Intellectual Property (film)

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Intellectual Property
IP poster.jpg
Directed by Nicholas Peterson
Produced by Nicholas Peterson
Martin Berneman
Written by Nicholas Peterson
Hansen Smith
Starring Christopher Masterson
Lyndsy Fonseca
Music by Jasper Randall
Cinematography Nic Sadler
Edited by Nicholas Peterson
Peter Devaney Flanagan
Running time 81 min.
Language English
Budget $500,000

Intellectual Property is a 2006 film starring Christopher Masterson and Lyndsy Fonseca with Bryan Cranston. It was written, produced and directed by Nicholas Peterson.

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An eccentric genius is forced to confront the consequences of his own madness in this independent drama.

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Intellectual Property was shot entirely on (or just outside of) one sound stage at Santa Clarita Studios in California. Unusually for a low budget independent film, all scenes were shot on specially constructed sets. This was made possible by recycling sets left over from previous productions at the studio.

The film was photographed on Fuji Eterna 500 stock, using an ARRI SR III Super 16mm film camera with Elite Prime lenses. Editing was achieved using the Apple Final Cut Pro system. Digital Intermediate facilities were provided by iO films in Hollywood, who scanned the Super 16mm negative, color corrected the images and transferred them via the Arrilaser to a Kodak 35mm intermediate stock. Prints were made by the Fotokem laboratory.[citation needed]. The film was later released under the name Dark Mind.

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