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Tuesday, 23 December 2008

Legend of Zelda: The Hero of Time fan film being made and here's the trailer

I saw this mentioned over on Fan Cinema Today and it looks rather good. You can check out the official site for the film here and I've included the trailer below.

The film is set in Hyrule, where a young boy from the forest (Link) is beckoned by his dreams and the sage of the forest (Deku Tree) to venture to the city of Hyrule and seek princess Zelda’s council. The evil Lord Ganondorf has plotted to overthrow the kingdom, which propels Princess Zelda into hiding. Link endeavors to save them by pulling out the Master Sword in the Temple of Time–consequently sending him five years into the future, where Ganon now rules and threatens the future of the kingdom. Link must find a way to not only save his princess, but the land he’s fervent for.

A collaboration between director/co-producer Joel Musch and actor/co-producer David Blane (Link). The film was shot from August 2004 through January 2006

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