Tyranny (TV series)

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Tyranny
Tyranny
Genre Drama
Political thriller
Science fiction
Created by John Beck Hofmann
Directed by John Beck Hofmann
Starring John Beck Hofmann
Olga Kurylenko
Bitsie Tulloch
Kieren van den Blink
Mikael Forsberg
Mimi Ferrer
Sarah Coleman
Sasha Townsend
Aric Green
Enrico Piazza
Kurt Hargan
Nathan Marlow
Steve Collins
Sam Durrani
Jay Lewis
John Burton Jr.
Composer(s) Silasfunk
Mimi Page
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 22
Production
Producer(s) John Beck Hofmann
Location(s) Prague, CZ
Tokyo, JP
Istanbul, TR
Paris, FR
Geneva, CH
Cairo, EG
Playa del Carmen, MX
Svalbard, NO
Stockholm, SE
San Francisco, CA
New Orleans, LA
New York, NY
Washington, DC
Cinematography Silas Funk
Garret Baquet
Running time Varies (4–8 minutes)
Production company(s) Weatherman Films
Distributor KoldCast TV
YouTube
Release
Original channel KoldCast TV
Original release March 11, 2010 (2010-03-11)
External links
Website
Production website

Tyranny is an American drama and political thriller web series that premiered on March 11, 2010 on KoldCast TV.[1] Written and directed by John Beck Hofmann, the series is centered on a man who, after volunteering for a neurological experiment at UC Berkeley in 1999, finds himself having visions of a troubling future and must understand what the visions mean before that future comes to pass.[2]

Hofmann has said that the movies Twelve Monkeys, The Game, Manchurian Candidate, and Kafka were influences on Tyranny.[3]

Characters[edit]

  • John Beck Hofmann as Daniel McCarthy
  • Olga Kurylenko as Mina Harud
  • Bitsie Tulloch as Alex Hubbard
  • Kieren van den Blink as Isabelle Lorenz
  • Mikael Forsberg as Pavel Novak
  • Mimi Ferrer as Myra Ripley
  • Sarah Coleman as Ariel Huckster
  • Aric Green as Ethan Chambers
  • Sasha Townsend as Demas Hunter
  • Enrico Piazza as Dr. Jacob Malik
  • Nathan Marlow as Special Agent Holden
  • Steve Collins as Edson Cross
  • John Burton, Jr. as Dr. Lloyd Freeman
  • Sammy Durrani as July Ripley
  • Victor Holstein as Jack Diamond
  • Jay Lewis as Malcolm Storz

Awards[edit]

Tyranny was accepted as part of the official selection of the Geneva International Film Festival, November 2010.[4] The series also received four 2010 Indie Intertube Award nominations for: sound design, soundtrack, best looking show and best thriller.[5][6]

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