Dan Trachtenberg to Direct VALENCIA. Bad Robot and Paramount Insurge Producing VALENCIA | Collider
Nice micro-budget/Twilight Zone concept. Look forward to it.After his short film based on the video game Portal went viral, director Dan Trachtenberg has been attached to several projects including Crime of the Century and Y: The Last Man. Nothing has come to fruition yet, so Valencia is poised to be Trachtenberg’s feature directorial debut after closing a deal with Bad Robot and Insurge Pictures (a Paramount division for low-budget projects). The Wrap provides the synopsis for the Dan Casey script:
“The majority of the movie takes place in an underground cellar, home to a teenage girl and a caretaker. The girl woke up in the cellar after a car accident, at which point her eerie companion tells her a nuclear attack has devastated society. The girl still hopes to escape.”
Paramount greenlit the $5 million production for a fall start date. Check out Trachtenberg’s Portal: No Escape after the jump.
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I just finished watching Europa Report! What an astonishingly good piece of hard science fiction filmmaking!!
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