Stephan Zlotescu’s Sci Fi Short “True Skin” To Become A Warner Bros Full Feature

True Skin is a visually stunning short indy sci fi film written and directed by Stephan Zlotescu. Stephan is an FX guru who has worked on videos for Kanye West, Lady Gaga and Nicki Minaj but have been dreaming of making his own  feature films. With his FX background, he made the short on a shoestring budget, hoping to use it as a showcase for his style and ideas.

Zlotescu’s plan worked. The movie was posted online just a couple of weeks ago and has already been snapped by Warner Bros for making a full feature film with Stephan as the director.

About: N1ON is proud to announce the October 2012 release of “True Skin”, a study of the future augmented world from the mind of writer-director Stephan Zlotescu. Shot entirely in Bangkok by cinematographer H1 and produced by Christopher Sewall, the short film is a glimpse into a much larger story in the works.

Synopsis: True Skin – A sci-fi short set in the not too distant future where augmentation is the way of life. For Kaye, still a natural, augmenting will help him keep pace in this now hyper-paced world. However, after acquiring an off-market prototype, Kaye quickly finds himself fighting not only for his own humanity, but something much larger.

Written & Directed by: Stephan Zlotescu

Director of Photography: H1
Original Music: J-Punch
Producer: Christopher Sewall

 

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