Metal Gear Solid: Project Fox

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Metal Gear Solid: Project Fox

Postby Kadizzle on 08/23/2008, 2:38 am

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Metal Gear Solid: Project Fox is a non-profit fan movie currently in production by Subsistance Films, based on the Hideo Kojima series Metal Gear Solid, published by Kojima Productions and developed by Konami. It is a unique chapter in the Metal Gear timeline that revolves around a team of Special Forces Unit FOXHOUND Commandos instead of the traditional Solid Snake. It takes place between Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty and Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots. Produced by Bryan Anderson and Andrew Kadikian. Directed by Andrew Kadikian. Starring Devin Pino, Kamen Hristov, Devin Cullen and Corey Parrish.

Background:
In the year 2011, just one year after the Big Shell Incident and three years before Guns of the Patriots, the war economy is sprouting. Private Military Corporations are sprouting up all over the world and a new system of control is being built. In the midst of this a tormented soldier takes refuge with his comrades. He violently protests against the corruption of the US Government. In 2005, Special Forces Unit FOXHOUND was disbanded, except for one, small division. One division of FOXHOUND remained and has been working in secret for six years after the Shadow Moses Incident. They send in a team to the remote region of The Ukraine where Tomas King built his stronghold, but all is no where near what is seems.

This is our major project and is regrettably going to take us a long time to make. We want this to be perfect and not have any flaws in order to honor Kojima. The earliest to expect it would be around 2009. Also, If you do not already know, we do all our stuff for free. We will never sell our productions or ask anything of you guys in turn for what we do. However, we do require money and hard work to operate. We have to raise money any way we can since we are not getting it from our productions. For that fact this movie will take us a long time because we need a lot of things and those things cost money. We will keep our promise for free, quality entertainment at our own sacrifice as we continue to work diligently to produce this and all of our other movies.

-Andrew Kadikian, Director/Producer


http://www.subsistancefilms.wetpaint.com
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Re: Metal Gear Solid: Project Fox

Postby Hermes on 08/23/2008, 1:09 pm

Just a quick recommendation. Your website, while adequate, is not professional enough to justify someone donating money to your project. The dark background and green text make everything seem like the underbelly of the internet. Try and brighten things up and make a more professional site. Look at OSWD.org for many free website templates that give a more professional look. Or consider purchasing a template from one of the many popular template stores around the internet (just google website template).

Second, you need to provide a way for people to donate. Set up a paypal donation account and add a link to your post and website so people don't have to worry about mailing checks or wiring money (as one would do with a scam).

Hope this has been helpful and good luck!
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Re: Metal Gear Solid: Project Fox

Postby Kadizzle on 08/23/2008, 4:01 pm

Thanks for the tips bro! That was some quality advice, but are you interested in the movie itself? I expect a large audience of die hard MGS fans.
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Re: Metal Gear Solid: Project Fox

Postby liambauckham on 08/24/2008, 12:48 pm

ive recently finished a metal gear film, its an old one in terms of my ability nowadays but due to certain problems we have had to create the movie entirely in post
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Re: Metal Gear Solid: Project Fox

Postby Kadizzle on 08/24/2008, 2:00 pm

What is the name of it?

EDIT: I saw it on your site, Metal Gear Waller. I Couldn't find the video though.
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