About Our Production Process

How we film?

Script Writing

Akashic Spheres has an overall arc which guides us while writing the guts of the story. Its the Dynamic Production Method which basically means we custom tailor the scenes to our resources available. It works like a champ.

Film Production

Film (silver nitrate on cellulose) is rare these days, Everything is digital. We call it film because we are using the production style that creates traditional cinema. Video is more or less live broadcast.

Industry lingo, an episode is 20+ minutes long. A feature film is 60+ minutes long and usually falls between 90 - 120 min. Features take a really long time to produce and even harder to get funded. Being a filmmakers with limited resources, we devised a plan to chop the film up into 10 minute "chapters". These are much easier to manage and once all the chapters are put together without credits and intros we will ultimate have a feature film. The upside is that we can deliver these chapters to you at relatively regular intervals.

Our goal is to recieve $5000 per chapter. I know its a lofty goal, but not unrealistic. Watch our pilot "Chapter 1" for FREE! Keep in mind, we shot this with no budget at our own expense. IMAGINE the overall production value if we had a reasonable budget to work with. This is why we need your contribution. Our promise to you: Your money will be well spent to increase the quality and speed of production. Be part of this amazing film project. With your help, we can make this an on-going TV series.

Meet the creator

James Scott

Hi, I'm going to talk about myself in first person, I hope you don't mind. Ever since I was a kid I had a facination for animation and sci-fi films. I remember watching "Jason and the Argonauts", "The Invaders", "Godzilla", "Star Trek" and so many others on TV. Like "Adult Swim" we had all sorts of catchy names for the programming "Creature Feature", "Saturday Mattinee", "Paul Barers Horror Show", and who can forget "Elvira's Movie Macabre".

To say these programs had an influence on me is an understatement. Even though I had a burning desire to make film, I was assured it was an impossible dream. So I worked toward the goal by picking up skills and honing my talent through various forms of media. From graphic design, 3D modeling, photography, animation and VFX, I was finally feeling confident that I could undertake filmmaking.

It took a lifetime to get here and if I were to do it all over again, I would have started with film. Its insanely gratifying.