Be prepared for 'The Humanity Bureau' and 'The Humanity Bureau VRevolution.'
The trailer is now available for free for your viewing pleasure on Oculus. According to the description on the Oculus store website, on Earth Day 2018, they will feature the full feature-length movie in Standard 2D and the unique Barco Escape (3-screen) format version designed to revolutionize and enhance the cinematic experience. The original standard full version will be available on April 6 on VOD and in theaters.
You can view the official trailer here. Yes, there are many trailers already out there on YouTube promoting the film but you can't beat the original and the best brought to you directly by the producers of the movie. Sounds like a fun, suspenseful and interesting motion picture, right?
Nicolas Cage in a Scene from 'The Humanity Bureau'
Nicolas Cage and Sarah Lind in a Scene from 'The Humanity Bureau'
'The Humanity Bureau' Story: Let the revolution begin!
The agency's agenda is to transport all 'unproductive' citizens to a safe haven called, "New Eden." Kross ensures the safety and survival of the boy and his mother; knowing the unjust fate of the innocent boy against the wishes of his superior Adam Westinghouse (Hugh Dillon)—he sets off to expose the secrets of 'The Humanity Bureau' once and for all
The film takes place in the year 2030. The plot is about finding the truth and paying the price for freedom. The film stars Nicolas Cage, Sarah Lind, Hugh Dillon, and Jakob Davies as Lucas. The movie has violent scenes but nothing anyone can't handle.
It was shot in British Columbia, Canada using various formats including 360-degree cameras, Virtual Reality, Barco Escape and standard format. The film is directed by Rob King and produced by Kevin Dewalt who is the owner of the Canadian production company, Minds Eye Entertainment.
The Humanity Bureau VRevolution Premiered at Cinequest 2018
Nicolas Cage is still hot no matter what film he's in.
Nic has stated in interviews, that he prefers exploring his creative side with indie low-budget films compared to box office blockbusters because they are easier to work with and he considers himself a student of acting.
It doesn't look promising that we'll see him back in the big-budget film A-list category again unless there's a National Treasure 3? That Disney sequel to the other two films in the franchise is obviously taking forever!