Promonews - 2nd Oct 2017

On a recent shoot in Tokyo director Noah Conopask was inspired by "everything I was seeing around me visually - the streets, the people and the fashion." He also learned about a doomsday cult called Aum Shinrikyo that let off deadly sarin nerve gas in Tokyo’s subway system two decades ago.

"It made me think of Dylan Thomas poems about life and death. It was something I wanted to bring to life cinematically. I had a vision of a few of the cult members walking around Tokyo. Staking out the attack, the way thieves would a bank heist."

Watch 'Noah Conopask 'And Death Shall Have No Dominion' by Noah Conopask' here

PRO Credits

Credits

DirectorNoah Conopask
ProducerLarissa Tiffin
Director of PhotographyGarrett Hardy Davis
EditorJames Dierx
Editing companyWhitehouse Post
ColouristSeth Ricart
Grading companyRCO
Other creditsMusic: Traces Voice Over: Vivian Talent: KO3UKE Onishi, Kenji Araki, Percy

Promonews - 2nd Oct 2017

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