Q: What is "Colin Clarke's RAVEN 2"?
A: RAVEN 2 is the sequel to the highly rated "Colin Clarke's RAVEN", which debuted on the Internet film site IFILM.COM in October of 2000.
RAVEN 2 follows Lucas Foster, once a decorated homicide detective, now a private investigator. He spends a most of his time running errands for members of the Mafia.
But his life is about to change.
What seems like a routine missing persons case begins when a wealthy lawyer hires Foster to locate his beautiful client's runaway daughter. But The case takes him through the dark labyrinth of the city's occult underbelly, into a world where nothing is what it seems and diabolical forces lurk around every corner.
For Foster's agenda runs parallel to that of another dark figure who roams the shadowy streets; a resurrected being from the pits of Hell - the one called Raven . . .
Q: How long did it take to finish?
A: About a year and a half.
Why did it take so much longer to make RAVEN 2 than it did to make the
Q: What kind of hardware did you use to do the animation?
A: A home-built PC system consisting of a Pentium III 550mHz processor, 512MB ram, a 10GB system drive and a 20GB storage drive, 16 bit sound, and a 16MB 3Dfx Voodoo 3 video graphics card. A Pinnacle Systems DC30Pro capture board was used for compression and editing of the video files, and output of the finished movie to tape.
Q: So how can I see it?
RAVEN 2 is currently available online in both downloadable and streaming video. Find out where by visiting our online Theatre
On the festival circuit, it has been shown on the big screen as part of Renderfest in Toronto; the Rock River Film Festival in Illinois (where it won Best of the Fest Runner Up); the Saints and Sinners 2 film festival in Florida (where it won 4 awards - Best Direction (Animation), Art Direction, Visual Effects, and Musical Score), and the 2002 Midwest Music Conference and Film Festival in Lexington, Kentucky.
Q: Will there be a RAVEN 3?
A: A completed screenplay, dated 07/02/03 does exist, but there are no plans to develop it further.