Snow Steam Iron [Short]
Starring: Victoria Jacobsen, Samantha Jo
Director: Zack Snyder
Last week I reported the return of Zack Snyder behind the lens with the announcement of a short coming soon, well turns out he wasn’t kidding. yesterday on Twitter, Snyder dropped the announcement himself.
Here’s the synopsis of the short:
SNOW STEAM IRON. Snow gently falls on the blood-stained streets of a seedy out-of-time New York City. Steam envelopes the nightmare unfolding within its narrow alleys. Iron is the will of the one who would dare to resist… fight… survive.
Here’s an official statement from the team behind Snow Steam Iron.
Director, writer, producer Zack Snyder has been making bold films since the very first time he picked up a motion picture camera. Telling captivating stories using his unique visual aesthetic to craft arresting visions of everything from the very real world around us in his breathtaking and painterly early works filled with epic landscapes, captivating and mesmerizing portraits, to the surreal, the subconscious, strange distant worlds, bizarre and mythical creatures and most recently, the most iconic superheroes in pop culture. Over the years the scale of the projects has grown, the complexity of narratives, more epic world building, longer schedules, larger crews, more VFX… until now. Looking for an opportunity to change the alchemy, to challenge himself with new variables, to literally look at filmmaking through a new lens, Zack envisioned his next project. Embracing the curiosity calling from within, Zack set out to answer the question; what could be accomplished over the course of a few days, with a small group of friends and family, shooting simply on an iPhone. The result, SNOW STEAM IRON. After all, the most important part of storytelling is the story.
With a running time of 4 minutes and 5 seconds, Snow Steam Iron is an amazing feat. The grit, the texture, the sound, it’s truly a great way to showcase how far we’re come with the mobile film medium. If you’re a fan of Zack Snyder’s work and you want to see the short, You’ll have to download VERO as it is an app exclusive.
Heads up before diving in, the short contains violence and nudity so it is NSFW (not safe for work) and unsuitable for younger audiences.
— Zack Snyder (@ZackSnyder) September 19, 2017
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Source: Zack Snyder