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Glass Eye Pix’s resident sound designer Graham Reznick has
also proven himself a very interesting filmmaker in his own right with his
surrealist nightmare of a debut, I CAN SEE YOU, and his futuristic 3-D short
THE VIEWER. While talking to Fango about his episode of TALES FROM BEYOND THE
PALE (debuting this week), Reznick gave us an update with some story details on
what looks to be his next feature THE TELEPORT, an expansion of the
aforementioned short film. Read on for the info!
“It’s coming along well,” he tells Fango. “[THE TELEPORT] is
in the middle of its second draft. I’m very happy with the first draft and just
polishing it up a little bit before we start approaching people.
“It’s a very, very different story” from the source, Reznick
continues. “The telepathic interrogation [which THE VIEWER showcases] is the
frame story and there’s a character called The Viewer in it, but where THE
VIEWER was about a single murder based on an act of espionage, THE TELEPORT is
about teleportation-research scientists on an off-world base who may have
discovered a form of wireless teleportation.
“In this world, there’s only wired teleportation like what
you see in THE FLY—two ends connected by a wire. So they discover wireless
teleportation, but something goes wrong, and then there’s an alien entity
that’s involved…and that’s all I’ll say at this point. It gets really crazy,
and I’m very, very excited about it. Once we finish up [Ti West’s] THE
INNKEEPERS in a couple of weeks, we’re going to go out full-force fundraising
and trying to get it put together, and hopefully we’ll be shooting sometime in
the middle of next year.”
Check back at this site tomorrow for Reznick’s comments on
his TALES entry, “The Grandfather” starring Angus Scrimm!
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