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Saturday, April 16, 2011

Eric Zann to play again...



H.P. Lovecraft's short story The Music of Erich Zann, my personal favorite, has been adapted multiple times (see Unfilmable.com's Lovecraft Theatre for examples), but I still get excited every time I discover a new one, and this time is no different! Funding on this latest version is underway, via IndieGoGo, and so far, they've reached the half-way point with a little over two weeks remaining...

The short film, to be directed by Jonathan Bloom, follows young Victor Strahovsky, a shy musician with a crippling case of stage fright, who moves to an old apartment building in hopes of practicing for his upcoming concert in private. During the night, he begins to hear a haunting tune echoing from upstairs, where on the highest floor lives Erich Zann, a mute former violin maestro, who lost his place in the spotlight years ago, and has now turned to forces not of this world to regain his former glory...

Pre-production, including casting and location scouting, is currently underway in Helsinki, Finland...

Check out wreckamovie.com, indiegogo.com and the production blog for more...


(Thanks to wreckamovie.com)

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