Indie ‘Predator Island’ to make it to home video, pay per view in fall

September 7, 2005


The 80-minute “Predator Island” was shot with a Panasonic AG-DVX100A miniDV 3-CCD 24p camcorder.
“Predator Island,” an independent action/horror feature from Connecticut-based independent studio Synthetic Cinema and Tripeg Studios. The film is being brought to market this fall by the Universal Music Video Division in a distribution deal encompassing home video/DVD, pay-per-view and broadcast.

The 80-minute drama was shot with a Panasonic AG-DVX100A miniDV 3-CCD 24p camcorder.

Director of Photography Andrew Gernhard co-founded Synthetic Cinema last year with a mandate to produce quality film products that are highly marketable. The company’s first purchase was the AG-DVX100A, and Synthetic recently purchased a second camera. Both DVX100As are now being used to shoot Synthetic’s latest feature, “Blood Descendants.”

“Predator Island” was both edited and finished in-house on a Media 100 system.

For more information, visit www.panasonic.com/broadcast and www.media100.com.

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