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"Probably the single most amazing aspect of 405 is that this film was not created by an army of special effects artists. It was not a project that took years to complete. And it did not cost a million dollars to create.
In fact, 405 was created by just two people, in only three months, with the only expense being their time and personal home computers.
Bruce Branit and Jeremy Hunt are visual effects artists currently using their skills for various television shows, commercials and feature films. All of the visual effects seen in 405 were created solely by the two. It was a process that took over three months of nights, weekends and any spare moments that could be found. In addition, Bruce and Jeremy also filled the roles of camera men, editors, compositors and sound effects editors. 405 is their first independent project together.
Bruce Branit is an Emmy nominated visual effects artist who has worked in film and television for six years. He has worked as a supervising animator on Star Trek: Voyager and Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. Other credits include Spawn, Devil's Advocate and visual effects supervisor of the TV movie G-Saviour. Bruce is originally from Kansas City.
Jeremy Hunt is a native of Southern California who has been working in the visual effects field for three years. He has worked as a supervising animator on The X-Files and the space battle sequence for the hit Backstreet Boys video "Larger Than Life." His other credits include Star Trek: Voyager, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Seven Days and G-Saviour. His first memory is seeing Star Wars at the age of three. Go figure."