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Lobsterdance Productions Presents: Nivis Ex Machina


Lobsterdance Productions Presents: Nivis Ex Machina

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Nivis Ex Machina

Atlanta-based independent film production group Lobsterdance Productions has released their latest tokusatsu-inspired short film, Nivis Ex Machina, just in time for the holiday season.

The Lobsterdance Productions team channels their festive side in their latest production endeavor called Nivis Ex Machina. The short was directed by Jared P. Foust and stars Chris Schulz, Katelyn Foley, Rick Jackson and Jacquelyn Wyer. Also featured in this piece are the vocal talents of famed voice actor Ted Thomas, known for many voice roles in films such as Godzilla vs Gigan.

Here is a blurb from their Facebook page:

At long last, Lobsterdance Productions is proud to present to you NIVIS EX MACHINA, our absurdist holiday drama five long years in the making! It is the story of a warm holiday gathering of friends, which erupts into a domestic dispute that quickly spirals out of control. Oh, right, and there’s a giant robot. Small detail.

Featuring the vocal talents of famed dubbing voice actor, Ted Thomas (Godzilla vs. Gigan) and brought to life with 99.9% practical effects work, we hope you will enjoy watching NIVIS EX MACHINA as much as we enjoyed creating it!

Check out the video below and make sure to follow Lobsterdance Productions on Vimeo, Facebook and Tumblr!

Nivis Ex Machina (日本語字幕あり) from Lobsterdance Productions on Vimeo.

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