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TALES OF AN ANCIENT EMPIRE screening at Fright Night Film Fest

July 26, 2010

Tales is screening on Sat, July 31 at 9 p.m. The show will be followed by Q&A with director, Albert Pyun, writer, Cynthia Curnan and Director of Photography, Phillip Waters.  Please anyone in the nearby area come and join us.  We’d love to see you! We will be there on August 1 too.

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TALES Article and Pyun interview on IFC

June 22, 2010

Albert Pyun’s “Tales” Stand Tall By Stephen Saito on 06/22/2010 Albert Pyun, photo courtesy of In the independent filmmaking world, Albert Pyun is a little more independent than most. Having made his directorial debut with “The Sword and the Sorcerer” in 1982 after serving an apprenticeship under Akira Kurosawa, Pyun carved out a unique […]

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May 14, 2010

Here’s the link to the this new version of the trailer: HD version – Smaller version – Same password as earlier. Let me know your thoughts! – albert

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April 9, 2010

I happen to read a mention on about CHUD’s Devin Faraci doing a post op at his CHUD on what went wrong creatively with Clash of the Titans. Because I’m immersed in the last stage of finishing Tales, I found it an interesting read.  In Devin’s mind the culprit is clearly the studio […]

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Tales Story/Plot Tweak

April 4, 2010

I realized as we started doing the final edit, that we really needed a romantic story thread, especially with the vampire element. So we added a tragic love affair that culminates in becoming the biggest threat to the Princess (Melissa Ordway), her half-brother Aedan (Kevin Sorbo) and half-sister Rajan (Janelle Taylor). Cynthia and I felt […]

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DIY Film Distribution: How Albert Pyun Is Ditching The Studios

March 28, 2010

Great Article from Movie Mavericks:

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Columnist Weighs in on My Films

March 24, 2010

I recently read a column by Adi Tantimedh where he sort did a pretty good introduction of my films to an unsuspecting audience. While some of the factual details of productions were gleaned from inaccurate and erroneous Internet material, I thought Adi’s column got it mostly right. This reflection, after he had published his column, […]

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March 21, 2010

On this Sunday morning,  as I sit here listening to Tony’s latest music cues and as the visual effects are edited in, I marvel at this tiny hard drive because it contains the sum total of my life. It’s clear to me that Tales of an Ancient Empire is by far the best film I have ever […]

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March 19, 2010

Hi Everyone! Sorry we’re a little sparse with updates but we’re in the final process for finishing Tales for it’s April 23rd premiere. One think I’d like to pass along to everyone who has or will support our first release Bulletface during the TALES DVD special collection during the pre-order period, we are going to […]

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March 12, 2010

Bulletface is odd movie, but that’s they way we want Albert Pyun to work. His filmmaker-personality is showing  clearer. He’s like an arthouse-exploitation-director who mixes the esthetics of DTV and French arty farty.Though he’s not the man behind the script, everything on the screen is Pyun. From characters to visuals, the music and twists. I’ve […]

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