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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 OF AN ANCIENT EMPIRE RED BAND TRAILER – NEW LINKS

May 14, 2010

Here’s the link to the this new version of the trailer: HD version – http://www.vimeo.com/11741527 Smaller version – http://www.vimeo.com/11742906 Same password as earlier. Let me know your thoughts! – albert

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MARCH MADNESS

March 25, 2010

Between preparing this last shooting for Tales (commences Tuesday, March 30) and trying to get the tech side of the Tales pre-orders going, I haven’t had a chance to create the trailer or final key art (the poster). I dropped the ball on making the pre-order process smoother for everyone and I’m sorry for that. […]

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REFLECTION ON TALES

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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TALES OF AN ANCIENT EMPIRE Pre-Order Date Set!

March 11, 2010

Tales of an Ancient Empire Pre-Order Date Set! News some of you have been wanting for awhile now — the pre-order and release dates for Tales of an Ancient Empire. Pre-orders for the limited Special DVD Collectors Edition can be pre-ordered beginning March 23, 2010. The DVD Collector’s edition will begin shipping April 23 to […]

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MEAN GUNS (1997) PROMO IN WIDESCREEN!

March 9, 2010

Another promo I created for foreign distributors. The film was financed by Newmarket Films and sales were handled by Imperial Entertainment. The sound is thin because it was created on an Avid editing machine back 1997 when post technology was still cumbersome. Here’s the link:

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