In celebration of that success, I’m releasing my short film, Descent, to the public for the first time! Descent was created last year in one week for a 168-hour film competition. Our goal was to create a fantasy story with the same look and feel that we’re determined to achieve with The Narrow Road movie, which we also demonstrated in our 2013 Kickstarter-funded Test Scene. It was a difficult task within the confines of a speed filmmaking competition, but I’m very happy with what my team was able to achieve.
For those of you in the L.A. area who are interested, DESCENT, our 168 film, will be screening Thursday, August 8th, in the 6pm-9:05pm screening block. If you’re going to be attending 168, we’d love your support!
We successfully completed our short film for the 168 film project–no easy feat given the scope of our project and the seven-day time limit! Please take a minute to check out the trailer for our film, DESCENT. Thank you!
In order to continue to show our fans that the Narrow Road team is capable of high-quality productions on shoestring budgets, Erik Yeager teamed up with the Narrow Road visual effects team, Duality Filmworks, to produce an entry for the 168 Hour Film Project in L.A.