Filmmaker HaZ Dulull gets in
with new short film
By Randi Altman
Writer/director/VFX supervisor Hasraf “HaZ” Dulull, whose sci-fi short
Project Kronos is currently being adapted into a feature film, recently completed another short,
Sync. Dulull says this proof-of-concept piece is part of a package used when developing feature film and TV properties.
Sync’s story is that every 15 seconds, a computer, network or mobile device is hacked by cyber-terrorists. To combat this problem,
the fictional Syntek Industries has manufactured data couriers designed from advanced machine robotics. These couriers are known as Syncs, who are programmed to securely deliver data packages without interruption.
This busy London-based pro, who started out in visual effects working on films such as the
Dark Knight and Hell Boy 2, and who has a number of VES Awards noms under his belt, transitioned to writing and directing with
Project Kronos, and he just keeps testing himself in all aspects of filmmaking. That includes his own
HaZ VFX Ltd, which offers visual effects supervision and consulting.
Sync, which launched on the Web this week took four months to produce, from initial concept to shooting to post. Let’s dig in a bit deeper.
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