Preview ‘The Dinosaur Project’

Studio-Canal are delighted to finally bring this astonishing story of the missing Congo expedition to UK audiences, and the findings of the Cryptozoological Society to audiences around the world. The film features stunning recovered footage of creatures thought to be extinct for 65 million years.
As the search for the missing crew continues, questions remain about the source of the missing footage and the manner in which it was discovered. Producer Nick Hill said in a statement today, “It has been incredible to have the original source material to work with, and we have great respect and admiration for the work of the Cryptozoological Society and are keen to support them in their search. The movie raises important questions about species which conventional science tells us have long since become extinct, and we hope it will help raise awareness of the search to locate the missing persons and the BCZS’s ongoing work in the Congo.”

Upcoming this month from Studio-Canal is the release of The Dinosaur Project. It’ll be in UK Cinemas from August 10th and out on BD/DVD August 27th.

The Dinosaur Project is a ‘lost footage’ style surrounding the ill-fated, eponymous 2011 expedition to the Congo in search of the Mokele Mbembe. With the rumours of dinosaurs being alive and well in the Congo, the intrepid reporters from Sky News headed over to Africa to find out exactly what’s going on, and to meet the team charged with the duty of finding out once and for all, if dinosaurs live.

As an out-and-out fan of this handy-cam / lost footage / documentary style of movie making, I for one am looking forward to this very novel & original take on the genre, in what could be Chronicle crossed with Primeval, and a little style of Blair Witch thrown in!

If you haven’t seen the trailer yet, check it out below:

You can also get all the latest updates & information on the UK official Facebook page.

Source: Cryptozoological SocietyThe Dinosaur Project
Reporter: SilverFox

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