Visually stunning and with an epic feeling, Michael Degani’s Dachshund X is a one minute trailer contemporary sci-fi blockbusters could easily make use of. Narrated by a rough voice of a seasoned warrior, the film is set in the vast, steaming deserts and after it ends, you’re left with a feeling of wanting to see the whole thing. What is Dachshund X and will the man succeed at revenging the deaths of his slaughtered loved ones?
My name is Michael Degani, I am a director from Switzerland. I actually studied business and worked in finance before beginning to direct short films in London where I was living at the time. I moved to California a year ago and began working on productions at Youtube for the Producers Guild and Marvel.
Dachshund X is a trailer that was produced for Pearl Street Films and also entered in Project Greenlight. It was shot in the California desert during August over the period of two days, in 110 degree heat.
I am currently developing a short film based on a Korean manga about love. We will use innovative visual motifs to portray the pain and range of emotions one feels internally during a breakup. The film will financed by Iain Morris of the Inbetweeners and shot in Geneva this fall.
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