“Mad God”: After 30 years, finally waiting!

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The trailer of the “new” experimental animation “Mad God” created by the legendary stop-motion animator Phil Tippett, who is well-known for “Star Wars” and “Jurassic Park”.

The new quotes are because the film has been in production for a long time, “a nightmare that has been produced for 30 years.”

"Mad God": After 30 years, finally waiting!

The picture of “Mad God” is very horrible and sensational. A world full of wars, monsters, monsters, mad scientists…

"Mad God": After 30 years, finally waiting!

The characters, scenery and environment of this stop-motion animation are all handmade.

Now it has been produced by Phil Tippett (20 years later and found the puppets of the year) and a group of voluntarily joined intern painters. It will premiere at the Locarno Film Festival on August 5.

"Mad God": After 30 years, finally waiting!

Phil Tippett is the stop-motion master behind many of the greatest special effects spectacles of our time, including “Jurassic Park” and “Star Wars.”

"Mad God": After 30 years, finally waiting!

Now he is about to complete “Mad God”, a bizarre and beautiful science fiction horror epic that has been developed for more than 30 years.

"Mad God": After 30 years, finally waiting!

Before the premiere of the feature film at the Locarno Film Festival in Switzerland, Tippett released a trailer for “Mad God”.

"Mad God": After 30 years, finally waiting!

“Mad God” was conceived by Tippett, and all the scenes, creatures and environments were hand-made and filmed in his studio in Berkeley, California.

"Mad God": After 30 years, finally waiting!

Tippett initially produced a few minutes of footage for “Mad God” before shelving the project in 1990.

In 2012, the project was relaunched as a Kickstarter, and finally crowdfunding supported the creation of three short films.

The creative team is composed of students from the local art school and long-term industry veterans.

"Mad God": After 30 years, finally waiting!

To date, the project has attracted more than 2,500 supporters who have pledged to provide US$124,156.

“Mad God” will premiere at the Locarno Film Festival on August 5.

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