Brush of the God (2022)

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Brush of the God
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The Japanese poster for Brush of the God, illustrated by Yuji Kaida
Directed by Keizo Murase
Written by Takeshi Nakazawa (screenwriter),
Keizo Murase (original story)
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Brush of the God (神の筆,   Kami no Fude) is an upcoming 2022 tokusatsu kaiju short film directed by Keizo Murase in his directorial debut. The film was crowdfunded via Motion Gallery in September 2020.[1]

Description

One day, a boy living in a rural town in Japan encounters a rabbit with a mysterious brush. The rabbit, which speaks human language, explains how the brush it has can make whatever one thinks into reality, and is on a journey to keep the Yamata no Orochi from resurrecting into the world and keep the brush out of the hands of nefarious individuals.[2]

Development

Director Keizo Murase originally conceived of the idea for Brush of the God while making The Mighty Peking Man, following a suggestion that he write a film for Hong Kong producer Chua Lam.[2] The Motion Gallery crowdfunding campaign for Brush of the God raised ¥2,600,192, well over its ¥2 million goal, concluding on September 25, 2020.[1] A subsequent Kickstarter campaign was unsuccessful, raising less than half of its $24,272 goal.[2] The production posted test footage of the Yamata no Orochi puppet online on October 29.[3]

Staff

Staff role on the left, staff member's name on the right.

Appearances

Monsters

Weapons, vehicles, and races

Gallery

Main article: Brush of the God/Gallery.

Alternate titles

  • The Brush of God (alternate translation)[2]
  • The God of Brush (alternate English title)[4]

Videos

Special announcement trailer
Special announcement trailer #2
Yamata no Orochi test footage
Yamata no Orochi test footage #2

External links

References

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