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Tuesday, May 28, 2013

Covert Urban Ninja Warfare Rules The Streets Of Liverpool In The New Trailer For SHINOBI CODE


The Action Elite posted a new trailer today for an upcoming film that features an ensemble cast listing of award-winning, competitive freerunning athletes and martial arts performers called Shinobi Code from Airborn Entertainment. The film was an independent production and team effort led by prodigal student filmmaker, screenwriter and cinematographer Terry Cheung who directed the film a couple of years ago with no budget and a three man crew. With production now complete, only time will tell when the film will see an official release.

The film stars Liverpool-native Ryan Doyle, a veteran traceur and an international champion martial artist and freerunner who served as the film's co-editor, as well as the stunt/fight coordinator. Co-starring is Anthony Doyle and Jean-Paul Jesstiece who also co-wrote the screenplay and served as executive producers. Craig McGrath, Jack Lowry, Mark Slater, Del Ronan, Kevin Stokes, Gareth Taylor, Kingsley Ngenda and production designer Michael Purcell round out the cast.

SYNOPSIS:

Rayve is the leader of a modern day underground warrior clan, along with his team of exceptionally gifted individuals their primary aspiration is to relocate a mystical device known as the Shinobi Code which had been spoken of for generations.Standing in his way is a corrupt military official who plans to discover the secret of the device and turn it into a dreadful weapon, all that Rayve needs is to find it before the military do and avoid the black ops team who will stop at nothing to ensure their mission be accomplished.

Remember to subscribe to the film's official Facebook page for more info. And follow Ryan Doyle on Twitter.


2 comments:

  1. SERIOUSLY?!! NO ONE COMMENTED ON THIS BEAST OF TALENT??

    No. 1 Fan RIGHT here!! I'm SUPER excited on this. :D

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    1. It really looks like an excellent piece of film for a low budget production. I hope to be in touch with the director in the months ahead.

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