SANDY COLLORA ANNOUNCES ANTHOLOGY OF ORIGINAL HORROR/SCIFI SHORTS
SERIES OF “LONG SHORTS” BEGINS WITH SHALLOW WATER – WITH A NEW CINEMA CREATURE, & INTENSE PRACTICAL EFFECTS
Sandy Collora is a longtime special effects artist who helped create some of the more renowned and revered creatures in modern cinema. He produced and directed the fan film Batman: Dead End, hailed by filmmaker Kevin Smith as “possibly the truest, best Batman movie ever made”. Collora has announced his long-awaited return behind the camera with an anthology of “long shorts” – 20 to 30-minute original genre films. His first entry in the anthology is Shallow Water, a gritty and intense film that unleashes a new cinema creature unlike anything seen before. To help fund it, Collora has launched a Kickstarter campaign.
Laments Collora: “I love genre films. I grew up on the original Alien and Predator, and they are awesome. But it’s too long since we had something new, unique and powerful in that space.”
The campaign to help fund SHALLOW WATER is now live on Kickstarter — 85K Goal Halfway Met!
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