"Strange things are afoot at the Circle-K.”

C: 299 792 km/s – Watch the short sci-fi film made with no CGI or green screen

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C

C: 299 792 km/s has been in development for a long time, but now the full short is with us.

C is the story of Lieutenant Commander Malleck, and her radical act of mutiny aboard the
KESTROS IV. With the help of her co-conspirators, she attempts to harness this weapon of mass destruction for a grand new purpose. But when a contingent of ground crew led by Second Lieutenant Kai threatens her master plan, Malleck must use the ship against them in order to succeed.

Created by Derek Van Gorder and Otto Stockmeier the film uses no CGI or greenscreen.

To build the future, we looked to the past. No CGI or greenscreen was used in the making of the film; all our sets and props were built by hand and filmed in-camera. Combining new advances in digital camera technology with traditional special effects, we sought to create a unique, timeless look through lighting design, camera tricks, miniature photography, split-screen, and stop-animation. We believe that this approach allowed us greater creative possibilities on a low-budget science-fiction film.

C 299,792 km/s from Seaquark Films on Vimeo.

Check out the official site.