Causality Season 1 Trailer

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UPDATE: Watch the new season one trailer from the Emerald City Comicon instead! CLICK HERE!

Everyone comes to the past for their own reasons. They do it for curiosity, for escape, to avoid wars and disasters. They all know one thing — they’ll be starting a new life, in a strange new century. Because once you’ve come to the past, you can never return to your own time.

When Holly Wells accidentally arrives in the present day from just five years in the future, Seattle’s hidden community of time travelers is nearly torn apart as she tries to rebuild her life, change her destiny, and ultimately, find something she can call home.

But she didn’t come back alone . . . .

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Apr 12, 2012
7:06 am
#1 Ziggy :

I’m thinking of a word. Just one word, as spoken (or sung, as it were), by Tim Curry in a certain horror musical that gets replayed at midnight showings around the world from time to time. That word is…

“ANTICI-

-PATION!”

Now I’m even more intrigued, and even after a fifth viewing of the trailer, it isn’t wearing off. Quick thoughts:

- Interest very much piqued by the new pieces of the world not shown in the previous promos or the mini-sode; fascinating stuff, and I’m very eager to see how it all fits together.

- Asking questions the audience didn’t know it had yet but now will desperately want answered; nice touch. ;)

- “Rants without screaming” are really hard to pull off; Glynis Mitchell does it here. Nicely delivered intensity without going over the top or having the bottom drop out.

- I am really digging this music. Take that both literally and as a metaphor for everything I’ve watched and heard so far.

Can’t wait to see more…

Apr 25, 2012
8:42 pm
#2 Jason :

- I really like the concept, and the visual execution is stunning

- you must get the voice more ‘present’ on top of the audio. please, *please* take the top 5 similar projects and give a very close listen to their balance with the background

Short form, the distance and ‘room sound’ of the vocal acting presents a distance to the listener. A touch of compression and a little EQ to get the vocals on top is a good start, but just take any five other projects you like, pull up their trailers, and do an analytical listen. You’ll find that the vocal parts are much more present…

Don’t get me wrong! This is incredibly compelling, and if it wasn’t for being 2012 you’d easily pass for a fully funded tv or movie production. Sadly we’re in the age of HD and it’s the weak link, at least of this trailer.

Go get ‘em! Love a *well done* time story, hate most time stories. You’re clearly on the path of the first.

- j

Apr 26, 2012
9:09 am
#3 Glynis Mitchell :

Thanks for the feedback, Jason! We really do take that to heart. It’s much appreciated.

Apr 26, 2012
1:52 pm
#4 Ralph Fontaine :

Yes, as Glynis said, we appreciate the feedback Jason. We are aware the the sound in the trailer is unfinished. As you can tell from the Dr. Genesee minisode, we would normally want to professionally process the sound during the post production phase. In the case of the trailer, we had very limited time because it needed to be ready to show at Emerald City Comicon (before the “Women in Webseries” panel that Glynis was on.) We also showed it at our table at Norwescon, and though I wasn’t originally going to post it until the sound was done, we received such great feedback at the con that I decided it could go up now, and we’ll release an “Improved” version later. Not that we’ll Lucas it up or anything, just do a little more post work to make it the best it can be.

This is a long process for us, due to funding constraints (The Genesee minisode took over a year from start to finish). And while we’ve resolved not to let anything take THAT long again, we will be taking the time we need to produce the best quality possible.

Thanks again, and I hope you’ll keep following our progress,

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