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Primordia

Only the Worthy will be Chosen

An unlikely heir to a secret bloodline of powerful immortals battles against their ultimate nemesis to restore a stolen power to its destined people.

  Edmonton, AB  |  Horror, Sci-Fi

Mission #3: Poster

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Mission #3: The Poster A - Primordia
Title: Out of the Darkness. Model: Peter Baden, Photographer and Designer: Andrew Guardamano, Make Up by Amandeep Sandhu and Watfee Hajer, Set and Lighting by Navin Patel and Nicholas Slaby, Shoot Supervision by Tanisha Kotowich. Set Assistance by Jessica Pryer
Checkout the posters. Model: Peter Baden, Photographer and Designer: Andrew Guardamano, Make Up by Amandeep Sandhu and Watfee Hajer, Set and Lighting by Navin Patel and Nicholas Slaby, Shoot Supervision by Tanisha Kotowich.
Mission #3: The Poster B - Primordia
Title: Shift. Model: Tyler Roberge. Photographer and Designer: Andrew Guardamano. Shot outdoors on a chilly day in suburban Edmonton. Tyler is a trooper!
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Checkout the posters. Model: Peter Baden, Photographer and Designer: Andrew Guardamano, Make Up by Amandeep Sandhu and Watfee Hajer, Set and Lighting by Navin Patel and Nicholas Slaby, Shoot Supervision by Tanisha Kotowich. So what's in the URN? Well, there are three ways you can find out. First you'll have to kidnap and torture the answer out of me, OR you can read the first and second novels available everywhere, OR you can simply VOTE for Primordia and watch what's lurking inside. It'll be perhaps the most illuminating answer as to how Vampyres are truly created...

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    David M. 0  posted 4 years ago

    Both are good posters. Liked A better, but I'm in the minority, I guess. Just found out the film has a background in a series of novels. Way to bury the lede.

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    Colleen C. 1  posted 4 years ago

    I picked Poster A with the 39% of the fans.

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    Ron S. 0  posted 4 years ago

    It was a tough choice both are great. I would of showcased that the movie was based on novels a little more or just bigger.

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    Ry B. 0  posted 4 years ago

    I think both options of your poster art is fantastic, it draws the eye and is intriguing, and your title font IS distinct and original and doesn't immediately make me think of any other film, which is a tough thing to do these days. I prefer B for it's simplicity and it catches the eye much quicker and dominantly than A does.

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    Kevin L. 0  posted 4 years ago

    The major weakness of both posters is that the title font is indistinct. If a poster does nothing else, it should make the title stand out in the reader's mind. I prefer A because it has a more arresting image.

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    Andrew G. 0  posted 4 years ago

    Would you care to clarify what you mean by "indistinct" and what context do you mean by it?

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    mike w. 0  posted 4 years ago

    Great gothic grabber!

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    Michael N. 0  posted 4 years ago

    both of your posters are really well done! -psychonaut

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    Lana D. 0  posted 4 years ago

    A is fantastic. B is good, but will speak better to the film-going audience.

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  • Colleen's Photo
    Colleen C. 1  posted 4 years ago

    Hello I picked Poster A yesterday Primordia. Peter Baden looks great. Great photography by Andrew Guardamano.

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    Stephen B. 0  posted 4 years ago

    Thanks for the pick, Colleen! Glad you liked it and surprised you recognize Peter in all that darkness.

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    Joanna G. 1  posted 4 years ago

    Awesome looking posters. Look big budget and very pro. The flash of gold in the first, and the whisp of smoke in the 2nd both stand out to me. Great job.

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    Stephen B. 0  posted 4 years ago

    Gold and smoke are our bread and butter. Glad those stood out to you!

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