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Teaser Trailer for Stoplight


Taken from the Stoplight indiegogo page:

STOPLIGHT is produced by Wicked Pixel Cinema and directed by Eric Stanze, the team that created ICE FROM THE SUN, which won Best Horror / Experimental Feature Film at the New York International Independent Film And Video Festival.  ICE FROM THE SUN was also listed among ‘The Ten Greatest Cinematic Headtrips Of All Time’ by FilmRacket.com, and called“Startlingly brilliant.” by the New York Daily News. 
Eric Stanze also directed SCRAPBOOK, which was named the Number One Independent Film Of The Year by Rue Morgue Magazine. SCRAPBOOK wonBest Feature Film, Best Director, and Best Screenplay at the Syracuse International Horror, Sci-Fi & Fantasy Film Festival, and the movie won Best Feature Film at the Fright Night Film Festival, in addition to gathering tremendous worldwide critical praise.

You can find an interview I conducted with Eric Stanze here
and the Stoplight indiegogo page is here

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