UK-based independent filmmaker Brandon Kahn recently launched his new website to promote his ambitious new live-action martial arts series, Streets Of Myth.
The project aims to bring a fantastic, bold and inventive look into a modern-day England where warrior factions co-exist in social toxicity, seperated by their own walled-in hierarchical societies, and differences are settled with neither diplomacy nor a gun, but amidst a dynamic flurry of fists, feet and martial arts weaponry, skill and stamina. The production recently wrapped up a trailer shoot a week ago, in collaboration with Better Feeling Films, and featuring cast extras supported by select members of martial arts stunt team, SG Action, along with actor Beau Fowler from Ki Films, actress Zara Phythian, and fight choreography team Rx3, all of whom collectively grant credence to the director for what has so far been described as a “positive experience”.
The trailer will be pitched as a webseries proof-of-concept video short that will be revealed sometime between November and December, preceding a major crowdfunding campaign set to begin in 2014 for a pilot-only episode with a duration of up to thirty minutes or longer. What’s even more interesting, considering the interweaving plot set-up, in addition to the runtime Kahn
is shooting for, is that he also aspires to take Streets Of Myth
straight to television, should the series need extra funding. This would ultimately take the series the route of such shows as Game Of Thrones
and Strike Back
. Such similar ambitions are currently shared by such filmgroups as L.A.-based Thousand Pounds Action Company
, and Mortal Kombat Legacy
writer and director Kevin Tancharoen
Things appear to be cooking very well over in the U.K., with exception to Ki Films and Better Feeling, as Fowler
, SG Action
and all cast and crew accounted for are said to be 100% on-board for the pilot and hopeful series, provided that donors help fulfill the campaign that Kahn
will launch in the months ahead. Check out other new promotional character banners and posters from the inspired new series further below, and to follow pending updates and developments on this exciting new project, follow the series with links to Twitter and Facebook at the official website
for Streets Of Myth
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