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The GC Records’ crew set out to make a Philip K. Dick Sci-fi Film to Preserve Writer’s Legacy
Announcing a New Project From the GC Crew
The film is a Philip K. Dick adaptation (Total Recall, A Scanner Darkly, Blade Runner) and we have confirmed cast members Yuri Lowenthal (Prince of Persia video game) and Tara Platt (Wonder Woman in the DC vs Mortal Kombat game)!
About director Shahab Zargari:
Shahab Zargari has published two photography books, one art anthology and a science fiction novel, blog posts, as well as creative copy for national and regional ad campaigns. Editing film and video for sketch comedy, music videos, national TV commercials and other film projects is his forte, but he has stepped into the role of Director for the first time on the upcoming short film, Phillip K. Dick’s The Crystal Crypt.
About author Phillip K. Dick:
Philip Kindred Dick was a prolific author who was first published in 1952. His first sale was the short story “Roog.” His first novel, “Solar Lottery,” appeared in 1955. Dick produced an astonishing amount of material during the 1950s and 1960s, writing and selling nearly a hundred short stories and some two dozen or so novels during this period, including “Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?” and “Time Out Of Joint,” ” His most well-known works are Blade Runner (1982) from his “Do Androids Dream Of Electric Sheep?” upon which the film was based, starring Harrison Ford. Shortly before the film premiered, however, he died of a heart attack at the age of 53. Since his death, several other films have been adapted from his works including Total Recall (1990) and several unpublished novels have been published posthumously.