Advert Break – Independent Computer Animated Sci-Fi Film / “Race”

The Synopsis: On the high energy Star Car racing circuit, driver Trance Caldron and Team Earth are independent, undisciplined, and out to prove themselves.  After they stumble onto an attempt by archrival Team Tagmatian to overthrow the peacekeeping Alliance leadership, the prestigious Star Car Championship becomes a mach speed backdrop for a deadly showdown where the fate of the universe hangs in the balance.  Trance must push his car, his team, and himself to the limit.  In a race between good and evil… Winning is everything.

The project is the first self-produced feature from Hyper Image, a Post Production and Animation Studio in Glendale, California.  After about a decade of development, production, post production, and a long search for distribution, we’re really looking forward to the release.

The director, Robert Brousseau, has previously helmed numerous projects, including episodes of the animated “Roughnecks: The Starship Troopers Chronicles” and “Sherlock Holmes in the 22nd Century,” for which he was nominated for an Emmy.

Meanwhile, screenwriter, Rhonda Smiley, has written for countless live action and animated television shows, including the Rick Springfield series, “High Tide,” “Tarzan: The Epic Adventures,” “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Next Mutation,” and “Totally Spies!”

James Hereth served as editor on the film and voiced the lead character.  Previously to that, he produced the television movie, “The X-Team,” starring Eric Mabius, and acted in the series, “Mowgli: The New Adventures of the Jungle Book.”

Official Website: http://racethemovie.net/

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One comment

  1. Sci-Fi is the best, i love sci-fi movies, books and stuffs like that. I am a man of science that is why i love it :,`

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