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Post by Dan @ 10:28am 15/05/12 | 7 Comments
As promised, Ubisoft have released Ghost Recon Alpha, a 25-minute short film created to promote the upcoming Ghost Recon: Future Soldier.
Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Alpha boasts a line-up of top Hollywood talent. The film was directed by Academy Award winners Hervé de Crécy and François Alaux, who won an Oscar in 2010 for Logorama, and produced by Rhea Scott for Little Minx, a Ridley Scott & Associates company. Tim Sexton, 2010 Academy Award nominee for Children of Men, and Gregory Pruss wrote the gripping script.

The film was shot by District 9 cinematographer Trent Opaloch; edited by Pietro Scalia, two time Academy Award winner for Black Hawk Down and JFK; with sound effects and sound effects editing by Per Hallberg, two time Academy Award winner for The Bourne Ultimatum and Braveheart as well as Michael Mann’s Heat; production design by Jan Roelfs (Gattaca, Alexander; and costume design by Sammy Sheldon (V for Vendetta, Kick-Ass, X-Men: First Class, Black Hawk Down). Military Weapons Specialist Harry Humphries, consultant on such notable action films such as Transformers, Thor, Iron Man and Armageddon, ensured that the futuristic weaponry in the film was entirely realistic.
You can watch the film in its entirety below (or here on our HD video page).

Ghost Recon Future Soldier is due on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 on May 24th 2012, with PC to follow on June 14.













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Garai
Posted 11:18am 15/5/12
awesome
joerocket10r
Posted 01:27pm 15/5/12
that was awesome
dazzalus
Posted 05:35pm 15/5/12
Wow!
E.T.
Posted 09:28pm 15/5/12
like
HERMITech
Posted 08:25pm 17/5/12
That should be a movie in it's own rights
Tollaz0r!
Posted 08:43am 18/5/12
Yup worth the watch for sure.
Sc00bs
Posted 11:24am 18/5/12
that was awesome... just that 25min snippet was better than half the recent movies ive seen
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