- March 21, 2014
-- Wayne Schotten and Wild Strawberry Films are proud to announce their project, “Drones, Clones, and Pheromones.”
This theatrical feature explores the global rise of battling forces of culture that are enforced by religious moral fervor, as well as the panic of superior brains and bodies of advanced human clones. The teenage protagonist, Felix is a radically experimental boy with DNA who possesses both frightening and coveted abilities towards individuals who possess secret information about him. “Drones, Clones, and Pheromones” is a buddy film with the journey of discovery between a member of homosapiens and also a member of homoperfectus, the successor species of homosapiens. This is the first part of The Supremacy Project. It is a well-scripted movie feature.
Wayne Schotten, the director of the movie has been in the film industry since the 1960’s. He worked for different studios in the Los Angeles area and later moved to San Francisco to start his company, Wild Strawberry Films.
Wayne Schotten has also worked on documentaries. His latest documentary, Swan Lake in Bronze” filmed artist Misha Frid in making a sculpture, in honor of the 150th anniversary of the Saint Petersburg Conservatory of Music in Russia. The film detailed the creative process of the sculptor along the way as he built the sculpture from start to finish.
The Supremacy Project is a fully integrated, entertainment package comprised of motion pictures, television programs, computer games, as well as publications. It is based upon the screenplay “Drones, Clones, and Pheromones” written by Wayne Schotten, David Tolemy, and Steven Vilendrer. As an original story, all rights pertaining to it and their descendants and derivatives reside with Wild Strawberry Films.
The television series, “Supremacy”
is a spinoff of the film, “Drones, Clones, and Pheromones.”
It explores the characters and depth of the film’s storyline. With “Felix and the Ancient Ones,” the story continues with clone families dispersing and hiding from their enemies. Felix is the powerful and gifted savior, but the challenge will be for him to overcome himself. With the second season of Supremacy, the series will explore “Felix and the Ancient Ones’ as well as “Alexander Son of Felix.” GenoStorm is a made for TV prequel that is released between the promotional theatrical release and the major full release to the theaters. With the theatrical feature, Alexander, Son of Felix, delves deep into the future to a time in which the social order of the world has disintegrated into extreme factionalism, and covered in self-interest. Felix pursues the cause for peace through his son, Alexander, who is more radically experimental and difficult than him. The third season of Supremacy and beyond involves a continuation of the story for as long as the fans support it. Wayne Schotten has an extensive experience in production with over 20 years of paid positions as a director, editor, writer, cinematographer, actor, production supervisor, gaffer, sound recordist, and grip. He also has a wide array of experience in feature films, short subjects, as well as documentaries. He was worked in the film industry since the 1960’s.Wild Strawberry Films was founded by Wayne Schotten. The production company is focused on creating entertainment that not only aspires to have quality, but also to have creativity and meaningful substance. They aspire to create stories that are well-told and also inspire personal growth and move individuals towards creating a better world. This production company is also concerned with giving back to the community, with looking into ways of donating a portion of the earnings from their projects to non-profit organizations that are making a positive difference meeting people’s needs and making life better for the needy and abused.