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The Jungle
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Auteurs & Scénaristes : Andrew Traucki et James Michaël Vernon.
Black Water
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Andrew Traucki and Damien Walshe-Howling - Red Carpet IF Film Awards 2010
The Reef
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Andrew Traucki and Damien Walshe-Howling - Red Carpet IF Film Awards 2010

Black Water

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  • Andrew Traucki: They were all fantastic. Working in a swamp for 3 weeks, I didn't want any prissy actors that were going to be complaining about mud and the conditions. These guys were so solid. In my eyes they are all stars!

    Andrew Traucki: They were all fantastic. Working in a swamp for 3 weeks, I didn't want any prissy actors that were going to be complaining about mud and the conditions. These guys were so solid. In my eyes they are all stars!

  • So today is Cinema Sauce’s ABCs of Death day with various Director interviews being published over the next few hours. First up is Andrew Traucki. His debut feature film was a great new take on the killer croc movies with his unique trademark carried across in the follow-up , turning his hand from crocodiles to great white sharks. The third film in this nature trilogy, going by the name of , is now completed and almost ready for release. Before that though, Andrew directed the “G is for Gravity” segment in The ABCs of Death and he was kind enough to speak to us to answer a few questions about both of his upcoming releases.

    Andrew Traucki: I can honestly say that to me this is the first croc film that isn't cheesy and stupid. I watched a lot of croc films researching and they all suffer from really bad looking crocs, usually unbelievable animatronics or CGI. Terrible plots. In other words they are unbelievable. is constantly praised for being realistic, scary and hard hitting. Just look at the reviews on . It delivers.

    Sujet: Re: The Reef (2010, Andrew Traucki)   Dim 8 Mai - 17:38

    Strappado a écrit:
    Hey je viens de le voir, sympa sympa tout ça !

    Est-ce que les requins sont bien fait?

  •  Sujet du message: Black Water (Andrew Traucki & David Nerlich - 2008)
    Posté: 16 Juil 2008, 19:00 

    Andrew Traucki: I can honestly say that to me this is the first croc film that isn't cheesy and stupid. I watched a lot of croc films researching and they all suffer from really bad looking crocs, usually unbelievable animatronics or CGI. Terrible plots. In other words they are unbelievable. is constantly praised for being realistic, scary and hard hitting. Just look at the reviews on . It delivers.

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Andrew Traucki: Well I got chased by a 12-footer on land! Luckily he was a bit tired and the wranglers managed to get him before he got me. No other mishap was as dramatic as almost have a croc eat your $20,000 camera for lunch but the week was very dramatic because we were never sure we had the footage we needed! How many crocs did we use, about ten.