Former Things

Former Things
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3.6

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[dropcap size=big]A[/dropcap]lex, a travel-worn survivor in a desolate post-apocalyptic world, returns to his childhood home to find not only artifacts of his youth, but also the plague-ridden body of his recently deceased father.

Directors notes

As post-apocalyptic and zombie genres have dominated mainstream film and television in recent years, FORMER THINGS takes a different approach by portraying how customs involving death and mourning might realistically transpire amid fantastical circumstances. Drawing on works from Romanian New-Wave directors like Cristian Mungiu (4 Months, 3 Weeks, & 2 Days) and Corneliu Porumboiu (Police, Adjective), I wanted to take a different approach to the genre. I wanted to take a side step from mostly focusing on shock and gore, but concentrate on the subtle moments that might transcend in dealing with a zombie apocalypse.

 

Main Genre: Dramas

Budget: £5000 – £10,000
How long did it take to shoot: 1 Day – 1 Week
Film location (country): United States
Film location (city): Depford, NJ

Filmed on: RED Scarlet

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directors name     Adam R Brown

Directors website     http://vimeo.com/channels/adamrbrown
iLoveshortFilm profile     https://iloveshortfilms.com/ourmembers/estobrowno/
Facebook page     https://www.facebook.com/bullmoosepictures
Twitter page     https://twitter.com/EstoBrowno

Production Companies     BullMoose Pictures, Producer: Nicholas P. Santos

DOP     Kyle I. Kelley

Lighting Crew     Michael Sutter, David Lobach

Sound Team     Ryan Dann

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http://formerthingsfilm.com/
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt3197216/?ref_=fn_al_tt_1

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