Nefarious Guy (Harrison Heller) is an award-winning machinima director and co-founder of Amorphous Blob Productions. He recently graduated from Brown University with a BA in Modern Culture & Media.
ABP’s new machinima, Drone, will premiere online at indytheater.com on Monday (5/23) at 8:10PM PT/ 11:10PM EST after the latest episode of Chronicles of Humanity.
William Haskell is a top-scoring gamer recruited into the U.S. Air Force as a predator drone pilot. But after a mission goes terribly wrong, the system he trusted begins to unravel before his eyes.
We are very excited to finally release the film after months of work and look forward to seeing you there!
The first trailer for Drone, our upcoming 17-minute machinima is now online. The film was made as my senior honors project at Brown University.
Haskell is a top-scoring gamer recruited into the U.S. Air Force as a predator drone pilot. But after a mission goes terribly wrong, the system he trusted begins to unravel before his eyes.
Drone and a short experimental companion piece, Drone: Predators and Prey, will be released later this month. Check out our production blog for more information!
My only regret is that I wasn’t able to attend NFFTY this year. It looked like it had a great lineup of student films and I hope it was a huge success!
Thursday night is the opening of the 2011 National Film Festival for Talented Youth (NFFTY) in Seattle, Washington. We’re thrilled to have two films screening at the festival this year. In fact, our sci-fi noir Stop, Rewind is the first film in the opening night selection, which is pretty awesome.
The Pattern, our live-action film about an obsessive compulsive man tracking a serial killer, will be shown on Saturday night as part of the “On the Edge of Your Seat” screening block. We’re very excited since this is the first time an ABP live-action film has ever been screened at a festival!
Here is the festival schedule: http://nffty.org/attend/schedule-2011
We are so glad to be part of this great event!
About a month ago I was invited onto The Spotlight, an internet talk show about machinima. This was the first interview I’d ever done so I was a bit nervous, but it ended up being a lot of fun and an all around great experience.
You can listen to the episode below:
Be sure to tune into The Spotlight for a new episode every Thursday at 9pm Eastern. Its a fantastic show with great hosts and well worth your time.