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Saturday, 4 April 2009

Hunter Prey - Photos and poster from the classy looking independent Sci-Fi Film

I posted some photos for Sandy Collera's sci-fi film, Hunter Prey, last November. Hunter Prey centers around a crew of special forces commandos who must recapture an alien prisoner that has escaped after the military transport ship carrying it crashes on a desolate and hostile planet. As Collora himself explains, "there are subtle political and environmental overtones that I certainly don't hit anyone over the head with at all, but that will hopefully make you think about things like war, politics and current events, by presenting them in situations cinematically from a uniquely different perspective."
First Showing have the news that the teaser trailer will finally show up next week on io9, and they had these photos and poster from SciFiScoop.com. I can't wait to see some actual footage from this.
After shooting in Mexico last year, the film has been in post-production since, with visual effects being added. "I think people are going to be shocked at the level of GC that was achieved for such a low budget film. Everything is seamless. Natural. Unobtrusive. The CG enhances the world and the story, and is only used where we felt it necessary, and is not overbearing. It compliments the movie quite well," Collora said. "Like the movie itself and all the promotional artwork, the trailer has a very 70’s, old school sci-fi, organic, feel to it. I can't wait to see what people think of it."

Be sure to check out Sandy Collora's short Batman film, Dead End, below.

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