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September 6, 2011 AT 12:00 am

Blade Runner Convention Reel (1982)

One of the Blade Runner Convention Reels featuring interviews with Ridley Scott, Syd Mead and Douglas Trumbull about making Blade Runner universe. This 16 mm featurette, made by M. K. Productions in 1982, is specifically designed to circulate through the country’s various horror, fantasy and science fiction conventions.


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3 Comments

  1. Thanks for this, it’s terrific!

  2. Set 40 years in the future – that’s just 10 years to go!

  3. Thanks so much for posting this, it was great to see what went on behind the scenes at the filming of perhaps the best sci-fi motion picture ever made to date…let’s hope that the sequel/prequel that is in the works lives up to its predecessor. Watching Blade Runner as a young boy inspired me, and probably many others, to pursue careers in technology and robotics. I hope Adafruit continues to post items like this which emphasize the importance of science fiction in inspiring the next generation of scientists, engineers, and roboticists. The artists, writers, and cinematographers are a key component to our technological advancement, envisioning the technological dreams that we as engineers are inspired to build and implement.

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