Blockbuster-Quality CGI and Action-Packed Fight Sequences Turn Four-Year Vision into a Film-Quality Marvel
When robot rebels go after you and your family, what do you do? Take ‘em out. Released today, CONSTRUCT is a new 12-minute short that picks up where its popular teaser left off, pitting a gentle android against the murderous robots that mean him harm. Created by Kevin Margo and a team of artist friends, CONSTRUCT has used the latest advances in technology to turn in a feature-grade film, without the budget or resources of a major studio.
Started in 2014 as an off-hours project for Margo, the CONSTRUCT team has grown over the years, utilizing a wide range of talents, from Blur Studio artists (where Margo has directed and supervised VFX) to the stunt choreographer for Daredevil and Deadpool. Liam Neeson’s stunt double even got involved, providing movements for the film’s antagonistic foreman. In total, 75 artists and performers have contributed to the short, helping Margo realize 210 all-CG shots, often out of his 300-square-foot apartment in Venice.