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The Emerald City Comicon is the Premier Comic Book & Pop Culture Convention in the Pacific Northwest, and the perfect place for Spiral Productions to debut key products from the Project London Universe and feature appearances by the director, actors and book authors. The ECCC is being held at the Washington State Convention Center, Seattle, WA U.S.A.,  March 4-6, 2011. Visit our display in the Artist Alley (table H-22).

Fans at the ECCC will have access to exclusive premiere editions of two new books, Project Manhattan (prequel novella) and the Project London Graphic Novel. Plus a chance to meet some of the people bringing Project London to life including (from top left to right):

Spiral Productions will also be showing a brand new trailer for Project London at the ECCC, hoping to raise awareness of the movie among the expected 22,000+ attendees.

Project London (movie) short synopsis: Project London is a special effects-rich science fiction movie about a grief-stricken young man who joins a ragtag resistance force and engages in epic battles against Joint Command to avenge his father and save the planet.

Project Manhattan (prequel novella) short synopsis: An orphaned and powerful alien race arrive on planet earth during the chaos of World War II with a proposition that brings peace in exchange for a place to live. Dealing with a sinister secret with the power to decimate the planet is the thrust of this prequel to the upcoming movie, Project London.

Synopsis: A homeless race of aliens known as Nalardians have found and been given refuge on Earth. A young man, Nebraska Higgins, is unwittingly thrust into a struggle for a planet in peril. His enigmatic father and sole pilot of the iconic robotic green exosuit, Arizona, is taken from him during a hot pursuit by the Joint Command (the global police and military force). The London Underground, a rag tag resistance force, appear to be interested in recruiting Nebraska, but he’s confused by his tragic loss and manipulative Joint Command Officers. Old and secret government experiments gone horribly wrong have been resurrected with horrific ramifications. Can Nebraska come to grips with the loss of his father as interplanetary calamities threaten to destroy the world around him? The fate of the planet hangs on the potential in a young man’s heart.

The visual effects for the film are being created using Blender, open source software. This is perhaps the first feature length film to combine live action elements with animations created using Blender. Which is why there are thousands of Blender users around the globe anxiously awaiting the release of this film.

Partial Credits:

  • Phil McCoy, Executive Producer
  • Nathan McCoy, Executive Producer
  • Ian Hubert, Writer, Director, Editor, Animator, Lead Compositing Artist
  • J.A. Forbes, Assistant Director, Production Manager
  • Barry Gregg, Director of Photography

Introducing: Project London

All Volunteer + Almost No Budget + Open Source 3D Software
+ 774 Visual Effects = Project London | Visit the Official Movie Website.