‘Bygone Behemoth’ tells the story of a washed-up movie monster reliving his halcyon days.

In an age where computer graphics are all too prevalent, the film is a nostalgic tribute to the work of Ray Harryhausen, Willis O’Brien, and numerous other forgotten wizards. Like the Behemoth itself, the film needs stop-motion to exist; It seeks to capture the ephemeral quality of a dying art form.

2 Responses to “About The Film”

  1. Hello! The trailer is just great! We are screening an evening of short films in February and wondered if “Bygone Behemoth” would still be available for a festival screening. If so we would love to see a screener!

    Thank you so much!

    Helen Stephenson
    Executive Director
    Prescott Film Festival
    P.O. Box 2731
    Prescott, AZ 86302

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