Anamnesis Web Series Releases April 12th

Anamnesis will be released on April 12th!

All five episodes of the web series will be released Sunday, April 12th—official Lucid Dreaming day!

Now, you might be saying…“Wait, wait, what was Anamnesis again? It’s been so long I can’t remember.”

I don’t blame you.

To recap, Anamnesis is a web series that was inspired by the short film that shares the same name, and in late 2012 we launched a Kickstarter to raise funds to produce the first five ambitious episodes of a greater story that we hoped to make. We surpassed our fundraising goal, and spent the next several months shooting and doing post. We were all set to release the episodes in November of 2013, but for reasons we’ve already explained we weren’t able to make them public…until now!

Some Basic Information

As I said above, all five episodes will be available on YouTube on Sunday, April 12th. Each of the five episodes are between 12 and 15 minutes, totaling about 66 minutes of content. While it’s not required viewing, we recommend watching the short film which serves as a prologue to the series (but let’s be honest, you’ve probably already seen it 😛 ).

The last big item I want to cover is the inevitable question: “Is there going to be more?” We currently do not have plans to continue the web series. As I said above, we finished shooting in 2013, and since then we’ve been developing and pursuing a number of new projects that we’re excited about. That being said, if these episodes end up doing well and the demand is there, then who knows… :)

All Of The Social Medias!

We’ll be releasing a lot of fun content leading up to the release, and for several weeks after as well. To make sure you never miss a thing, you can follow Anamnesis on Twitter (@AnamnesisSeries), you can Like us on Facebook, and you can of course subscribe to our YouTube channel where all the episodes will be posted.

We’re really excited to finally get to share Anamnesis with all of you!

—Michael

 

an·am·ne·sis 

noun

  1. recollection; remembering what you forgot
  2. the remembering of things from a supposed previous existence

 

 

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 Michael Tucker

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I'm a co-founder of Finite Films, and I directed the shorts You Are Here, Defenseless, Mistletoe, and Imperfect. Besides writing and directing I'm generally known for being the "VFX-guy" and for obsessing about new Apple products or video games. Currently writing a new film noir-esque short.

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