The initial trailer has been released for an unusual invasion film shot in Tayside.
Inspired by classic ’80s sci-fi movies and the Netflix series Stranger Things, IronStar Films’ short movie Tellurian is on target to be completed and also ready for summer 2018.
IronStar Films, which is staffed by Graeme Carr, Peter Birnie, Dean Pearson and also Allan Jennings that all real-time as well as operate in Angus, released a ₤ 4,000 IndieGoGo project to obtain the job up and running.
Lead functions were offered to King Arthur star Craig McGinlay as well as The Gaelic King actress Kerry Browne.
The rest of the cast includes numerous actors from Tayside, consisting of Arbroath’s Chris O’Mara and also “rapping Proclaimer” Billy Boyd who is best recognized for The Great Hip Hop Hoax.
Graeme said shooting started at Scotland’s Secret Bunker in Fife prior to transferring to Arbroath’s Rosely House Hotel as well as the previous Sunnyside Hospital in Montrose.
“These locations were to provide the history for our opening scene as well as alien intrusion respectively,” he claimed.
“I’m not sure exactly what regional pet dog pedestrians thought when they happened throughout more than 20 actors as well as team running about with smoke devices and also alien outfits.
“Our fifth day of recording was just outdoors Arbroath in Ethie Woods where we shot the vessel touchdown scene with a fully tailor-made eight-foot space shuck.”
Tellurian is a story of the withstanding human spirit in the wake of an unusual invasion where all the kids on Earth go away.
Graeme stated launching the trailer enabled individuals “to see what we are trying to produce as well as with any luck get behind the job risk-free in the understanding that we are putting out something of quality”.