• April th' 16th - Finalists in
      NextTV Directing Talent Search

   • February th' 25th - Showing at
      Big Pond Adelaide Film Festival

   • October th' 18th - Watch the
      Webisode 2 Teaser Trailer!

   • October th' 24th - YouTube Play
      Finalist - in the Guggenheim!

This Aborted Earth is a darkly comedic animated epic composed entirely of vintage engravings. It is written, produced, directed and animated by Michael Banowetz and Noah Sodano, founders of Untimely Films. To contact, please visit untimelyfilms.com.

A veteran filmmaker, Michael Banowetz has earned numerous awards (Emmys, Tellies, Cine Golden Eagles, Teddys and more) for over 600 television episodes he has produced, directed, written, created graphics packages for, and/or edited. He also sold three feature length treatments and wrote seven screenplays, one optioned, another a finalist for the Nicholl Fellowship. Currently Michael is raising money for the feature film "Boulder," a dark comedy that one producer described as "Animal House" meets "A Clockwork Orange." To learn more, please visit michaelbanowetz.com.

Noah Sodano is an award-winning Colorado-based filmmaker and artist. His short film 'Revenge of the Luddite' won honors in the 2004 Flux Film Fest. His latest short film, "Yellow Top," is about a man trying to live his life as a bigfoot. His other projects include the comedy web series "Mr. Colfax". Noah has also exhibited painting, drawing and sculpture in numerous exhibitions in the US, Europe and the UK. Visit noahsodano.com for more.

Darin Foat (Actor, General Twer) graduated with a BFA in Film Production from the University of Colorado at Boulder, and studied voice acting at the Denver Center for the Performing Arts. In 2005 he shared the Opus Award for Best Vocal Performance by an Actor in a Radio Drama, awarded by the Open Stage Theater Company in Fort Collins, Colorado. When not getting paid to talk with his mouth full, he is an Associate Producer at High Noon Entertainment. He enjoys beer, samurai movies and staring thoughtfully into the distance.

Paul Rohrer (Actor, St. Gluestick) is a veteran of film, television and stage, since 1971. He has been awarded the honorable CLIO award and has totaled over 400 industrial, commercial and feature film and video projects. Besides a professional career in acting for stage and the camera, Mr. Rohrer is nationally recognized for his public speaking and directorial skills for both public and private enterprises. Mr. Rohrer can be heard on his weekly internet radio program, 'The Roaring Success Radio Hour', an hour of industry news, entertainment and discussion at CastleRockRadio.com. Please visit actorwriter.com for more.
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