Private Project


Gabriel a brave spy for hire gets involved in a mission where a freaky accident send him to a dystopian future where a group of rebels is trying to liberate the earth from the corporation that now owns it.

  • David Xarach
    Stunt Games, Destierro, The House of the Smoking Guns, The Bro Pact, Atardeceres
  • David Xarach
    Stunt Games, Destierro, ¿Nos Casamos?
  • David Xarach
    Stunt Games, Natalie, Destierro
  • Dani Medina
  • Dani Medina
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  • Alexander Caballero
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  • Tatsiana Bolé
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  • Pepe Batista
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  • Paul Ydennek
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  • Mike Santana
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  • Dany Ramos
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    14 minutes 59 seconds
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    January 15, 2015
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    200 USD
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Director Biography - David Xarach

The writer-director of Stunt Games has written, directed, and edited several short films, music videos, for more than 10 years, and also produced the 2008 Youtube Project Direct worldwide finalist short film Natalie. His directorial debut with a Feature film was Stunt Games, an action packed film made almost with no budget.

After a successful short run through several festivals, competing with films with thousands of times its budget, Stunt Games was internationally released in 2011, getting a great success from the public, and achieving more than 100,000 views through the just released service, in just a couple of weeks. In 2012 David Xarach moved to Los Angeles, where he has been working on and developing multiple projects for film and TV.

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Director Statement

Corporation: Earth started as a lucid dream I decided to turn into film.

I picked this project as my next film because after moving to Los Angeles and working on my next feature films I went through two years fighting with investors / finances and dealing with the most boring part of the movie business.

So I decided that I needed to be a "director" again and and go back to my roots and have fun shooting something with no budget/no crew, just me and some friends, having fun doing what we love the most.

There's a very important energy that you need to keep going as an artist, and that energy is what most call "Passion", without it, there's no soul to your products, and you become another piece to the "Hollywood" system, mostly reigned by numbers.

Film was born out of artistry and passion, and the necessity of telling stories. Film is not about computer algorithms predicting box office success, or about bankers choosing which project they green-light next.

Film is an entertainment business, but to entertain, you need to engage your audience, and for that you need to transmit passion through your work.

For me Corporation:Earth is a search for a passion almost lost, and through this film, I was able to recover it and I hope it shows to the audience, and that you all enjoy the film.

David Xarach