A documentary, “Volantor,” about Dr. Paul Moller’s 45-year journey to bring his M-400 Volantor, dubbed the “Skycar” by the press, to the market is now in production.
USC School of Cinematic Arts graduates Scott Hardie and Konstantin Brazhnik are in pre-production for the documentary film, leading up to Moller’s upcoming flight tests in October.
“Our cameras will capture history in the making as we witness Paul brave the dangers of being his own test pilot when he steps on board for the first time and flies his Skycar,” the producers say. “Will he succeed in achieving his childhood dream or is the public just not ready for another Wright brother?”
“I believe that this is our opportunity to document one of the great inventors of our time and by taking a ride on his dream, we may all be motivated to pursue our own,” adds Scott Hardie, director.
The filmmakers, who are sponsored by Fractured Atlas, are seeking donations from fans and enthusiasts to fund the production through Indiegogo.com/Volantor Incentives for donations range from signed memorabilia to a VIP tour of Moller International to see the Skycar in person. For more information: Volantorfilm.com
Documentary about 45 years of nothing would be interesting to see.
Moller is better than Madoff. I wonder how Moller is doing this.
Frederick McGinty says
USC film school graduates: The latest people to be suckered-in by the magical Moller Skycar. This ought to be quite the documentary. I can’t wait.