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Alien: The Adora Files Now Online – Alien Fan Film

Felix Berner has just uploaded the finished version of his tribute fan film, Alien – The Adora Files. The tribute Alien fan film clocks in at around 15 minutes runtime and is available to watch on Veimo in Standard Definition – HD is currently encoding.

The film was filmed entirely in front of a green screen, using digital environments and physical actors and props. It has a very found-footage/interview-esque style for some of the short Alien fan film and then a more traditional style of filming for other scenes.

“Alien: The Adora Files takes place between Alien: Isolation and Aliens and features some characters from game and some from the movies – for example also the father of someone you already know. Tyran is the leading company of an alliance called The Union which also includes Seegson as a partner, so Seegson and Tyran are working close together to defeat Weyland-Yutani.

The ship on which all hell is breaking lose is called the U.S.S. Adora — a Union space ship that belongs to Tyran Industries — where the crew is fighting/losing against some aliens — but where the aliens are from is a secret right now.”

It’s a cool Alien fan film and well worth 15 minutes of your time to see the tribute created by Felix for the franchise we all love. Be sure to head on over to the Alien – The Adora Files page on Facebook and let Felix know what you thought!



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Comments: 10
  1. Gate
    If you want an honest review, I thought it was fun to watch but you can really tell the production was rushed at some point. I'm assuming they wanted to meet deadlines.
  2. Corporal Hicks
    Impressive space-based CGI, but the rest of it seemed very 'Mortal Kombat'-like. The disconnected fashion of the scenes and constantly running credits made it unfortunately feel more like an extended trailer than a self-contained story.

    If I remember rightly the original project was a 3 minute kind of thing. I do agree though. Whilst I loved the look and feel of it, the story didn't really feel right. There were about 4 sets of stories in there without time to really do anything with them. Obviously we can infer it all but its not the same. I thought the switch between found footage and "traditional" was a little jarring too.

    I think with the next one, Felix should pick a single story and try and develop that within the runtime and settle on a single style. Personally I'd love a found footage film. Just some creative criticism.

    Have you been holding out on me, Aaron? Why are you and your pal in the credits? What did you do?

    It says what we did in the credits. Some voices. I did the interrogation during the opening. Chris did the Adora Captain and the A.I.

    >Not dedicating it to H.R. Giger.

    2/10 would not bang.

    That's harsh mate.
  3. Darkness
    Have you been holding out on me, Aaron? Why are you and your pal in the credits? What did you do?

    I thought it was going to be in realtime and not a report with flashbacks. There was way too many different things happening on the Adora when we finally got to that stage and none of them were really explained. The credit scenes seemed a bit bizarre to me as well. I think there should have been flashes with what's happening on Adora to the guys in the forest but the credits should not have been there. I loved the Predator cameo appearance and the space CGI is pretty good. The digital magic in it is kinda slick looking.
  4. Xenomorphine
    Impressive space-based CGI, but the rest of it seemed very 'Mortal Kombat'-like. The disconnected fashion of the scenes and constantly running credits made it unfortunately feel more like an extended trailer than a self-contained story.
  5. Corporal Hicks
    I enjoyed that. The digital backgrounds were fantastic, some great CG there. All the props and the costumes looked great! As did the Alien suit. I quite enjoyed the Captain's acting too.

    It does feel like the story had more to it than than could be done properly in the 15 minutes which let it down. But as far as a tribute it was very lovingly done and you can see that.


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