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Film Production Update – One Short, Two Features

Posted on 07 March 2013 by genshi

As our third short film, “The Haunting at Danford Cabin” garners praise at several film festivals, we are prepping for our next few projects. What was to be our first feature film, “Biocode” has been pushed back as this movie is becoming much bigger than we had initially anticipated; requiring a much bigger budget than we first planned. Biocode will be shooting with a budget of $10,000,000 and production slated to start spring of 2016.

Petites Aventures de Cosette - Official Poster

Petites Aventures de Cosette – Official Poster

In the mean time, we are in pre-production of our fourth short film entitled “Petites Aventures de Cosette” (Cosette’s Little Adventures) which will be a fun and quirky Mise-en-scène style film, which we are shooting as a pilot for possible consideration as a series to HBO Digital shorts and Amazon’s new Original TV Series programming.

And in development of what has now become our first feature film, “When The Willow Weeps”; a mystery thriller about three young girls who stumble upon something they should have never seen… When one of the girls go missing, her two friends hide the facts of what happen. 30 years later, the mystery begins to unravel with devastating consequences!

Check back for further updates…

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In Development – Stop-Motion Short & Sci-Fi Feature (UPDATED)

Posted on 09 March 2012 by genshi

Lighting test of miniature set for stop-motion short film.

Lighting test of miniature set for stop-motion short film.

Due to the recent success of our previous short film “Isobel & The Witch Queen“, we have been quite busy with our film production efforts. We currently have several projects in various stages of development; we are finishing up pre-production and about to go into immediate production of our first short, stop-motion animation film entitled “The Haunting at Danford Cabin” which will be an experimental ghost story.

Now in pre-production is our first feature length sci-fi thrill entitled “Biocode“. We’ve locked down the leading actor and actress, have some of the crew in place (including a great Cinematographer) and are currently designing props, sets and “products” that will be featured in this movie as well as performing camera/lighting tests. We are still casting for several other roles and still seek a Visual FX Artist and Production Designer.

We will also be seeking further funding through various, strategic campaigns in order to give this movie the production value it needs for the subject matter. Please check back for updates and further details shortly…

UPDATE: We are now in full production of our first stop-motion animation film, “The Haunting at Danford Cabin” and so far the dailies have been looking pretty good! We already have a couple of shorts film festivals interested in including this piece once it is finished.

This particular short is being filmed completely with the  iPhone 4S using the iMotion HD app along with the iMotion Remote app for the iPad 2. Below is a behind-the-scenes still of Director Craig Anthony Perkins filming on the miniature set using the iPhone 4S mounted onto a Pico Dolly.

Behind The Scenes - "The Haunting at Danford Cabin"

Director Craig Anthony Perkins on the set of the stop-motion short "The Haunting at Danford Cabin"










And a sneak-peek scene from the film…

Production Still - "The Haunting at Danford Cabin"

Production Still - "The Haunting at Danford Cabin"

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In Development – Film Production

Posted on 11 May 2011 by genshi

Due to the recent success of our first short film and our past experience in various capacities within the film industry, Genshi Media Group is now re-focusing our company towards Film Production. We will develop and produce our own films and currently have several projects in various stages of development. With scripts in-hand and experienced crews ready to go, we will be seeking Executive Producers to help fund our Feature Films and look forward to sharing in the success this venture will provide to us all!

For additional information or questions, please contact us at info@genshi.com

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