Anima is a short film adaptation of the famous gothic novel Frankenstein by Mary Shelley set in a nearby future. The film is a mix of Science fiction and psychological horror. The film is already in production and is set to be premiered in December 2017.
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Team

Ragnar Bollason

Creator
  • props
  • screen writing
  • Assistant director
  • Film director
  • Film Student
  • Short films
  • Make-up

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Info about events connected to the project will be published on our Facebook page, links below.

About the director

Ragnar Bollason, has a background in theater and art. He's now studying at the Icelandic Film School and graduates in May 2018.

I've been in theater and creating art since I can remember and have always been fascinated by this world. So I decided to take it a step further and started studying film making, I do not regret it.

Anima is a film I've always dreamt about making. To make an adaptation of one of the classic Gothic novels has always been a dream of mine. Though the film is a adaptation of Frankenstein there are hints from other Gothic novels and films hidden in the film.

Please help me make my dream come true, each contribution matters.

Thank you in advance,
Ragnar Bollason.

More about the project

A creature wakes up in an office with no memory of who it is or how it got there. It must look for answers by following it's captors rules and escape.

Frankenstein is a classic Gothic story which has often been adapted into film. Some can connect with Frankenstein and his longing to create while others connect to the creatures depression and loneliness.

This adaption focuses on the question why are we here and what is the point, why does our creator not answer us? What if our creator is just like us, in search for purpose and trying to find the answers through us?

The story is told from the perspective of the creature in a nearby future version of the Frankenstein story. The creature is a mechanical being with a human face, memories and personalities have been uploaded into it to help it cope with the environment. Set up as a session with a psychiatrist where Frankenstein is the psychiatrist and the creature is the patient. But what happens when the tables turn and the patient starts asking the questions?

Anima Machina is a short film adaptation of Mary Shelley's classic novel Frankenstein. The film happens in a nearby future and is a mix of sci-fi and psychological horror.

Links

Facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/AnimaMachinaShortfilm/

Instagramið:
https://www.instagram.com/animamachinashortfilm/

Posters:

Posters designed by the director Ragnar Bollason and Brandur L. who both have a history in art.

Poster, black on white. logo Anima.

Poster, yellow on black. Logo Anima.

Poster used during screenings.

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