Oklahoma City-based filmmaker Kyle Roberts just sent me this really cool trailer for a superhero-type indie movie he worked on for the past 3 years.
The film had its world premiere last week at deadCENTER Film Festival to two sold out crowds, won top honors of best Oklahoma film and was the only film out of over 100 in the festival that got a standing ovation. Oh and we recently found out we got into Comic-Con!
From the press release:
The Posthuman Project, recently named “Best Oklahoma Film” during its world premiere at the deadCENTER Film Festival in Oklahoma City, has added another stop on its festival tour: Comic-Con International in San Diego, CA. The film will screen as part of the independent Film Festival held in conjunction with ComiC-con.
The Posthuman Project is a story about Denny Burke, a high school senior who is struggling with a lot of big changes. Things have been especially tense at home since his father left, and he’s been dealing with a physical injury that’s significantly limited what he can do. When a long-lost uncle shows up and offers him the graduation present of a lifetime, Denny and his friends soon fin themselves wielding powers they’ve only dreamed about. Enemies arrive to steal these new powers from the teenagers, vowing to stop at nothing to get them.
Can’t wait to watch the whole thing!