Bruce Gallagan (short science fiction film: in full).
Attention all sci-fi fans! Buckle up and prepare for a wild ride, because a new short film called “Bruce Gallagan” is hitting the streaming tubes, and it’s out of this world.
The story revolves around Bruce Gallagan, a brave adventurer who won’t rest until he recovers the precious seventh crystal that has been stolen by the nefarious robot magnate, Izonor. To make matters worse, the crystal has been hidden on a mysterious and isolated planet, making the task all the more challenging.
Despite the Admiral’s warnings, Bruce and his trusty sidekick Lena Wildborn embark on their greatest adventure yet. The planet they are headed to is a place where anything can happen, and they’re determined to uncover the location of the crystal.
Written, directed, and produced by the multi-talented Pau Perramon, and co-produced by Aleix Viadé, “Bruce Gallagan” is a tribute to the 70s sci-fi genre that will have you on the edge of your seat from start to finish.
Starring Eric Romero as the eponymous hero, and Alba L. Andres as his intrepid partner-in-crime, this film features an impressive cast of talented actors, including Dionisio Macias as the narrator, Anne-Sophie Herrgott as the hooded creature, Pau Perramon as Izonor and Zeecans, and Richard Cowper as Admiral Rick Arbing (voiced by Dionisio Macias).
With a costume design by Cora Beas, cinematography by Jordi Roset, and make-up and hair styling by Africa Perez, “Bruce Gallagan” is a feast for the senses. And with music composed by Pau Perramon and arranged, recorded, and produced by Marc Papeghin, the soundtrack is sure to transport you to another dimension.
This short film is a true labor of love, with concept art, 3D animation, and composing all done by Pau Perramon, and the planet texture courtesy of James Hastings-Brew. Plus, art consultant Guillem Serret and prop maker Albert Viadé have helped bring this out-of-this-world adventure to life.
If you’re looking for an entertaining and visually stunning tribute to classic sci-fi, look no further than “Bruce Gallagan.”