Blending his love for revolutionary authors like Philip K. Dick, William Gibson, Ray Bradbury and the visionary renderings from filmmakers of the early 90’s and 80’s science fiction and cyberpunk.
Writer/Director, Tim C. Szabics, wants to REMEMBER THE SUN to challenge the idea of the soul, memories and what constitutes consciousness, but still retaining that human element. A question is ultimately asked: If given the tools, how far would you go to save the only light in your life. At the heart,
REMEMBER THE SUN is a love story.” sub_heading=”About” link=”|||”][pt_vertical_tabs_item uniqid=”5c937915e19fd” heading=”Approach” desc=”REMEMBER THE SUN deals with a tricky subject matter. On the surface, it mirrors today’s drug culture, and the boundaries humanity pushes – ethical and not. But underneath, it’s dark romantic outlook is intended to stick with the viewer long after it’s over.
Based on characters and a world Szabics has been developing for a potential series, he wrote a short film that best captures the spirit of the world.” sub_heading=”Approach” link=”|||”][pt_vertical_tabs_item uniqid=”5c93791bfd58b” heading=”Style” desc=”This is a new, yet familiar world and early talks between writer/director Tim C. Szabics and DOP Jason Jonas Gonzalez focused a lot on “Brand.” The story is told in a non-linear fashion but remaining coherent with sequential events. There are many layers built into this short film that should someone want to piece the puzzle together, the opportunity is there. However, you don’t have to be a detective to understand the emotional journey these characters undergo.
Besides, it looks pretty and has a killer original soundtrack by Chan Redfield that carries the mood throughout!” sub_heading=”Style” link=”|||”][pt_vertical_tabs_item uniqid=”5c937926c9c5a” heading=”Post” desc=”After 2 long days of production, a very minimal budget, REMEMBER THE SUN headed straight to post without a moment to breathe. The film was cut by Szabics himself over the next 3 months.
Along with editing, Tim C. Szabics (MARSGOHOME) also completed some 60+ VFX shots. Some subtle and hopefully unnoticed, and some to help drag the viewer into a new kind of world.
Working side by side of the edit, long-time friend and collaborator of Szabics, Chan Redfield was pounding away creating the enriching soundtrack of the film.” sub_heading=”Post-Production” link=”|||”][/pt_vertical_tabs]