Local Orlando filmmakers fall in love with Fallout game series

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It's about to get post-apocalyptic up in here! With the release of video game Fallout 4 on the horizon, it looks like some local filmmakers have turned their fandom into reality by crafting a few wicked creations to celebrate the radiation-ridden paradise. 

Up first is fan-film Fallout Florida by YouTube Channel/Production Company, TheBigCitySendOut. It imagines what the Sunshine State would look like in the wake of the horrible events that rocked the Fallout universe. 




Up next is The Southeastern Commonwealth, a teaser for a brand new web series loosely based on Fallout Tactics 2 — it's in collaboration with some of the folks from the Fallout Florida trailer above, but is crafted by another group of Orlando filmmakers headed by Frank Bowen. We're really looking forward to seeing how this one develops!


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