DRAGON AGE: DAWN OF THE SEEKER - WRITTEN BY JEFFREY SCOTT

Emmy-winning writer Jeffrey Scott gives a sneak peek of his latest feature writing project, Dragon Age: Dawn of the Seeker.

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•  SNEAK PEEK!  •

©2010 EA International

A Blood-Curdling CG Anime Feature

Directed byFumihiko Sori

Written by Jeffrey Scott

Earlier this year I had the pleasure of working with Chris Moujaes, the Director of Original Entertainment at FUNimation Entertainment, and producer April Bennett on the Electronic Arts / Bioware CG anime feature film, DRAGON AGE: DAWN OF THE SEEKER.

Chris and April are a fabulous creative team and an absolute pleasure to work with. We had a lot of ‘bloody’ fun developing the Dragon Age video game into an action and emotion-packed film story. Adding to the powerful creative team were Mike Laidlaw, lead designer at Bioware, and renown Japanese director, Fumihiko Sori (nominated for the 'Best Director' prize at the Japanese Academy Awards for his directing debut, Ping Pong).

DRAGON AGE: DAWN OF THE SEEKER is a fully CG-animated motion picture produced in partnership with T.O Entertainment and Electronic Arts, scheduled for a March 2012 release.  It’s based on the best-selling Dragon Age video game series.

I’m not at liberty to tell you much about the story at this point.  But I can tell you it features a sexy, kick-ass female lead who is a “seeker” (a barbaric version of police internal affairs) investigating a conspiracy in a world of dragons and magic.

And I can show you a video teaser and some production art.  Just click on the image below.

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“I can't say it enough - we've really enjoyed working with you on this amazing project and truly appreciate your professionalism and creativity! Your work is excellent and we're certainly planning to invite you to work with us on our future projects. I'm certainly glad I bought your book a few years ago, that's for sure - and you'll be flattered to know that we often measure our other writers against our experience with you.” —Chris

I'll post more news about the film when it becomes available.

©Jeffrey Scott, All Rights Reserved

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