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Deus Ex: Human Revolution Live-Action Short

Posted on March 25, 2014 at 11:55 pm by Justin Cavender

Deus Ex: Human Revolution

Dcode Films and Machinima present Deus Ex: Human Revolution, a live-action short based on the hit video game from Square Enix. This amazing stylized short was written and directed by Moe Charif, founder of Dcode Films. I would argue he captured the game’s magic and intensity in a nutshell and then blew that shell wide open with awesome effects true to what’s expected from the Deus Ex universe.

The 12-minute short throws us right into the thick of things with Megan Reed (Liannet Borrego) being held captive by the Illuminati. Adam Jensen, played by Moe Charif, arrives in style to save the day and lays waste to several armed guards. Things are kicked into high gear when Yelena Fedorova (Shayna Nicole E’orio), an augmented assassin, joins the fun.

Check out the video and let us know what you think of the Deus Ex: Human Revolution live-action short. We’re sold and hope to see a follow up in the near future.

Moe Charif – Bio

Moe graduated with honors from the University of Florida in 2003, earning his Bachelor’s degree in Visual Arts. Immediately following graduation, he set out to pursue his lifelong dream of film-making. With an eye for photography, Moe started with small projects and short films until he directed and produced “Never Winter” in 2008; a 30 minute Fantasy Drama. The film was screened at over 40 film festivals worldwide, garnering critical acclaim, nominations, and awards for the young Director.

Moe founded Dcode Films and began taking on commercial projects. His career has taken him to over 30 countries and 50 cities. To date Moe has directed projects for global brands such as Turner Broadcasting, TNT, Ritz Carlton, Epson, Royal Caribbean, Machinima, HTV and Bridger Conway.

Moe focuses a great deal on all aspects of film-making. He is intimately involved in the brainstorm and writing process for the films he directs, as he firmly believes that “at the core of every great film, is a great story”.

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Source: Machinima

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