Writer-director Eddie Alcazar knows you're waiting.
Ever since the first scraps of information about Alcazar's philosophical science fiction picture 0000
arrived online it has been eagerly anticipated by scifi fans around the globe, even making several critics' wish lists for the just concluded Sundance Film Festival. The only problem being that the film's not done yet. But Alcazar wants people to know he appreciates the attention:
We are very thankful for all the attention this project has been receiving. Although Sundance 2012 was our main goal we have yet to submit the film to any film festivals. We have been endlessly working to still complete 0000, our goal is to create something special but also extremely unique and this requires a bit of experimenting to get right. Ideas can be so powerful if treated correctly and cared for and this project is one that is led by our hearts in which we are closely paying attention to refining each and every detail. We are striving in every aspect to create a film that will really make an impact in the world and I'm looking forward to sharing it with you all as soon as possible.
Thank you to everyone for all your support.
Now, you may be asking yourself what could be taking so long. And rather than telling you Alcazar wants to show you. The effects in this film are being created entirely practically. If it exists in the film, it exists in real life. And down below you can see a first sample of what Alcazar has been creating along with the very talented Dominic Hailstone. But, first, here's the synopsis again for those who are unfamiliar:
The mind of one man will galvanize a global revolution. His
technology will birth a new era of human existence and social
connection, but this great gift is rooted in dark tragedy. If he is to
survive, he will need the help of many, and if we are to survive, our
awareness must grow.
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