Every team member on this project works in aviation by day; that is how we all know each other and it is how we fund this film. We utilize social media to interact with our growing audience and we use the feedback we get to build the film the way the audience sees fit. Every week we create another small piece of the film and our viewers determine its fate. We are self funded but crowd powered. Follow us all the way to the theater.
Prototype camera rig designed and constructed by Liza Trainer
Liza Trainer's design for an all terrain scout vehicle. This little baby would be able to self level using a gyro and hydraulics. This is in the future so the hydraulics would be very fast and light weight. The cockpit would be on a gimbal so it has unlimited mobility. Please subscribe to us on youtube and follow us all the way to the theater.
Wardrobe concept by Liza Trainer.
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In 2012, the idea and story for Bad Seeds began developing in a small indie studio in Ft Lauderdale. The creator of Bad Seeds, Liza Trainer, decided not to pursue the typical process of production and decided to invent a completely new method of filming: one that gave the audience direct involvement with the film. A small retinue of people, from all walks of life, came together in support of this idea and Bad Seeds was conceived. In fact, most of the crew came from a history in aviation, including Liza herself. Liza has an affinity for the media streaming sites that have connected people from across the globe and has been a regular contributor. She thrives on pushing the envelope and enjoys nothing more than lighting a fire in the heart of any viewer caught in her creative snare. Liza’s Liveleak account, originally opened in 2007, has garnered considerable attention and swelled to over nine million views. Viewers regularly cast their votes on videos and state their preferences on various aspects of the film, including the merchandise we provide. Bad Seeds has been funded completely out of pocket. All of the filming equipment has been modified or constructed by hand, in house. Some of these are even designed from aircraft parts/materials, creating truly unique tools to aid the pursuit of our unified goal. In a world where people spend hours on sites like YouTube or LiveLeak and have their own stage on their Vine or Instagram, indie is becoming a way of life. This is a day and age when even the pope has his own twitter. The Bad Seeds team is exploring uncharted ground. Bad Seeds is giving its audience a reason to care. Bad Seeds pushes the envelope with resourcefulness and ingenuity. Bad Seeds has taken unconventional …and welded articulated robot legs to it.
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