I actually made this as a way to poke fun at the idea of getting cease and desist letters. At the time (October 2006) I had nothing to lose and my original intention was to call this "back to the future: the new official universal studios cartoon featuring the new Doc Brown and Marty McFly" and then I'd just sit back and wait for a letter from their lawyers to arrive. That's actually why it's so filthy. I was just looking to "troll" a big studio. Then, as I began editing the radio play and boarding it, the two characters ended up becoming something different than just a bad impression of Doc and Marty from BTTF. They slowly became two of my favorite characters that I've ever voiced. I backed down on the cease and desist bait and changed the spelling of their names and whatever else I could still change. I mean, it's still ultimately a back to the future joke/ (parody?), but to me all these years later, these two characters have become something of their own. You'll see as you go through this website that these voices pop up in several of my failed pilots.
Directed by Romain Laurent Produced by Solab With Ana Rotili & Robin Clive Director of Photography Josh McKie Producer Nicolas Tiry Line producer Gregoire Ohnet Production coordinator Arthur Paratte Production administrator Lucie Santamans Production assistants Charlotte Cusanito & Emmanuelle Benayoun Assistant location managers: Edouard Azoulay, Dayand David Oualid & Luc Finalteri
1st AD Emmanuel Marx 1st AC Julie Simidoff 2nd AC Diane Plas 3rd AC Tommy Boulet DIT Jeremie Yarzabal
Gaffer Sydney Baucheron Electricians Matthieu Jamme & Jeremie Robin Key grip Jeremie Leloup Grips Thomas Bigot & Morgan Lesne
Stunt Coordinators Kevin Cauderlier & Alexandre Cauderlier
Set Designer Henrique Vale Assistant set designers Thomas Desloges & Karamezzine Lahlou Constructor François Tossan
Hair and make up Alexandra Petry Hair and make up assistant Julie Meno-Salmeggi
2D Post production Nightshift Producer Mathieu Hue Post producers Clémence Cornac, Stéphanie Dubois, Gabriel Gerlidou, Nicolas Lim & Josselin Dor Superviseur and Lead Compositing Mael Gaumont Compositing Diego Giunta
Colorist Mathieu Caplanne
3D Post production Brunch Set supervisor Laurent Larapidie & Gabriel Kerlidou Modeling, Shading & Compositong Valentin Samuel, Franck Pitarch & Jean-Charles Kerminon 3D Post producer Julie Bellemarre
Editing by Mark Potter & Emilie Aubry Editing assistant George Irizarry Editing producer Anne Lai / Cosmo Street NYC
Sound production Benzene Studio Sound producer Benjamin Desplanques
Massive thanks to: Mathieu Hue @Nightshift Antoine Daubert Max Zippel Evelyne Madaoui, Philippe Guillemain & Samuel Renollet @RVZ Sylvain Bouladou @Cinesyl Little Grand Studio
Three youngsters make a roadtrip that will change their lives forever.
Director: Bram Schouw Screenplay: Marcel Roijaards D.O.P: Jasper Wolf Production Design: Rikke Jelier Sound: Evelien van der Molen Music: Rutger Reinders Editor: Annelien van Wijnbergen @ Kapsalon Grading & Online: Laurens Orij @ CRABSALAD Production: BALDR Film, Frank Hoeve & Katja Draaijer
Winner Golden Calf Netherlands Film Festival 2012 Official Selection International Short Film Festival Clermont-Ferrand 2013 Winner Grand Prix Film Festival Altkirch 2013 Winner Zilveren Krulstaart Netherlands Film Festival 2013 Winner Audience award Festival European Shorts in Bordeaux 2013 Special Mention Festival International du Court Métrage in Lille 2013 3rd prize BE film festival New York 2013 Nomination Best Cinematography GRAND OFF WARSAW 2013
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Collider is happy to exclusively premiere a Blade Runner 2049 prequel short film “in-world” piece that explains what happened in the world of Blade Runner between the first movie, set in 2019, and this sequel, set in 2049. The short film "Nexus: 2036" takes place in the year 2036 and revolves around Jared Leto’s character, Niander Wallace. In this short, directed by Luke Scott (Morgan), Wallace introduces a new line of “perfected” replicants called the Nexus 9, seeking to get the prohibition on replicants repealed. This no doubt has serious ramifications that will be crucial to the plot of Blade Runner 2049.
At Comic-Con this summer, Warner Bros. unveiled a teaser that offered a bullet point rundown of the events that have occurred in the Blade Runner timeline since Ridley Scott’s original movie. This “in-world” piece is one of three short films that will debut ahead of Blade Runner 2049, which will further flesh out the Blade Runner universe with even more information. In 2023, government authorities legislated an indefinite “prohibition” on replicant production, as a year prior a massive EMP detonated on the West Coast and is pinned on Replicants. So in this Wallace piece, we’ll see the beginnings of the new Replicants that are created after the prohibition is lifted.
In Blade Runner 2049, thirty years after the events of the first film, a new blade runner, LAPD Officer K (Ryan Gosling), unearths a long-buried secret that has the potential to plunge what’s left of society into chaos. K’s discovery leads him on a quest to find Rick Deckard (Harrison Ford), a former LAPD blade runner who has been missing for 30 years.