Crossing Shadows is a sci-fi comedy fan-film based on the tabletop roleplaying game Shadowrun. Shot in 2006, finished in 2008, remastered in 2019 in 1080p.
Synopsis: Doing the same style of Shadowrun missions over and over again, a bunch of friends try to renew their ideas and organise a live-action Shadowrun mission. The frontier between reality and fiction gets blurry when the live-action mission gets in the way of more serious events.
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On the new version: I was keen on trying new upscaling gadgets and I had opened the old project files with all the original sources. I started playing with it, clip by clip, and then went to look at the quality of the online version dating back 2008. It was atrocious with outdated codecs and low quality compression. The film was shot in 24p with the Panasonic DVX100a and the sources with the DV codec were way more pleasing to the eye. Once I had started I couldn't stop the upscaling process and remastering. 50+ hours later I have a new version. The edit is the same but the special effects had to be redone for the most part. The subtitles are also way better for what should be the definitive Crossing Shadows experience.
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