The independent film Human Residue has long been on the production stage but no fresh news has come so far. However, going by the trailer released back in 2006, movie buffs like me are eagerly waiting for its release.
It’s a non-profit film but the footage you watch in the trailer gives you an idea of the great concept and plot that certainly make it one of the most anticipated indie movies.
Human Residue is a collaborative feature film, and this medium brings filmmakers and technicians around the world to work together on various promising projects but on a very low budget.
Here is the ‘Human Residue’ Movie Trailer
As per the synopsis on the official website, it’s going to be a human survival thriller set in the near future where a group of seven young volunteers is put in an isolation unit for 30 days but when the experiment ended no one came to let them out.
In fact, something terribly goes wrong and as they come out, they witness no traces of humanity. Now, they all are on their own looking for clues about what went wrong and ways to survive in a horrible post-apocalyptic world.
Director Chris Bouchard is known for his 40-minute tribute film The Hunt For Gollum (2009) based on J. R. R. Tolkien’s book and Peter Jackson’s The Lord of the Rings film series. He has also been involved in a few other independent movies including the sci-fi short film Capture Anthologies: The Dimensions of Self (2011), Star Wars Revelations (2005), and the upcoming Hackney’s Finest (2015).
Human Residue is an ambitious project for which collaborators across the globe are contributing to making it one of the finest products. As per our understanding, the project is getting delayed because of the difficulty producers are facing in making a high-quality feature film while using readily available resources such as low-cost digital cameras rather than those high-end cinema cameras, in addition to the development of CGI animation on the home computer.
Starring: Arin Alldridge, Ben Anderson, Rachael Blyth, Matt Cunningham, Ivania Elena, John Hoyle, and Adrian Webster
Directed by: Chris Bouchard
Please visit the official website of Human Residue for future updates.