Synopsis

1884 Yesterday’s Future: A magical story “written” in 1840, more than 40 years before the advent of cinema. A story about special agents using new technologies from the future, like the James Bond of the 19th century, in the era of the steam engine …

Credits:

  • Format : 100’
  • Category: Feature-length film of animation
  • Type : Science-fiction chronique
  • Techniques: classic 2D, puppets and 2D, 3D CGI.
  • Director : Tim Ollive
  • Author Scénario : Tim Ollive
  • Graphic authors: Richard Ollive and Dennis de Groot
  • Producers: Steam Driven Film Limited and 2d3D Animations
  • Partners: Peculiar Pictures and Terry Gilliam
  • Public: family (Teenagers and adults)