Dean Takahashi writing over at Venture Beat: This week, Neill Blomkamp, the Academy Award-nominated director of District 9, unveiled a short film that he made with the Unity Technologies game engine. At Unity’s event in Austin, Texas,...Show More Summary
This week, Neill Blomkamp, the Academy Award-nominated director of District 9, unveiled a short film that he made with the Unity Technologies game engine. At Unity’s event in Austin, Texas, Blomkamp’s Oats Studios showed off Adam: The Mirror, a 6-minute film that was a sequel to Adam, a short film that Unity built as an internally produced showcase demo last year. […]
In movies like Chappie, District 9, and Elysium, director Neill Blomkamp has explored the intersection of humanity and technology. It’s a topic he returns to again and again, and it’s something he’s obsessed with as a storyteller. So...Show More Summary
Neill Blomkamp’s Oats Studios picks up where last year’s ADAM left off – as a group of humanoids who find themselves freed from oppression, and searching for meaning after they meet two mysterious strangers. Like Chapter 1, it was created using the Unity engine.
Neill Blomkamp - the man behind dystopian delights like District 9, Elysium, and Chappie - is turning out to be as innovative in his movie-making as he is with his subject matter
Neill Blomkamp’s Oats Studios, in partnership with Unity, has just released the second chapter of the ADAM story, made in real-time using Unity. For those interested in watching part I, you can do so right here. Join our amnesiac hero as he discovers a clue about what and who he is. Show More Summary
With critically-acclaimed science fiction films District 9, Elysium and Chappie contributing to his fame, filmmaker Neill Blomkamp and his own film production company, Oats Studios, has joined forces with American video game development brand Unity for a sequel to Unity’s award-winning 2016 short, ADAM. Show More Summary
District 9 and Chappie director Neill Blomkamp of Oats Studios has teamed up with Unity to help create the next installments of their ADAM franchise. First up is ADAM: The Mirror, a follow-up to the original sci-fi short film ADAM from 2016. The magnificent short, created in real-time using the Unity game engine, follows an...
As we told you yesterday, Unity Technologies, creator of the world’s most popular creation engine, has partnered with Neill Blomkamp and his Oats Studios on two short films. Blomkamp has directed the next installments in the ADAM franchise, ADAM: The Mirror and ADAM: The Prophet. Out of the Unite Austin 2017 Keynote last night, Adam: The Mirror has just made its way […]
District 9 director Neill Blomkamp wrote and directed a short film using the Unity game engine and it's super cool. Blomkamp, alongside Oats Studios, created the second video in the Adam story (the first is here), which was designed to show off graphical advances made with the popular game engine. Show More Summary
Oscar-nominated filmmaker Neill Blomkamp came out of the gates white hot with his new Oats Studios venture, launching incredible new genre shorts at a rapid fire pace earlier this year. All has been mostly quiet on the Oats Studios front the last couple months, but that silence has just been broken. Today, Unity Technologies, creator of […]
Popular game software developer Unity has finally revealed the trailer for the next instalment of its award-winning short movie, Adam. The upcoming sequel chapters will be directed by none other than director Neill Blomkamp, who took Hollywood by storm with his 2009 sci-fi picture District 9. Show More Summary
The 2009 movie District 9 was Neill Blomkamp's first feature film, an expansion of his short Alive in Joberg. The movie was about an alien invasion, but was also a political allegory illustrating the effects of xenophobia and racism....Show More Summary
District 9 director Neill Blomkamp wants to take on one very specific Marvel character, and it's a damn-near perfect choice.
District 9 and Chappie director Neill Blomkamp would jump at the chance to make an Iron Man movie for Marvel.
Last month, Neill Blomkamp premiered a new short film Zygote through its experimental features from Oats Studios. The fan community definitely wanted more. The story for Zygote is fairly simple about two survivors in the near future at an underground mining facility—trapped with this hideous, most terrifying monster made out of human limbs. Show More Summary
One of this year’s coolest things has unquestionably been Neill Blomkamp’s new independent venture Oats Studios, which has given rise to crazy shorts like Rakka, Firebase, and my personal favorite, Zygote. Without any studio interference, Blomkamp has proven that he’s one of the most original and visionary filmmakers working today. Today, Blomkamp and Oats Studios just […]
Neill Blomkamp has announced his next project: The Gone World, which is supposed to be "Inception meets True Detective."
After temporarily setting aside his film ambitions to focus on his experimental Oats Studios, Neill Blomkamp is set to return to the feature film world to helm an adaptation of the sci-fi thriller The Gone World. Blomkamp is making a faster return to the feature films than I initially thought. Show More Summary
Neill Blomkamp is NOT working on an EVENT HORIZON sequel. There, just needed to get that out of the way asap. Now, if you're unfamiliar with Tom Sweterlitsch’s science-fiction thriller novel THE GONE WORLD, no worries, theShow More Summary