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    1976 meditates on presentiment and sound. The surreal short crafts an unsettling atmosphere of foreshadowing and immanent change. A clever combin… Read More
    1976 meditates on presentiment and sound. The surreal short crafts an unsettling atmosphere of foreshadowing and immanent change. A clever combination of live footage and CGI, the film allows its soundtrack to drive the visuals. Everyday objects reverberate, twist and react to an oncoming pulse of events as they converge on a farmhouse lost in rural America. A film by Aggressive, The Loop & Echoic. Read Less
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1976 meditates on presentiment and sound. The surreal short crafts an unsettling atmosphere of foreshadowing and immanent change. A clever combination of live footage and CGI, the film allows its soundtrack to drive the visuals. Everyday objects reverberate, twist and react to an oncoming pulse of events as they converge on a farmhouse lost in rural America.
 
A film by Aggressive, The Loop & Echoic.
 
Credits:
Production Co: Aggressive 
Postproduction: Loop
Sound: Echoic

Directors: Alex Topaller, Dan Shapiro 
Art Director: Alex Mikhaylov 
CG Supervisor: Max Chelyadnikov 
Editor: Adam Thomson 
Music & Sound Design: David Johnston, Tom Gilbert 
DP: Eli Born 
Producer: Kelvin Craver, Elena Orlova
Production Designer: Geoff Flint  
CG Artists: Max Chelyadnikov, Dmitry Paukov, Alex Frukta, 
Vladimir Tomin, Daniel Rybkin, Valdemaras Dzengo, Danil Krivoruchko, Roman Senko, Vladislav Solovjov 
Production Manager: Dustin Pownall  
Color Grade: Marshall Plante