DIGITECH 2015: Exhibit 344


Chronos Web Series

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Project Team

Reshmie Punwasi, Senior in Studio Art
Charles Levy, Junior in Advertising
Mariana Alves, Junior in Media Communication Studies
Leyla Erkan, Senior in Media Communications Studies
Andrea Nieto, Sophomore in Digital Media Production
Sabrina Torres, Senior in Graphic Design and Advertising
Sophie Navarez, Junior in Public Relations
Nicholas Rivers, Senior in Studio Art

Project Oversight

School: > College of Motion Picture Arts


Faculty Oversight: Steve McDowell

Course Oversight: COM3393


Description

Chronos is an anthology series, where every episode takes the point of view of a different character. The series is set in a world where time travels exists in the form of natural disasters aptly called, “time storms.” These storms are completely random and cannot be prevented or controlled. The people of this world are forced to deal with the ensuing chaos as they are flung back and forth through time. Government agencies try to maintain order and prevent the spread of alternate timelines, while others seek to manipulate history for their own insidious purposes.

By teaming up with the College of Communication & Information, we have been granted the assistance of various mentors. Professors and professionals from all parts of the media industry are helping our team with each facet of production. This project will be our calling card to the industry and we’re making it our duty to deliver the best time-travel epic ever told.


Make sure to subscribe to our Channel. Episodes will start being released in April and April 30th at 7pm, we will be premiering our show at the FSU ASLC


Unique Features

-We are incorporating 3d printed props into one of our episodes.
-We also have a team of over 60 people working on the entire series that come from all age ranges and different backgrounds.
-We also make use of the Black Magic Camera to film most of our scenes.

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