Jan 31, 2013
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This amazing Kickstarter-funded sci-fi film hides its low budget with movie magic
Kickstarter has long been a breeding ground for unique experiments in technology and, in the case of amazing science fiction short C 299,792 km/s, film. The project was originally funded in December 2011, and the impressive 15-minute film was made on a budget of just $40,000. Part mock-educational documentary, part science fiction adventure, C 299,792 km/s follows Lieutenant Commander Malleck’s attempt to commandeer the Kestros IV warship for her own purposes.

This amazing Kickstarter-funded sci-fi film hides its low budget with movie magic

Kickstarter has long been a breeding ground for unique experiments in technology and, in the case of amazing science fiction short C 299,792 km/s, film. The project was originally funded in December 2011, and the impressive 15-minute film was made on a budget of just $40,000. Part mock-educational documentary, part science fiction adventure, C 299,792 km/s follows Lieutenant Commander Malleck’s attempt to commandeer the Kestros IV warship for her own purposes.

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    —- pretty cool!
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    I helped kickstart this way back when they posted on /m/ looking for donors! it’s pretty awesome!
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