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HACKATHON

CODE or DIE

SCI-FI THRILLER [75 MINUTES - LIVE ACTION] The 404 is real. The 404, a hacker-terroist group, has a quest for world dominance through world enlightenment. The 404 ranks are populated by famous hackers who faked their deaths. There only mantra, "Invisibilium Mortem". An unsuspecting programmer gets caught in the 404 crosshairs when he hacks their annual recruiting, Hackathon.

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GAMEBOYZ

WIN or DIE

SCI-FI THRILLER [75 MINUTES LIVE- ACTION/3D ANIMATION] A kid walks into a retro video game store and discovers a rarely played video game in its day, Gameboyz. The video game based on the aquistion of telecommunications modules ( cell phones, sateliitles, video games, TV, internet, power grids, etc) is based on the real life crime syndicate that controls the telecommunication networks, and the money laundering within. After years of obscurity the game, Gameboyz has become a huge success, and now the crime syndicate wants the game to "go away" because of the unwanted attention. They track down the leak/ in their organization and force them to play the game, Gameboyz. Win or die.

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Hackathon - 404


Code Or DIE!
A hacker-terrorist group the 404 recruits programmers through bizarre ritualistic Hackathon events.

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Gameboyz 1.2


Who's Gaming Who?
A retro video game, actually based on live characters and events, has huge consequences for the designers and gamers, when the real life participants find out about the game they force the creators to play the game, win or die.

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Hackathon - Agent Delia


Living Under The Dome
Agent Delia, of the NSA, has been investigating the emergence of the Hacktivist group, The 404, for years. Her investigation has given her more questions than answers.

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Gameboyz - Where's Mario?


Who's Gaming Who?
Mario's world, is a world of gangsters, gambling, video games, and drugs. He's one of the best underground pro gamers in the world.

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