Here’s a concept trailer for a proposed feature-length film called “Goliath”. It was shot over six days in Alaska and San Diego. The director, Alex Popov, claims that the total budget for this concept trailer was $150. Popov created the concept, props and did the camera op, DP, editing, directing, post VFX, sound design and various other things.
Here’s the synopsis from Popov:
A signal from space ignites a worldwide race to decode it. The Russians decipher it first and learn that a warring alien race is on its way to attack earth. The message, from a second, friendly alien race intent on helping mankind, supplies the Russians with blueprints for a mechanical-human hybrid army of biodroids to defeat our mutual enemy. When the alien armada arrives, however, they wrest control of the newly built biodroid army and it is revealed that there never was a friendly alien race. We have been duped into building that army that destroys us. With the planet in shambles it is up to a group of American soldiers to free the enslaved Russian hybrid army and together defeat the alien invaders.
Check out Alex Popov’s YouTube channel if you’d like to keep abreast of his work and the potential success of ‘Goliath’.