Exolatry - Trailer
"Exolatry" tells the story of an actress who exalts to fame as thousands of women with her name have been found murdered. The prime suspect is her idolizing ex while the name of the actress is someone very close to viewer of the film.
The name of the actress and victims in the film center around the viewer's closest female lover, friend, or family member. In addition to her name being showcased, viewers will be engaged with other familiar content throughout the film. This new level of viewer engagement will evolve storytelling in film by introducing personalized content.
In acknowledging that every story has already been written and every movie has already been made, Cinedapt's core focus is to revitalize the monotony of current movies dating millennia by applying its patent-pending process to film-making.
Each time a viewer watches a Cinedaptive® movie, a new experience will be given through machine learning and customized rendering of scene variants specific to the person watching.
In contrast to interactive movies and chose your own adventure style stories, Cinedapt® mutates the film seen by learning and adapting to the viewer with an intent on invoking an emotional response and delivering originality. When was the last time a horror movie frightened an audience with nightmares or a comedy actually made them laugh?
Cinedaptive® films use Cinedapt’s patent pending technology to adapt content for an emotional connection and response by learning a viewer's fears and sense of humor while incorporating Cinedapt’s patent pending technology to track and prevent film piracy.
Michael is an award winning technology and entertainment industry professional with decades of experience in software engineering, film production, program management, technical architecture, and team management.
He is well experienced from developing and managing 250+ large scale projects with interactive digital experiences for high caliber technology companies including Google, Facebook, Microsoft, and Adobe along with top film studios not limited to Warner Bros. Pictures, 20th Century Fox, Paramount Pictures, Universal Pictures, Sony Pictures Entertainment, Walt Disney Studios, Lionsgate, and Netflix.
With a multitude of diverse skills and credits, he was inspired in 2015 to create and patent Zennect®, a platform to allow others like him to showcase their many talents in one place while leveling up their skills and credits with experience points. In 2003, he became a voting member of the Grammy Awards for his ownership of an independent record label releasing the first enhanced compact disc promoting musicians, music videos, and poetry. From 2003 to 2015, he produced 7 independent feature length films expanding his financing and scheduling skills. In 2007, he built Cinepix to empower independent filmmakers and major studios to be compensated for their films in what he copyrighted as the world's first online movie theatre. In 2017, he created Cinedapt®, a patent-pending adaptive film service which uses artificial intelligence to tailor a film specific to the viewer based on sense of humor and fears while including anti-piracy tracking.
He has a profound ability to recognize talent and potential which stems from his past in self learning. Beginning at the age of 7, he reversed engineered games on a Commodore 64 using BASIC; eventually, he was developing games, audio, and animations by age 11.
Having this self-taught determination has given him empathy to relate with and inspire others. He is a proven hands on, empathetic, and strategic leader with natural management abilities and a reputation of growing loyal teams.
Cinedapt, Inc. announced today that its "Whiteboard Challenge" pilot episode will exemplify Cinedapt's new film distribution business model set to end film piracy and expand originality in film-making.
The "Whiteboard Challenge" pilot episode is scheduled for a theatrical premiere on September 21 in Los Angeles followed by potential distribution as both a physical and digital release.
In 2020, the film will also be available on Cinedapt's new platform to showcase the core features of the service for investors and industry professionals to expand upon its abilities in preventing film piracy and providing customized content.
Cinedapt® is an adaptive film streaming service which provides a customized version of a movie tailored specifically for each person or group of people watching.
Dynamic content and effective scene variants are brought together through machine learning to present viewers with their most impactful and unforgettable experience in cinematic history.
The "Whiteboard Challenge" pilot episode was filmed to provide 36 major versions each with trillions of variants. The version seen in theatre on September 21 is a standard piratable version; whereas, the Cinedaptive® ones seen in 2020 will be tailored specifically for the viewer.
With new digital streaming services being announced regularly each offering nothing innovative or original, consumers will soon give birth to a new golden age of film piracy. Having more than twenty options for digital streaming and not being able to afford ten or more monthly subscriptions, viewers will be encouraged to pirate content thus increasing film piracy beyond its current loses of $50B per year.
Cinedapt® evolves the entertainment industry's current business model by providing a non-piratable and Cinedaptive® version of films. Instead of following the major studios' focus in pruning torrents and streaming services, Cinedapt® eradicates piracy at the source with its patent-pending anti-piracy technology.
To emphasize the company's initiative, a teaser trailer for Cinedapt's upcoming feature length film "Exolatry" will be shown at the premiere of "Whiteboard Challenge". "Exolatry" tells the story of an actress who exalts to fame as thousands of women with her name have been found murdered. The prime suspect is her idolizing ex while the name of the actress is someone very close to viewer of the film.
Each time a viewer watches a Cinedaptive® movie, a new experience will be delivered through machine learning and customized rendering of scene variants specific to the person or people watching.
In contrast to interactive movies and chose your own adventure style stories, Cinedapt® mutates the film seen by learning and adapting to the viewer with an intent on invoking an emotional response and delivering originality.
"Whiteboard Challenge," a tech talk show featuring software engineers, will showcase Cinedapt's core abilities in 2020 with the goal of acquiring funding to provide a more robust feature set for the production and release of "Exolatry".
Similar to "Whiteboard Challenge", "Exolatry" is intended for theatrical distribution with a piratable physical and digital release followed by a non-piratable and Cinedaptive® version exclusive on Cinedapt®.