Monday, July 19, 2010

Clonehunter Updates

OK, so the latest info on Clonehunter is that we officially have a Japanese deal in place. So look for it in... 4? months. That's my guess based on previous experience.

And we gotta do a better job of getting web-press on our movies. I mean, we're cool, right? We make science fiction pictures. We're the smallest micro-studio in New York! Can't we be one of the cool kids too?

The only brick-and-mortar retailer to pick us up is Hastings. And that, my friends, puts us ahead of almost all the indy movies out there (yup, that's how scary it is in the real world.)

In that vein we have to put more stuff on the website. And I hate everything web-related. I don't like CSS. I don't like Java or Flash. Heck, HTML irritates me. And right now you can way tell that I'm the last one to work on that Clonehunter page because it's the most rudimentary single-page ever made on the web (or at least since 1995.) So I've got to coerce persuade someone else to do it.

The metadata the distributor wants is:
science fiction, independent science fiction, Andrew Bellware, Clones, Pandora Machine, Lifesize Entertainment, blade runner, sci-fi

"Advice is to put all links, Amazon buy link, rent link, (block on line) Indiefilmkiosk Buy button (not ready yet) right across the top."

Tag lines:



What happens if the artificial intelligence that enables the wealthy and powerful to live in limitless luxury wants to share in it? Cane and his junior partner, Angela, are hired by Gulliver, a brutal Oligarch, to track down a murderous clone that threatens the stability of Gulliver’s private planet. The more Cane and Angela delve into the case the more corruption and rot they discover, until they come face to face with their own darkest secrets and must decide which side they are on.

Lastly the page needs a cast list, a link to, and links to reviews.

All I want is a simple page with frames. Is that too much to ask? (It is, if you're talking about my web design skillz.)


Anthony said...

Frames? NOBODY uses frames any more!

Andrew Bellware said...

Oh crimean vole. What do they use now? Kids these days...

Anthony said...

You use css floated iframes. I think.

Happy birthday!

Andrew Bellware said...

Ooh, css floated iframes sound tasty! I want one in chocolate! (And this is coming from a guy who spends a lot of time with his head in the technical world.)

Birfday! Now to get a drink...