Must Watch: Stunning Interstellar Travel Doc 'Project Kronos' Trailer
"This human conscious would represent humanity, if contact was made with other life forms out there." There's a must see new trailer for an interesting pseudo-doc indie project out there called Project Kronos. A reader sent us this Vimeo for a pseudo-documentary (set in the near future) about a "NASA" program that was an experiment to "collect the data from a journey not possible for a living, breathing human being to survive" interstellar space travel. The ability to visit another planet, another galaxy, and discover life in the universe. The footage looks stunning and it's a thrilling first tease for a rather intriguing sci-fi docu-film.
Watch the first trailer for Hasraf Dulull's "documentary" film Project Kronos, embedded via Vimeo:
Project Kronos, written and directed by Hasraf 'HaZ' Dulull (his Vimeo), is an upcoming "documentary" film following a mission to achieve interstellar space travel. As the mission unfolds, the scientists find themselves questioning whether the space agency's solution to achieving interstellar space travel is ethical at all. The film was produced by Masked Frame Pictures, with technology sponsored by Adobe. While this seemed a bit science fiction, I like the mix of real footage and almost hyper-reality. One site describes it as a "fantastical sci-fi docu set in a distant future", so it's nearly all faked, as if it were a doc in the future. Cool?
I think it looks great! Maybe this is just me, but I think the design of the probe really takes away from the realism of the film though. It just feels like it's taken out of like the "Halo" world for instance rather than being practically designed. I may be wrong. Still need to see the film of course 🙂 Looking very intriguing though!
Danimal on Feb 21, 2013
I wish people wouldn't call movies documentaries. But it looks quite good.
Carpola on Feb 21, 2013
David Darida on Feb 21, 2013
I'm still pondering what the stunning part was...
Wafffles on Feb 21, 2013
Awesome trailer but felt a bit anti-climactic, was expecting something amazing at the end lol.
Daniel Vu Tran on Feb 21, 2013
Im confused hahaha but yes space is awzome 😀
redskulllives on Feb 22, 2013
Has my attention. Love the documentary feel. The question is how they are storing the human consciousness in the probe?
hawk99 on Feb 22, 2013
Anything that involves the mystery of space has me hooked.
$45974493 on Feb 23, 2013
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