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Deployment Strategy

DIRECTED BY - Mark Cheng

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In 2055, artificial intelligence is possible. The government tries desperately to control the use and abuse of cybernetic beings while society struggles to accept them. Software hackers are both highly coveted resources and enemies of the state. Lt. James Lee, computer psychologist, embarks on his first assignment. His wits and training will be put to the test. But what about his beliefs? In a time of self-aware software, who exactly is endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights? Man? Machine?



Film Info

RUNTIME - 30 minutes

RATING - Not Rated

YEAR - 2007

FORMAT - DVD Region All

COUNTRY - United States

LANGUAGE - English

ATTRIBUTES - Widescreen, Color, Director's Cut

Rey Oliver Bune Lee
Einar Gunnar Diplomay Yanovec
Nathan Faudree Major Huron
Anthony Arbaiza Chavez
Brianna Shaughnessy Willie
Joe Barbagallo Warnock
Rob Maison Combat Mech
David Potashnik Capt. Dack


Mark Cheng


Mark Cheng


Jen Tang


Mark Cheng

Director of Photography

Patryk Rebisz


Mark Cheng

Sound Design

Rob Daly

Special Effects Designer

Mark Cheng



Director's Bio:

Mark Cheng is a software developer for MTV Networks' Nickelodeon brand. When he's not cranking code, he's writing and shooting films. A graduate of Cornell University's class of 1997 film/theater program, Mark happily transitioned his film making from splicing 16mm reversal on flatbed Steinbecks to cutting at the speed of thought on modded water-cooled dual cores. After college, Mark worked countless hours in senseless production assistance jobs on commercials for Chef Boy-R-Dee ravioli before swearing off a career in film permanently and pursuing the stable career of a web designer. Seven years later, Mark found himself in his final year of business school working as a consultant in the financial industry. The long-buried desire to make films and tell stories came back with ferocity. Deployment Strategy is a result of that ferocity and its production has been meticulously blogged on the Mark's site, www.iMustMakeThisFilm.com The site's name serves a mantra and a reminder to its owner and all who visit the site that passionate pursuits can yield passionate results.

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