A press release from John deCaux of SixFootFourProductions:
Level 17 is an Australian Action Adventure Sci-Fi web-series that has just been released. The first episode is available here.
Synopsis: Smart, savvy and unpredictable, Ethan is a college student who struggles to understand his destiny when time begins folding in on itself. According to the mysterious arrival of Professor Anderson, the only way Ethan can save his gorgeous girlfriend Danielle is to save the world by any means necessary.
Outline: Professional, emerging, amateur and student independent South Australian filmmakers have combined their talents to produce the digital web series Level 17.
Part of our culture is interest in science fiction, fantasy and action based adventures with Level 17 promising to meet those needs in a fresh, new innovative web-series. With a confirmed YouTube partnership, the web series will be launched on July the 17th to satisfy an already large following based on the successful “likes” count on the internet such as Facebook.
The production has brought together very talented South Australian individuals that are on the way to establishing themselves in their chosen careers.
Level 17 is an all-new sci-fi, action based web series that relied on Indie Film makers and volunteers to create. Previously having worked before on Almost There, a feature film nominated for “Best Feature” in 2011 and 2013, the team of John deCaux (Director) and Adam M. Carter (Producer) have gathered together some of the finest Indie film makers and volunteers to create the all-new sci-fi action based web-series filming just under a week.
Although the production team worked well together with the help of sponsors such as The Adelaide City Council, the post production team have been working around the clock creating special effects including amazing CGI sequences that will hit audiences in the face. The amazing Alien characters were carefully constructed under the direction of John deCaux along with Jack French, the Special Effects Supervisor.