Posted on 21 December 2007
We Just Want To Borrow Your Brain For a Few Minutes.
Q) Walter asks, I once saw a sci-fi flick when I was young. It was in the early 70’s. I had to do with scientist trying to creat a view screen into the future.
There were also some robots that helped them. They looked pretty cool with tubes and things. There were also mutants above ground.
At the end the mutants made it below ground and the scientist realized that their view screen was really a time portal into a new geneation.They escaped through the screen into the future.
What was the name of this movie? Help.
A) Do you know the answer? If you have an idea, post a comment!
Posted on 12 December 2007
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The Future Of Cinema And Computer Gaming?
What Would You Do If You Accidently Found Someone Crying Out For Help On A Hidden Website?
Chris Purnell, is writer/director of new Alternate Reality Game entitled Gun Shots By Computer - Part 1. The films where produced in Scotland and feature two rising stars of the Scottish acting world, Shian Denovan (Night Is Day) and Claire Dicarlo.
He says this about GSBC1:
Cinema goers are a dying breed and due to spiraling cost, cinemas will soon be a thing of the past. I believe there has to be a future to film, and I think the Internet will play a major role in that. Already people download movies from the Internet instead of going to the cinema; people would rather see a film for free. I understand that, as I am one of those people. So to reach out to those people you have to make the whole experience of watching a film more interesting for them. You have to give them a reason not to just download it. I believe we have created the format to do that.
Our web based films are set in an Orwellian world in the year 2032 which parallels our own
present. The story begins behind the website, HMV, where one girl gives a direct address to the camera done through the style of video blogs.
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