Kaiju Gaiden (2018)

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Kaiju Gaiden
Kaiju Gaiden poster by Jeff Zornow
Directed by Mark Jaramillo,
David Hall (Uncredited)
Producer(s) Benjamin L. Jaramillo
Written by Mark Jaramillo
Music by Adrian von Ziegler
Aspect ratio 1.77:1

Kaiju Gaiden (怪獣外伝,   Kaiju Gaiden, lit. Monster Side Story) is an upcoming American documentary on the history of independent kaiju films in Japan, produced by Stendec Studio. It will premiere at G-Fest XXV in mid-July 2018.

Staff

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

  • Directed by   Mark Jaramillo, David Hall (uncredited)
  • Written by   Mark Jaramillo
  • Executive Producing by   Benjamin L. Jaramillo
  • Music by   Adrian von Ziegler
  • Cinematography by   Alvah Holmes

Cast

Films Featured

Production

Principal photography for Kaiju Gaiden took place in Japan over 12 days in October 2014.[3] A Kickerstarter for the film run by director David Hall launched on September 28 and concluded on November 12, raising $30,591. The film was originally scheduled to premiere at the BAL Theatre in San Leandro, California, on June 20, 2015.

On January 20, 2016, producer Mark Jaramillo removed Hall from the project, citing his inability to pay the film's staff, mail rewards to the Kickstarter backers, or produce "10 seconds of edited footage."[4] Hall released a trailer the same day, claiming Kaiju Gaiden was "98 percent finished."[5] The fate of the other two percent is unknown, as he has not updated the film's Kickstarter since August 1, 2016.

In 2017, Jaramillo returned to Japan to shoot additional interviews, and released his own trailer for the film at G-Fest XXIV on July 15, 2017.

Gallery

Main article: Kaiju Gaiden/Gallery.

Videos

2017 Kaiju Gaiden trailer

External Links

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