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Talented filmmaker Cody Ong needs your help!

Here’s a message from indie filmmaker Cody Ong about his new project, and how YOU can get involved:

Spectrum is a short film about a boy who is abducted by aliens. Shot in Los Angeles, California. This is a pitch project for a feature film about a Sci-Fi abduction that turns into a cat and mouse game for a group of teenagers on an alien ship, within the Earth’s moon.


The odds that the human race is the only advanced species in the galaxy is one in sixty billion. The idea of facing other life forms was just a matter of time. It’s been two years since the death of Nancy Quinn, leaving behind her husband John and her two boys, Jack and Henry to look after the farm. That all changes one summer night when Henry looks out his window and sees pulsating light from within the barn which sets off a chain of events for Jack and his friends to find his missing brother, survive alien creatures, and risk their lives while discovering something even more sinister.

The story is a psychological survival thriller about the bond between family, friendship and the battle of fear versus hope.

The trailer for Cody’s short film (which is currently being entered into festivals worldwide) is below and serves as a teaser for anyone who may be interested in helping him create his feature.

Contact details for Cody are as follows:

Twitter: @OngCody

He is also available for interviews and guest appearances on podcasts as he seeks representation.

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