Posts Tagged ‘sci-fi’

Coming Back for the holidays with some improvements

November 14, 2012

The 22 minute version of the sci-fi pilot film, I, Creator 2 – Goddess of the Hunt will be back for the holidays with some editing tweaks to add to the enjoyment.


Modern Day Myth Productions Is Casting Amazon Actresses To Play Futuristic Amazons

November 21, 2010

Sorry, no new pictures or artwork for this post. New artwork is in production for future posts.

There will be open roles for Amazon Black Ops Special Forces cyborgs with height requirements of six to seven feet tall.

Here is their uniform once again:

There will also be open roles for Amazon soldiers from two enemy nations and one civilian husband of one of the Amazon soldiers. Men from this world are between four and five feet tall. Amazons are six feet tall.

We will be casting an actress who is a dead ringer for Artemis: Goddess of the Hunt as the title indicates for this new production. We need someone who resembles the museum statues of the goddess.

Lastly, silver aliens will be needed. Maybe four of these guys, hunting the Amazons in the woods for game.

I, Creator 2: Goddess of the Hunt

This production will be a short of approximately 30 minutes and if the production values are high enough, this short may be used to help with the fund raising for a feature to follow down the line.


When life around the universe becomes threatened by two Amazons transformed into cyborgs who are obsessed with ruling the universe, the goddess of the Amazons appears among them to prepare three cyborgs to become the champions of humankind.

We hope to shoot this short next year around the summer time. But, we have a long preproduction planned that is necessary to build custom props, a spaceship for the production, casting, rehearsals, and costume making and fitting.

Click here for the latest updates:

Get Ready For I, Creator — A Direct To DVD Release

April 19, 2010

Indie filmmaker Mike Cervello and his company Modern Day Myth Productions are releasing their first feature film, the science fiction fantasy drama,
“I, Creator” Spring 2010. The movie was shot in Southold, Long
Island in December, 2008 and at Forrest Park in Queens in March, 2009, and
stars several local actors.

As with any independent production, creativity makes up for small budget. In
Southold, a cottage in White Blossom Homes doubled as both a military facility
and a scientist’s home. Cervello and Director of Photography Rich Drezen (from
Long Island) went in front of the camera to play soldiers. Rich stepped in when
an actor pulled a no-show for a critical scene, leaving Mike to work as a one
man crew, running camera, sound and lighting.

In the film, Dr. Robert Bruno (Mark Fernandes) is commissioned to reverse
engineer cyborg Gail Storm (Galina Friant), taken from her home planet Delta
Four in the Alpha Centauri star system. Bruno is to make an army of super
soldiers to kill terrorists. Before he does that, Bruno secretly builds a
daughter, Angela (Christina Orloff) – a prototype super soldier – with firmware
never to kill humans or allow other machines to kill. Bruno’s defiance is
discovered and the family battles the Military who are ready to unleash new
cyborg killers onto the battlefield.

Harlan J. Strauss plays Lt. General Steve Dalby and Darren Assante plays an
ex-Delta Force captain. Cervello’s story takes place in 2062 to commemorate the
centennial of Artificial Intelligence research, which began in the 1960s.

“I wanted to make a science fiction movie that is basically Frankenstein for
the 21st Century, with a twist,” says Writer/Director Mike Cervello. I, CREATOR
is a micro-budget production, financed by Cervello, who is releasing the film
direct to DVD. “I emptied out my 401K during the 2008 stock market crash in
order to make a low budget movie that has a story of social value – the
self-destructive nature of humans – because it’s something I feel very strongly
about,” says Cervello.