The Hunt for Gollum is an unofficial not-for-profit short film by a group of enthusiast filmmakers. As a Lord of the Rings Fan Film, it is not affiliated with the Tolkien Estate or New Line Cinema and was produced as an entirely non commercial film. The entire movie was released online for free to view on the internet on May 3, 2009; it was made for the enjoyment of the material and the experience of making a high quality low budget film.
The Hunt for Gollum is an unofficial, non-commercial adaption of The Lord of the Rings, but, even for a fan film, you have to admire its craftsmanship. Directed by Chris Bouchard and adapted from the appendices of The Lord of the Rings, the short follows Aragorn (Adrian Webster) on his quest to find the creature, Gollum. The Independent Online Cinema production shot in the U.K. is available for viewing at , and has attracted more than 2,000,000 viewers this summer.
If there's one universal truth about fantasy films, it's that the ones which work - and they are few and far between - have been made with love. This sort of storyline is all about vision and epic endeavours, so what better way to approach it than by making a film which is all about that ethos - one which is made entirely for love, without money entering into it On a miniscule budget without any studio backing, Chris Bouchard and his team of hard working Tolkein fans have made a short film as good as any of Peter Jackson's multi million dollar efforts.
The Homage: Even the opening scenes of the short (if you can really call a nearly 40 minute production a \"short\") are crammed with both the atmospheric grace of Jackson's films, and the music, composed by Adam Langston, Andrew Skrabutenas and Chris Bouchard is a great take on what Howard Shore did for the trilogy. Lesson For del Toro: If Shore is unavaiable for any reason, we suggest GDT hires Javier Navarrete, his Pan's Labyrinth composer and have him do what other musos have done with Harry Potter: take John Williams' original music and weave it into a new symphonic tapestry that changes with each film.
elephant is Gladys' drama directorial debut. Previously she has directed music videos and co-produced award-winning shorts including fan film, The Hunt For Gollum. She has worked as script supervisor on projects including BAFTA winning short, Operator and was assistant script supervisor on Star Wars Episode 7. She has written and produced supernatural thriller, Ghost in The Machine which is currently on the festival circuit.
This story begins six years ago when I, tired from all the global cretinism, decided to create a universal fable about human conflicts and enigmatic mystifying eyes that watch everything. After some months devoted to materializing this idea, the short film Bendito Machine premiered at festivals all over the world, receiving support that exceeded all my expectations. What I originally envisioned as a therapy to channel all that accumulated displeasure, turned out to be (thanks to the friendly welcome of the Internet world) the seed of an uncommon animation series which has occupied quite a sizeable part of my last six years.
An unofficial prequel film short movie to the Lord of the Rings show our favorite characters Gandalf and Aragorn as they search for Gollum. Filmed in Snowdonia and England by a creative non profit organization in collaboration with Tolkien Enterprizes.
The Hunt For Gollum is an unofficial not for profit 40-min film by a group of enthusiast filmmakers. As a Lord of the Rings Fan Film, we are not affiliated with the Tolkien Estate or New Line Cinema and are producing this project as an entirely non commercial film. Production began in early 2007 when writer-director Chris Bouchard started adapting the script from the Appendices of The Lord of the Rings. Since then, the first three days of filming were completed in September 2007 on location in N Wales. In May 2009 the result premiered on the website www.hunt4gollum.com.
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The Hunt For Gollum is an unofficial not for profit short film by a group of enthusiast filmmakers. As a Lord of the Rings Fan Film, it is not affiliated with the Tolkien Estate or New Line Cinema and is being produced for noncommercial use and viewing over the web. 59ce067264