Last post, I ended by telling you the next exciting piece would be about the tale of the three dragons.
This is not one of those three dragons. That piece has been delayed a few days while I’ve been researching a recent executive management shakeup affecting two of the largest companies in giant screen and immersive cinema.
So, to whet your appetite, here’s a quick peak at Dragons: Real Myths and Unreal Creatures, an upcomming giant screen and digital 3D film from Marc Fafard, the director of Adrenalin Rush and Dinosaurs: Giants of Patagonia, which will be distributed by The Kinotech Blog’s good friends at Big&Digital.
Among all the fantastic creatures that have been created within the imaginations of humans through the ages, dragons have filled an immovable place in our hearts and minds. Dreaded in the West and venerated in the Orient, they have a place in every mythology in the world. They are often foreseen in its numerous apocalypses. Touching some of our most deep-rooted fears or mesmerizing us with superlative and magical attributes, they are as much objects of study as they are central characters of ageless myths, countless legends and new stories. Follow two peculiar characters – an unusual dream therapist and his mysterious patient – as they dig up and “live” many spectacularly reenacted classical myths with different dragon types and incarnations in the search for the root of a recurring nightmare.