Indie Talks Episode 16 – Phil McCoy, Jen Page, Ian Hubert and Project London

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Project London is a feature-length, science-fiction, action-adventure movie with 774 visual effects made by over 250 volunteers. We’ve covered the movie before and now I sit down with three of the folks responsible for Project London! Ian is the producer, writer and SFX wiz, Phil is the executive producer, film maker and all around mastermind and Jen is a principle actor playing Xing Xing Fix.

We talk about actually creating the movie, the technology that went into the movie, auditioning, Creative Commons, the passion that goes into a volunteer project, 774 freaking visual effects shots, and of course, who’s going to sing at the end of the podcast. Also Half Acre Day who did some amazing music for the film, swampy green hair and the future of the future with Project London!

Links!

Project London Official Page

Project London on Kickstarter

Ian Hubert

Phil McCoy

Jen Page

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