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"Flying Man": Pictures records hot Sci-Fi Short (Exclusive)
Marcus Alqueres Short's adaption is made by Scott Glassgold, who has just entered into a first-look contract with the atelier. The Flying Man, a shortfilm created and staged by animateur and full-length video effect star Marcus Alqueres, has been acquired by Sony Pictures with the intention of transforming it into a full-length feat.
Simultaneously, the studios has concluded a first-look contract with Scott Glassgold, who is responsible for the big-shot take and who has set himself the task of exploring, creating and positioning this type of short as a movie project. Glassgold, who previously worked for IAM Entertainment, will be producing through his recently established Ground Control Group.
Flying Man, Glassgold, and Alqueres used the excitement of the shorts to wrap the movie with a special scripted by Chris Collins, author of The Wire, Star Wars: The Clone Wars, and Sons of Anarchy. Included in the contract are the title to the shortfilm and the screenplay.
Telling the story of a promising suicide hero seen through the eye of a man who wants to perpetrate a criminal offence, the shortfilm attracted a great deal of interest in the industrial sector when it was released at the end of 2013 and was seen over 7 million copies on the web. The Brazilian director, producer and editor of the shortfilm, Alqueres, trusted his many years of experience in the field of producing and editing video effect glasses such as 300, Source Code, The Planet of the Apes and The Adventures of Tintin.
Glass Gold previously created Short's Trueskin at Warner Bros, Rosa at Fox and Beyond at Universal. With the first-look deals, producers are asked to use these kinds of short and get them to Sony. IAM Entertainment's Raymond Brothers is also making Flying Man. UTA, Ground Control and Myman Greenspan represent Alqueres.