The Pod, as described by writer/director Eric Pennycoff is the story of "An astronaut is confronted by a speaking nebula while trapped inside his malfunctioned space pod. As the pod is pulled towards the nebulous light, Eugene’s haunting past coalesces with his current situation. Who is it that’s really speaking to Eugene Gordon?"
The soundtrack, written by avant garde musician Toby Driver and described by him as "A further foray into electroacoustic music" is available on his bandcamp page, below. All money raised with it will be used to fund the production of new Kayo Dot album, Hubardo's, vinyl release.
Why would a short film not be as fleshed out and complete as a long one? They're usually a lot better and more to the
point than 3 hour long epics as well as being less costly or scattered. Think of them as the cinematographic equivalent of
I wasn't saying it needs to be a 3 hour epic, overly long films can be very boring, alot of Space Odyssey puts me to sleep. It takes the spaceship like 5 minutes to land in the one scene just so Thus Zarathustra can play along side it. I just hope it turns out good enough to be something that's rewatchable.
Space Odyssey is one of my favorite films, so ouch but I get how some people don't like it. I was thinking more about Inland Empire (It's interesting like most of Lynch's stuff but fuck does it need patience).
Well they showed a few images in the trailer and they looked neat. Did they say when it was coming out?
No I really like Space Odyssey, but a few parts like that towards the beginning can be difficult to sit through because they are so long. The whole movie overall is fantastic. I was unable to find a release date for this though. The soundtrack is 20 minutes so hopefully the film will be a bit longer than that.