On Wednesday, writer/director Jacob Gentry (The Signal) will bring his film Synchronicity to Fantasia International Film Festival, and we're pleased to debut a clip in anticipation of its world premiere.
Here's a little bit about Synchronicity:
Synchronicity follows the story of a daring physicist who folds time to travel into the past, trying to stop a mysterious woman from stealing his invention. But once there, he gets caught in a love triangle that will fracture his reality and endanger his entire future...
With Synchronicity, Gentry wanted to draw inspiration from the gritty cyberpunk textures and analog synth sounds of sci-fi movies from the 70s and 80s, as well as the harsh shadows and smokey glamour of post-war crime dramas in order to create a retro-futuristic world that the audience could climb into and walk around inside of. He wanted the audience to experience an atmospheric playground where the mysteries of the universe can be explored in the dark unknown of time and space.
I'll be attending Synchronicity's premiere on Wednesday, so look for my review later this week!