Protocol 734 Now Available On Video On Demand

Protocol 734 Now Available On Video On Demand

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Protocol 734 was recently awarded Best Action Sequence Feature. Where will you be, and how could you possibly respond in the hours just prior to and during a nuclear war? In the event of a nuclear war, specialized cells of operatives have been trained and conditioned to prepare the retrieval of important members of society, then evacuate them to an underground facility. The nowhere town of Barlow soon becomes very much somewhere in Protocol 734.

Protocol 734


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Directed/Produced/Edited/Shot/Written by Richard Benter

Twitter: @richbenter

Associate Producer: Gregg Arnold

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Sound by Ryan Vogel

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Behind the Scenes Photos by Herberta Schroeder

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Shawn Eric Jones (Alliegiant)

Twitter: @shawnericjones

Jenny Hutton (Pleasure)

Twitter: @jennyhutton

Joe O’Dell (Identified)

Twitter: @actorjoeODell

Gregg Arnold (Drafted 2035)

Twitter: @gheadicus

Martyn Hale (Coldwater)

Twitter: @realmartynhale

Ashlee Prentice

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Stevie Boi (Cabin The Story)

Twitter: @StevieB0i

Cat Roberts (Star Trek Continues)

Twitter: @IDatedFabio 

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