Time Lapse

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    Time Lapse

    Directed by

    USA

    2014

    103 min

    • English

    Sci-fi, Thriller

    TIME LAPSE, from co-writer and director Bradley King, is a sci-fi thriller that explores the possibilities of time travel via a machine that is capable of peering 24 hours into the future. When three friends discover this strange machine in their neighbor’s apartment, they are faced with a number of pressing questions, not least of which is the whereabouts of their neighbor. Realizing the potential impact of the machine, Finn (Matt O’Leary), Jasper (George Finn), and Callie (Danielle Panabaker) attempt to cash in on their discovery, but when a dangerous criminal learns their secret, the friends must set aside their differences and confront the paradox of a future that is at once predetermined and entirely uncertain.

    Festivals

    Credits

    Cast
    Danielle Panabaker
    Matt O'Leary
    George Finn
    Amin Joseph
    Jason Spisak
    Screenplay
    BP Cooper
    Bradley King
    Cinematography
    Jonathan Wenstrup
    Editing
    Tom Cross
    Music
    Andrew Kaiser

    Director's Statement

    I have always wanted to combine a sci-­‐fi element with the close-­walled suspense, voyeurism and character triangle/betrayals of neo-­‐noir. My favorite science fiction gives a cautionary glimpse at an aspect of human nature through the lens of futuristic technology. TIME LAPSE is in this tradition, exploring our human urge to fixate on the future and the sometimes joyful, sometimes disastrous results. This is my first feature film. I hope you enjoy it and feel a little bit mind-­‐fucked when it is all over.

    Production
    VERITAS PRODUCTION, LLC

    Press

    A terrific, tight and twisted time travel thriller

    Dave Ollerton, The London Film Review

    Bradley King

    Bradley King

    USA

    Hailing from Los Alamos, New Mexico, Bradley studied animation at the Colorado Institute of Art and then attended the Colorado Film School where he won several student awards for his short films. After moving to Los Angeles, he wrote and directed the film festival winner ACTION FIGURES, a short comedy about an over-planned yet ill-fated convenience store robbery. He then directed the XBOX / Star Wars viral hit THANKSGIVING DINNER which became an online sensation garnering millions of web hits.

    It was during this time he worked on creative content for many of his friends’ media projects. After helping realize their individual successes, the newfound inspiration brought him back to concentrate full-time on feature film directing.