now has an original score written by Lab4, who have an award-winning history of international success, and an impressive library of albums/EPs and singles.
This past week Electronic Earth debuted their first 5 short film projects, screening them for their first audience of other emerging filmmakers: The Intercessor (thriller); Hopscotch (comedy); Precipice (sci-fi/thriller); The Liminal (previously titled Gift – sci-fi/thriller); and Samantha (horror).
Alright.First off, it’s been a while since our last update, so I wanted to assure everyone that we haven’t disappeared. There were some unforeseen non-project related real life situations that caused Electronic Earth to have to push ‘pause’ on things we’d been working so passionately on – major bummer for you guys who had to wait, but much more gutting …
Principal photography has begun on the proof of concept film, ‘Precipice’, a new science-fiction thriller written and directed by filmmaker, Sean Young.
Recently, Graham Shonfield released a short film project, ‘Awkward Moment’, onto his YouTube channel, ‘Graham Crackers’, that was based upon a true to life event that he felt would be a good laugh, but also to serve as an interaction point to encourage people to share their own regrets and embarrassments with others.
Shonfield comments about why he wanted to tell this personal of a story,
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